Huan- Chinese myth: a cat with one eye and three tails. It was said if you wore its skin that you would be cured of jaundice.

Huan- Chinese myth: a cat with one eye and three tails. It was said if you wore its skin you would be cured of jaundice.

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Uniqlo commissioned us to create a series of illustrations for their OMIYAGE range of t-shirts. Omiyage is the Japanese word for 'souvenier' and the range is inspired by different countries and cities across the globe.

Chair strip with auspicious patterns (one of a pair), Qing dynasty (1644–1911), 18th century  China  Tapestry-woven (kesi) silk and metallic thread

One of a Pair of Chair Strips with Auspicious Patterns

Chair strip with auspicious patterns (one of a pair), Qing dynasty century China Tapestry-woven (kesi) silk and metallic thread METMUSEUM.

Jones, Owen, 1809-1874. / Examples of Chinese ornament selected from objects in the South Kensington Museum and other collections. (1867)

Jones, Owen, / Examples of Chinese ornament selected from objects in the South Kensington Museum and other collections.

Li Hui - Chinese watercolour painting of Long Mu , mother of dragons? Or Long Nu, daughter of dragons?:

Li Hui - Chinese watercolour painting of Long Mu , mother of dragons? Or Long Nu, daughter of dragons?

Qiong Qi- one of the "four evils" in Chinese mythology. He is known as the "eater of the virtuous souls" he disdains virtue and celebrates the stubborn and violent man

Qiong Qi- one of the "four evils" in Chinese mythology. He is known as the "eater of the virtuous souls" he disdains virtue and celebrates the stubborn and violent man

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