Japanese illustrator Okabe Tetsuo created two original Taiwanese postcards.
In front of the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, the cat is happy to play the music "The Concert under the Clear Sky", and together with the cat, paints the night view of the Taiwanese representative - Pingxi Skylight, Taipei 101, and the traditional temple "Happy Night", all visiting teachers in Taiwan. Happy memories are put into the picture.
The back of each card is also the same, pay attention to see 喔♪
/ Product specifications/
Size: 14.7 cm x 10.5 cm
Material: Bamboo tail TAKEO picking paper 233G
Packing: OPP bag
Packing: OPP bag
Origin: Taiwan (the same material and printing method as the original Japanese factory)
/ About the artist Okabe Tetsuro /
Born in Japan in 1966. Illustrator. Graduated from the Sangze Design Institute. A member of the Japan Graphic Designers Association (JAGDA). Engaged in a variety of different areas of design such as advertising design, book design, packaging design, lifelong to make cat role postcards and related stationery. Many times I have worked with well-known brands such as Mos Burger, Mitsukoshi Department Store, Shiseido Cosmetics, SUNTORY Beer, SAPPORO Beer, etc.
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/ About Okabe Tetsuro's Cat /
The pet cat raised in childhood, inspired by the cat's cute reaction, expression, and mysterious habits, was inspired to start working on cat postcards for 15 years.
/ About the design concept of postcard /
The elements that often appear in this series of postcards, such as music symbols, piano, red wine, love, rainbow, flowers, home, stars, and the sun, all represent joy, blessing, love, hope, happiness, comfort, dreams, reconciliation. The image symbol and the important message received after getting the card. In addition, each postcard has a different design on the back that corresponds to the front theme, allowing people to savor the taste of the illustration when writing addresses or messages on the back.