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20 wabisabi hand drawn lace elements

I'm so happy to present Wabi Sabi hand drawn lace elements.

Wabi sabi is an ancient aesthetic philosophy rooted in Zen Buddhism, particularly the tea ceremony, a ritual of purity and simplicity in which masters prized bowls that were handmade and irregularly shaped, with uneven glaze, cracks, and a perverse beauty in their deliberate imperfection.

This pack is delicate, beautifully imperfect and hand drawn to give that wobbly uniqueness.


  • 20 PNG files - Solid/Reversed
  • 20 PNG files - Line
  • 1 layered PSD with all 20 solid & 20 line elements
  • 1 AI CC - All 20 solid & 20 line elements
  • 1 AI CS2+ - All 20 solid & 20 line elements
  • 1 EPS8+ - Solid elements
  • 1 EPS8+ - Line Elements

I hope you enjoy this pack of goodies.

As always, I'd love to see what you do with these! Please share your creations with me on IG @zoe_ingram

Thank you for looking and buying!

Zoë xo

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