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SARU
The monkey is a paradoxical character in Japanese culture and Shinto mythology: he is cunning and clever in some tales yet lustful and roguish in others — a foil to the more generous and stable aspects of human nature. Sometimes he is representative of greed while other times acts selflessly as a messenger of the gods. The monkey is a restless soul above all else and a mirror for man to examine his own existence. In Saru, the monkeys depict innumerable temperaments, catching them in moments of fearlessness, compassion and mischief.
printed on:
non-woven paper
width:
27″
length:
approx. 11yds
repeat:
13 1/2″h x 9″v
minimum order:
1 roll
details:
ASTM-E84
damp sponge

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