THE DYBDAHL CO | Koi Fish #4800 | 30cm x 40cm

£15.00 £30.00


Koi love

The words "koi" and "nishikigoi" come from the Japanese reading of Classical Chinese words "common carp" and "brocaded carp" respectively. In Japanese, "koi" is a homophone for another word that means "affection" or "love", so koi are symbols of love and friendship in Japan.

Printed with Japanese archival ink on a matte Hahnemühle paper in The Dybdahl Co. workshop outside Copenhagen, Denmark. 

The print will be delivered protectively packed in a cardboard tube. No frame is included.

Item no. 4800


In its multi-disciplinary design studio outside Copenhagen, The Dybdahl Co designs and produces prints and posters based on original images found in rare books and hidden in galleries, archives, libraries and museums. All images are printed on high-quality canvas or paper using Japanese archival ink.