For the bold and daring, this darkly toned piece is perfect for an adventurous take on your interior design. If wow factor is what you are looking for in a statement piece, look no further. This print is sure to be admired for years to come!
Water marbling is an ancient art form called Suminagashi or “floating ink” that began in Japan during the 10th century. Around the 15th century, another form of marbling called Ebru or “clouds on water” evolved in Turkey and Pursia. Kim leverages traditional Ebru techniques with her own flair to create stunning digital patterns and designs. Some are created on canvases, wood panels, and paper; including colored, music and other recycled papers with type.
Below are the included files. No physical product will be shipped to you; this is a digital download and is available shortly after purchasing. Logo will not appear on purchased files.
Zip file with a high-resolution 300dpi JPG
- 2x3 ratio file: 4x6 in, 6x9 in, 8x12 in, 10x15 in, 12x18 in, 20x30 in, 24x36 in.
- 3x4 ratio file: 6x8 in, 9x12 in, 12x16 in, 18x24 in.
- 4x5 ratio file: 4x5 in, 8x10 in, 16x20 in, 40x50 cm.
- International size file and 5x7 in: A5, A4, A3, A2, A1, 50x70 cm.
- file: 11x14 in.
Digital images give you the freedom to customize the size, mounting, framing, and printing. This image can be hung vertical or horizontal to fit any space. These digital images also make amazing notebooks, coffee mugs, and clothing.
Colors may vary depending on your computer and the print source you choose. Image may be altered due to the ratio and size you choose to work with. As a reminder, no physical product will be shipped to you; this is a direct digital download.
By purchasing these digital images, you agree to use this for personal use only. If you are an interior designer or company purchasing these digital downloads to use in a client’s house, or for branded items, please use one purchase per client, contact, and project. All sales on digital art are final.
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