Leiko Ikemura Die Cut Postcards – Set Of 2
These postcards are die-cut around the edges to celebrate two bronze sculptural works by Leiko Ikemura, as part of her first UK exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre: Usagi in Wonderland.
Usagi, meaning ‘rabbit’ in Japanese, is a recurrent mystical motif in Ikemura’s work, representing rebirth, fertility and renewal. Her bronze sculpture, Usagi Kannon (Rabbit Bodhisattva of Mercy), will stand in the Sainsbury Centre Sculpture Park from autumn 2021, providing a place of refuge to visitors wishing to shelter beneath its generous skirt.
Sold as a set of 2, 1 of each design.
Printed on high quality 400gsm Card
Trees Out Of Head approx 119 x 136mm
Usagi Kannon approx 86 x 185mm