Fine art print – Hoshigaki

A still life photography from the Frantzén book of Hoshigaki.

Text from the book:

Dried fruits, of all kinds, are delicacies in the Middle East and eastern Asia. 

In Japan, there is a tradition of picking ripe Hachiya persimmons in the winter: they are carefully peeled, tied up in strings, and allowed to dry for a week. Then they are giving a daily massage until the desired consistency is achieved. We decided to honor this tradition. And also to let them hang in our open kitchen for everyone to see, almost like bright orange lights in winter darkness. Used in desserts, they are a sweet seasonal surprise when cut or shaved thinly.

 

Details

  • Photo: Martin Botvidsson & Stefan Gissberg
  • Size: 50x70mm
  • No Frame
  • Printed on Hahnemühle Studio Enhanced 210 gsm
  • Printed on demand (2 weeks delivery)

 

1,450.00 SEK

 

Description

A still life photography from the Frantzén book of Hoshigaki.

Text from the book:

Dried fruits, of all kinds, are delicacies in the Middle East and eastern Asia. 

In Japan, there is a tradition of picking ripe Hachiya persimmons in the winter: they are carefully peeled, tied up in strings, and allowed to dry for a week. Then they are giving a daily massage until the desired consistency is achieved. We decided to honor this tradition. And also to let them hang in our open kitchen for everyone to see, almost like bright orange lights in winter darkness. Used in desserts, they are a sweet seasonal surprise when cut or shaved thinly.

 

Details

  • Photo: Martin Botvidsson & Stefan Gissberg
  • Size: 50x70mm
  • No Frame
  • Printed on Hahnemühle Studio Enhanced 210 gsm
  • Printed on demand (2 weeks delivery)

 

Additional information

Weight 1 kg

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