20 April 2017 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image

I designed this piece for “Design Koi-nobori," held at Roppongi Midtown.

(Koi-nobori is the name for carp-shaped flags used to celebrate Kids Day in Japan)

This triangle pattern is a traditional Japanese design, called Uroko pattern.

It is said to avert bad things. In my design I tried to create an image of a swimming carp that is powerful and energetic.

[Period] May 3(Wed) - May 7 (Sun) May be cancelled in the event of bad weather

[Location] Midtown Garden, area alongside Sakura Avenue

[Charge] Free

[Held By] Tokyo Midtown

There are no comments on this creation yet.

You can log in to post a comment.

About Daisuke

Daisuke Yajima

I'm an art director in Tokyo, Japan

2016 Started working as an independent art director.

See full profile

Welcome to Canvas Tokyo

Canvas is an online network for Tokyo's creative community. It's a place for professional and amateur creatives to show their skills, make new connections and find work.

Sign up to Canvas