Yoseka Quick Brown Fox and Lazy Dog Ink Stamp
As a continuation of the Yoseka Stationery Zoo theme, this Fox and Dog Ink Stamp is designed for ink collectors, animal lovers, and more! Inspired by the English pangram "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog", which is commonly written down during ink swatching, this design depicts an ink bottle circled by a leaping fox and a drowsy dog. Use this rubber stamp with an oil-based ink pad to swatch your ink colors, and then it will match the cute sentence perfectly!
Created by Authan at Yoseka, the Fox and Dog Ink Stamp is part of the Yoseka Stationery Zoo Collection. The Yoseka Stationery Zoo is an imaginary world where you can find Yoseka team members working as zoo keepers, and are accompanied by whimsical stationery animals. The Stationery Zoo Sticker and Yoseka Stationery Zoo Tote Bag are also available in this collection.
- Design Dimension: 2 x 1.7 in (50 x 45 x 25 mm)
- Stamp Dimension: 2 x 1.7 x 1 in (50 x 45 x 25 mm)
- Material: Maple Wood, Rubber
- Made in Taiwan
- More Yoseka Special Projects
About Authan Chen:
Authan Chen is an illustrator and visual artist who creates art through digital medium, as well as painting with acrylics on canvases. His illustrations are inspired by surrealism, nature, and mythologies, and hopes to bring the viewers to another fantasy world in his paintings. He uses soft, pastel colors and sinuous shapes in his paintings, and aims to blend the line between reality and the fantasy world. You can also find his art works in galleries in New York City, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Taipei, as well as other cities around the world.
Yoseka Special Projects:
At the beginning of 2022, we set our goal for the year to be the creation of special projects with each of our team members that we could share with our customers. Over the next few months, we announced the release of these items. From Jane’s Yoseka Museum Postcard/Pencil Board to Ashley’s Note Writing Pad to Christine’s Fountain Pen Bookmark, every detail of each of these products was thoughtfully planned. Our main motivation for these special projects was to encourage our team to use their creativity, which we wanted to share with you all, and we are proud that we have gotten to a place where we are able to devote some of our resources during each work day to creation, design and experimentation. Read more about Yoseka's Special Projects here.