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Merchandise for December '05

The manhole cover that expressed pleasure of silence.

Replicas
5Y01 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (225mm X 225mm)


The gourd that did not tell me the reason.

Replicas
5Y02 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (186mm X 186mm)


The iron ring that told me the future.

Replicas
5Y03 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (300mm X 300mm)

Merchandise for November '05(HOME/Top)

The canna that showed her delight.

Replicas
5X01 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (208mm X 208mm)


The fig that told me his question about me.

Replicas
5X02 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (224mm X 224mm)


The bivalve that gazed at far dark space.

Replicas
5X03 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (213mm X 213mm)

Merchandise for October '05(HOME/Top)

The oyster that showed his surface layer.

Replicas
5901 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (220mm X 220mm)


The beetle that told about Nirvana.

Replicas
5902 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (135mm X 135mm)


The artificial flower that told about his significance.

Replicas
5903 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (133mm X 133mm)

Merchandise for September '05(HOME/Top)

The snake gourd that told quietly about his history.

Replicas
5801 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (240mm X 240mm)


The oil drum that told about his passion for his history.

Replicas
5802 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (167mm X 167mm)


The lotus flower that told about his surface layer.

Replicas
5803 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (190mm X 190mm)

Merchandise for August '05(HOME/Top)

The wood that tried growing mushrooms first in history.

Replicas
5701 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The artichoke that got sulky first in history.

Replicas
5702 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The onion that swam across the Pacific Ocean first in history.

Replicas
5703 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (180mm X 180mm)

Merchandise for July '05(HOME/Top)

The persimmon flower that got angry first in history.

Replicas
5601 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The dahlia that felt sad first in history.

Replicas
5602 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The mulberries that dozed off first in history.

Replicas
5603 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)

Merchandise for June '05(HOME/Top)

The lotus root that the human race ate tasty first in history.

Replicas
5501 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The pumpkin that the human race ate tasty first in history.

Replicas
5502 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The abocado that the human race ate tasty first in history.

Replicas
5503 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)

Merchandise for May '05(HOME/Top)

The green that the Italian painter Giorgio de Chirico saw for the first time in his life.

Replicas
5401 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The green that the Dutch painter Mondriaan saw for the first time in his life.

Replicas
5402 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)


The green that the Russian painter Kandinskii saw for the first time in his life.

Replicas
5403 \20,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (200mm X 200mm)

Merchandise for April '05(HOME/Top)

The water that the Middle Ages Italian painter Raffaello drank through his nose at 5 years old.

Replicas
5301 \4,000 (25 ml in the bottle)


The water that the Spanish painter Goya drank through his nose at 8 years old.

Replicas
5302 \4,000 (25 ml in the bottle)


The water that the Middle Ages Spanish painter El Greco drank through his nose at 10 years old.

Replicas
5303 \4,000 (25 ml in the bottle)

Merchandise for March '05(HOME/Top)

The data that deleted by the evil spirit has been living in the Antarctica since early in the 17th century.

Replicas
5201 \4,000


The data that deleted by the evil spirit came from the Venus in the end of the 10th century.

Replicas
5202 \4,000


The data that deleted by the evil spirit came from the Mars in the end of the 12th century.

Replicas
5203 \4,000

Merchandise for February '05(HOME/Top)

The paper that the evil spirit came from the Uranus early in the 19th century entered into.

Replica
5101 \4,000 (80mmX80mm)


The paper that the evil spirit came from the Saturn in the end of the 18th century entered into.

Replicas
5102 \4,000 (120mmX120mm)


The paper that the evil spirit came from the Neptune early in the 20th century entered into.

Replicas
5103 \4,000 (180mmX180mm)

Merchandise for January '05(HOME/Top)

The brown leather that the Belgian painter James Ensor used.

Replica
4Z01 \4,000 40mmX40mm


The foods that the Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama ate in 1524.

Replicas
4Z02 \12,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (120mmX140mm)


The berries picked up in the quiet morning.

Replicas
4Z03 \4,000 (a bunch) 40mmX50mm

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