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Festoon of the East by Nat Kunyapat

Festoon of the East by Nat Kunyapat

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This reinterpretation offers a fresh perspective on Jan Davidsz de Heem's iconic work, Festoon of Fruit & Flowers, seen through the eyes of a South East Asian individual. This region is known for its abundant variety of fruits and flowers, each bursting with vibrant colours and forms. The spectrum of shapes and vivid hues appear boundless—from a juicy watermelon, a ruby-red pomegranate, glossy pink rose apples, fragrant jasmine, and the delicate chrysanthemum holding deep cultural meanings. The colours and scents attract insects to feast on and pollinate the festoon. Butterflies flutter around, showing off wings decorated with Chinese fans, Thai bamboo fans, and Phi Ta Khon (Ghost Festival) masks, representing the different cultures in South East Asia. Along with local insects; the beetle, dragonfly, caterpillar and ants.

Artwork inspired by:

Festoon of Fruit and Flowers by Jan Davidsz de Heem (c. 1660–1670)

Art Print Details:

Giclée Fine Art Print (SGD 300)

Limited edition of 100, hand-numbered, unframed
Comes with Certificate of Authenticity
310gsm Textured Fine Art Paper (100% Cotton, Acid-Free, Archival)
42 x 59.4cm (A2)

Digital Art Print (SGD 80)

Open edition, unframed
29.7 x 42 cm (A3)

Artist Bio:

Nat Kunyapat is a visual designer and illustrator based in Bangkok, Thailand. Her work focuses on the appreciation of nature through delicate, vivid, and peculiar visuals.


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