Yukiko Noritake



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Yukiko Noritake, a Japanese illustrator based in Paris since 2015, expresses in her works a unique sensibility shaped by her journey between Japan and France. Inspired by nature, travel, everyday life, and shades of color, her illustrations are imbued with delicacy, poetry, and elegance and have quickly conquered the world of French illustration.

During the grape harvest, Yukiko captured various memories of the Beaujolais region's emblematic places, fusing them into a unique landscape. An orange light stretches far into the valley, illuminating the picturesque villages with their centuries-old churches. Among the vines, grape-pickers bustle about, carefully harvesting the ripe bunches, while the leaves begin to take on the shimmering hues of early autumn. This vast fresco celebrates the arrival of a season of abundance, when the harmony between man and nature takes on its full meaning.



This decor consists of two panels (A and B), each 78 inches wide and up to 129 inches high, which are connected in an alternating way to create infinite decors. The panels are cut into four 19 inch wide strips.

Available on non-woven paper (lightfast, paste the wall, washable, dry-tearable) or High Performance Contract (scrubbable and impact resistant, PVC free).

✁ Also available in a bespoke version.


➢ Visual simulation on a photo of your wall
➢ Adhesive for non-woven paper 


Ships within ten working days and delivery in two to four days depending on the country.

Please consult and follow the hanging instructions.
Be aware that non-woven paper is not totally opaque. 
In case of dark or colored wall please apply an undercoat or a liner.

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© Photography: Bertrand Limbour/House of Pictures

Designed and printed with care.

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