2024 welcomes the Year of the Dragon! Usher in the Lunar New Year with our curated selection of framed art prints, tote bags, phone cases and more. Find the perfect gifts for your loved ones featuring unique designs embodying the strength, nobility, and fortune that the dragon traditionally symbolizes. Wish your friends a Hoppy New Year and celebrate in style.

FEATURED ARTIST DESIGNS

Lunar New Year Gifts & Art

Framed Art Print
by Jason Raish
$109.00$81.75
Art Print
by Minifanfan
$20.00$14.00
Carry-All Pouch
by STUDIO MORE
$65.00$48.75
Tote Bag
by Peachy Lemons
$30.00$22.50
Framed Art Print
by artyguava
$90.00$67.50
Art Print
by Michael C. Crane
$24.00$16.80
Art Print
by Jenn X Studio
$20.00$14.00
Art Print
by hksala
$20.00$14.00
Stationery Cards
by Tasiania
$17.00$15.30
Coffee Mug
by Kelly Gilleran
$23.00$20.70

Jason is a freelance illustrator based in New York City who teaches illustration at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). His hyper-realistic and colorful illustrations have an incredible attention to detail with playful and imaginative concepts.

"In Asia dragons are viewed as benevolent creatures associated with rain and agriculture, amongst other things. They bring the greens we love to eat. I don't see the aspect of agriculture used with the dragon that often so I wanted to use that as my inspiration since we have a rooftop vegetable garden here in Brooklyn that's connected me more with the food we eat. We eat a lot of Korean ssam bap (stuff wrapped in various lettuce leaves) so I've populated the art with stuff like red leaf lettuce, chicory, ggaennip, etc. Korean dragons generally have 4 claws, Japanese 3 and Chinese 5. Dragons are made up of many kinds of animals, many of which are other zodiac animals, but it varies depending on who you talk to and here are some examples: the head of camel, eyes of a rabbit, claws of a hawk, nose of a pig, ears of a bull, horns of a stag, feet of a tiger, and the body of a snake. I imagined the dragon bringing the rain that nourishes our greens, and watches over the garden. 새해 복 많이 받으세요 sae-hae bok man-i ba-deu-se-yo means please receive a lot of new year luck in Korean. I will be in my 50s by the time I've illustrated another 12 yr zodiac animal cycle, that's crazy. May your 2024 be like a dragon, and if it does rain, you will grow that much more from it. There is also a version without the Korean typography because not everyone who celebrated Lunar new year is Korean or wants that on their art. Happy new year everyone."

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Art Print
by Made by Yi
$20.00$14.00
Wrapping Paper
by Daniel Bevis Design
$25.00$22.50
Art Print
by Quilimo Studio
$20.00$14.00
Coaster
by Annalaia Designs
$25.00$22.50
Art Print
by Linh Tran Do
$20.00$14.00
Art Print
by Minifanfan
$20.00$14.00
Art Print
by Michael C. Crane
$24.00$16.80
Art Print
by Carey Copeland
$21.00$14.70
Art Print
by Doodle Schmoo
$20.00$14.00
Acrylic Tray
by Lansing O'Leary
$55.00$49.50
Art Print
by Jen Du
$41.00$28.70

Felicia Chiao is an illustrator and industrial designer living in the Bay Area. She creates all her work traditionally using markers and toned paper. As a fine artist she has exhibited in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Philadelphia, and New York City as well as published her own book. As a commercial illustrator she has worked with the likes of Dirtybird Records, A24, Spin Master, Universal Music, and the Magic Puzzle Company.

"My parents celebrated Lunar New Year growing up, but largely I really only knew it as a holiday with good food and red envelopes (filled with money). I started drawing this Lunar New Year's series back in 2017 when it was the year of the rooster (my year) and I've found it's been a really lovely way to learn new things about the stories and beliefs behind the new year celebrations."

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Art Print
by Felicia Chiao
$29.00$20.30
iPhone Case
by Jennifer Ladd
$28.00$19.60
Poster
by Larissas Art Studio
$25.00$17.50
Art Print
by Andrew Haimerl
$20.00$14.00
Travel Mug
by showmemars
$44.00$39.60
Art Print
by Christina Luka
$20.00$14.00
Art Print
by napiks
$22.00$15.40
Framed Art Print
by Dorian Legret
$60.00$45.00
Art Print
by hksala
$20.00$14.00
Art Print
by I Touched a Bee
$21.00$14.70
Tote Bag
by Jen Du
$37.00$27.75
Art Print
by Daisy Shop
$20.00$14.00

Artist, Joyce Lay Hoon Ho—aka Arty Guava—lives and works in Vancouver. Memories of her childhood in Malaysia, nature, and dance are just a few sources of inspiration recognisable throughout her work. Featuring vibrant flowers, celebratory poses, and animals moving freely through the wild, her joyful designs are sprinkled with a hint of fantasy and convey a buoyant lust for life.

"The Lunar New Year holds a cherished place in my heart, symbolizing renewal. In my childhood, it meant donning new clothes, deep-cleaning the house, receiving red packets, stuffing my face with mandarin oranges and savoring elaborate dishes exclusive to the celebration. It was a family affair, with everyone contributing to the feast. Our annual Lunar New Year traditions were like a well-oiled machine, providing immense comfort. However, as adulthood led us to different countries, our routines evolved. Yet, no matter where we are, we make it a priority to celebrate the Lunar New Year together. The specifics may change, but the enduring comfort of home, where family gathers, remains constant."

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Art Print
by drawmedenis
$44.00$30.80
Art Print
by Quilimo Studio
$20.00$14.00
Tote Bag
by Kierkegaard Design Studio
$30.00$22.50
Art Print
by Kris Choi
$20.00$14.00
Coffee Mug
by Tony Magner
$22.00$19.80
Art Print
by Jason Raish
$31.00$21.70
Travel Mug
by Minifanfan
$40.00$36.00
Stationery Cards
by Minifanfan
$15.00$13.50
Coffee Mug
by Caroline Bonne Muller
$24.00$21.60
Art Print
by Larissas Art Studio
$20.00$14.00
Art Print
by YuYstudio
$20.00$14.00
iPhone Case
by apricot+birch
$29.00$20.30