This is an 11″ x 14″ risograph print of a Vietnamese dragon descending into Ha Long Bay.
It’s said that in ancient Vietnamese, Ha Long means “descending dragon” which originates from a legend of this beautiful land.
The legend goes that when the country was newly formed, the Vietnamese had to fight against fierce invaders coming in from the north through the sea. In their time of need, The Jade Emperor sent the Mother Dragon and her children to earth to help the ancient Vietnamese people defend their country.
Due to the nature of risograph printing, each print will vary slightly from the displayed image. No two prints are exactly the same which is why we love this print method.