此食 | 此客 (about this meal) Rubber Stamp
此食 (cǐ shí) - this meal/food | 此客 (cǐ kè) - this person/guest
What and with whom did I have this meal?
Homophones are two or more words that have the same pronunciation, but different meanings. The word "此食 (cǐ shí) 此客 (cǐ kè)" sounds the same as the word for "此时此刻 (cǐ shí cǐ kè) - at this moment“.
Food is a universal language and universally brings people together. It is also a gesture of love shown to people we care about whether it is a simple breakfast every morning, on sunny Sunday afternoon, at a birthday party, a wedding, any special occasion or just a meal on an ordinary day. Sometime a meal is an expression of ourselves where we just want to eat something, both happy and sad.
I would like to remember this meal that I am having with you.
This wooden rubber stamp features a minimalist design of some descriptions of item purchased, used or collected.
You could use this rubber stamp on your journal pages for visualising and keeping records of your meals, about what you had and who you the meal with. At the same time great for adorning your journal entry or any other occasion.
Each piece of rubber stamps is assembled by hand with care and attention to details.
This rubber stamp series is inspired by the section where the name(s) of author, illustrator and/or translator is/are printed on the front cover or the spine of a book (usually found on Chinese or Japanese book covers). The name(s) is/are could be put before, after, top or bottom of the words "文 (written by)" and "图 (illustrated by)".
Size: approx. 3x2.2cm; 3x1.5cm
Designed by SOM Studio
Made in Malaysia