Chinese Shar Pei Onesies
Looking for the perfect Shar Pei Ugly Christmas Sweater graphic design for the upcoming holiday season? This sweatshirt features a funny Shar Pei dog graphic wearing a Christmas costume and doing the popular dab dance. A cool way to show the world the Shar Pei lover you are! This sweat-shirt makes a great Christmas gift for kids, adults, family, friends or Shar Pei owners.
Tags: shar-pei-gift, shar-pei-funny, christmas, christmas-sweater, dabbin
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A Chinese classical coin also known as ’’Cash’’ They were a type of coin. It was used in China and some area’s in East Asia from the 4th century till the 20th century. They were cast for the first time during the warring states period. They were also used in Imperial China, the Mongol rule and the Manchu rule. The final coins were cast during the early year of the foundation of the Chinese Republic. This is a custom version of the coin. If you love the Chinese coins then this is the right design for you.
Tags: coin, money, china, cash, chinese
This unique design features the flag China on a beautiful butterfly. The flag contours to the details in the wings and curves around the body of the butterfly giving it a realistic look. The edges of the wings are painted black which frames the Chinese flag inside of the pattern. This wonderful flying creature is a perfect combination of nature and patriotism.
Tags: natural, nature, butterflies, patriotism, butterfly-flag
The word: ’’Hope’’ written in Hanzi (Chinese). If you’re fill of hope or you’re have the lack of it then this might be the design right for you. Hope is a optimistic attitude of the mind. wich is based of expectation of positive outcomes of various aspects and events.
Tags: illustration, art, hong-kong, urban, asian-culture