Dillisk

Dillisk

78.00

DILLISK:

Seaweed Collection.

Bring the sea home; A collection of botanical prints inspired by clear bright mornings seaweed foraging in the ice cold waters of the Atlantic. Hang as a set or make a single bold statement. Crisp, elegant shapes are softened by delicate color variations. Each print is made of paper by the Japanese Factory in Tokushima, Japan, where they have been making washi papers for eight generations. Dillisk Print on Washi Paper

Materials: Water based inks on 50g Handmade Japanese washi paper with deckled edge.

Size: 52 x 43cm. Fits our Medium Hanging Frame.

Color Tone Range: Deep Cadmium and Red Umber with bright flashes of Blue Ocher and Rubin Red.

Detail: One of our earliest and still most popular prints.

Each print is made by hand in our studio on the west coast of Ireland.

Ink color tone variations are unique to each print.

Hand signed and dated by the printmaker.

 

Designer: Superfolk, 2015. Launched at DesignMarch Reykjavik.

As featured in House and Gardens and at Formex Stockholm by stylist Tina Helleberg.

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Learn More About Dillisk (Palmaria Palmata)

Dillisk (Palmaria Palmata) also known as Dulse, Dilsk or Creathnach grows along the the low tide line on rocky exposed shores and is easily identified by its maroon coloured leathery fronds. Hand picked and left to dry in the wind, it makes a salty chewy snack that pairs well with dark ales and stouts. Alteratively try Dillisk Kimchi or add flavour to potato dishes (dillisk champ), boiled and pureed like a laverbread, or to make a dillisk dashi (a Japanese style soup stock). Dillisk is traditionally eaten as a snack in Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, Greenland, Norway and the Faroe Islands and is an excellent source of dietary iodine.