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IXXI is printed on high-quality synthetic paper with a matte finish. The cards are 0.33mms thick, do not warp and are water and UV resistant. Your IXXI is custom-made quality.

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IXXI is available from € 29,95 (40 x 60 cm / 6 cards). The price of your IXXI is instantly shown in the first step of the design tool. Shipment starts at € 3,95 and your IXXI will be home delivered within 3 - 5 working days!

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With IXXI you can easily create your own personal wall decoration in any size you want. This high-quality product, consisting of cards and connectors, offers endless possibilities in images, shape and size. Affordable - ánd Dutch - Design! Check out our story here.

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  • Nomination Dutch Design Award 2010
  • Winner European Design Award 2018
  • Nomination German Design Award 2019
  • Winner Dutch Interactive Award

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The story behind: Kimonos from the Rijksmuseum

Each month, we select an image from IXXI's collection and tell you more about it Simply because it's an image that appeals to lots of people, or because it's particularly beautiful, or because it has a story that everyone would like to know. This month, it's the Kimonos from the Rijksmuseum. These two patterns with flying cranes are guaranteed to steal the show.

These colourful patterns come from Haoris: another word for the traditional kimonos that were made in Japan and worn exclusively by women. Haoris were characterised by the family's crest that was used as a flower motif (hanabishi) on the damask, a fabric woven from silk using a special technique. The cranes in flight on this kimono were painted on by hand. That's why the colours graduate so gorgeously from dark to light and the contrast is clearly visible. The glittering gold embroidery is the perfect finishing touch. Sadly, the artist is anonymous. We don't know who designed these stunning kimonos, but it's estimated that they were made at the beginning of the 20th century.

Kimono's

The white origami cranes are symbols of helpfulness and gratitude. This comes from a Japanese fairy tale in which a boy rescues a white crane from a tree. The boy is rewarded with a gift: a special kimono that will bring him great wealth. The crane is also a Japanese symbol of peace. The symbolism meant that these kimonos would have been worn with great pride.

Another interesting fact: a kimono's colour and decoration say something about the age and marital status of the woman who wears it. For example, kimonos lined in red were worn by married women. And the more ornate the kimono's decoration, the older the woman who wore it. So the kimono is a status symbol that is worn with great pleasure.

Eastern influences are increasingly popular in fashion and interior design. Warm colours form the basis while patterns give a feeling of movement. It's no wonder that cranes are a hot item these days!

Can't decide which one you like best? These patterns are also available in double-sided versions. Because this IXXI is printed on both sides, you can quickly and easily change your wall decoration with the seasons. Curious about the rest of our new collection? You can see it here!