The Dragon-Chinese Zodiac Print
“My dragon is inspired by my first trip to the Forbidden City in Beijing and seeing the Nine Dragon Wall. He has 5 talons; tradi=onally only dragons painted for the emperor or high nobility had these. I also paid careful aNen=on to the placement of my dragon as it is considered bad luck to have a dragon facing downwards”
As the symbol of Chinese culture, the dragon represents authority and good fortune. It has the 5th position among the Chinese Zodiac animals.
People born in the year of the Dragon are powerful, kind-hearted, successful, innovative, brave, fearless, healthy courageous and enterprising.
Birth years: 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
Lucky Numbers: 1, 6, 7
Lucky Flowers: Bleeding Heart Vine, Larkspur
Lucky Colours: Golden, Silver, Yellow
Famous Dragons: Bruce Lee, Benedict Cumberbatch, Adele, Salvador Dali, Placido Domingo, Signmund Freud, Robin Williams, Martin Luther King, Florence Nightingale, John Lennon, Joan of Arc
- Size of Printed Image: 30cm X 21cm (A4 Size)
- Size of Paper: 33cm X 24cm
- Digital Archive Print UNFRAMED
- 170gsm Awagami Handcrafted Japanese Paper
Chris Chun is an Australian Chinese artist and award winning textile designer based in Chiang Mai, an artistic community that thrives on a sensory kaleidoscope of its 700 year history. Scattered with temples and lush forests, this charming town hugs the banks of the Ping River providing an idyllic, peaceful place to create. Chris is inspired by the beauty of nature and all its infinite charms. His art has found a spiritual resonance with fans all over the world. Chris also licenses his designs with a select group of companies worldwide and his art can be found on various products including cards, stationery, textiles and ceramics.
Expected delivery with 25 days