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Pacifica Island Art uses an environmentally-friendly Unryu Japanese rice paper made by the Awagami Factory in Tokushima, Japan. Unryu, which translates to 'cloud dragon paper' in Japanese, features long strands of kozo fiber and is made from natural mulberry and hemp fibers using traditional Japanese Washi techniques - ABOUT THE ARTIST - PETER EWART (1918-2001) In his commercial work, Peter Ewart was noted for dynamic designs and illustrations in posters that caught the eye and inspired the imagination. During the 1940's and 1950's, he became one of Canadian Pacific's major artistic contributors. In 1940, the poster Sports d'Hiver marked the beginning of a seventeen year working relationship in which Ewart designed twenty-four posters and two serigraphic prints for the Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian Pacific Airlines. These travel posters were displayed throughout the country and abroad as part of a long-lasting and highly effective advertising campaign for the 'World's Greatest Travel System', and one of Canada's iconic corporate institutions. After taking a two-year correspondence course in commercial illustration, Ewart enrolled in the Commercial Illustration Studio of New York City. It was a momentous year, as it opened him to new ways of seeing and thinking, and to a myriad of new possibilities.
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