Product Description

I like Chinese Calligraphy, I like doing Tai Chi clothing business, I wanna put them together. Here is the new service I create is that we provide Tai Chi clothing, Kungfu uniforms with handwritten Chinese Calligraphy.

We start brush painting for you with Chinese Calligraphy Xingshu, can do whatever you want, such as 太极 (Tai Chi), 道 (Daoist), 平衡 (Balance), 阴阳 (Yinyang)…

Of course we can also make them to be framed or scrolled if you want a Chinese calligraphy artwork with painted on paper.

Here is the instruction about Xingshu.
Xingshu (running hand or semi-cursive script) was something between Lishu (the regular script) and Caoshu (the cursive scripts) in the initial period and now is between Kaishu (the standard script) and Caoshu. No matter which type, when carefully written with distinguishable strokes, the Xingshu characters will be very close to the regular style; when swiftly executed, they will approach the Caoshu. Chinese masters have always compared with vivid aptness the three styles of writing — Kaishu, Xingshu and Caoshu — to people standing, walking and running.

Xingshu is a writing style looser than regular style. This style was created by Liu Desheng in the reigns of Emperors Huan and Ling of the Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD). At the very beginning, it was called Xingya, and later on became an independent form.

Xingshu is considered more abstract and artistic. Writing Xingshu characters is done more quickly than Kaishu but executed with no less care. Xingshu is not as messy as Caoshu, nor as neat as Kaishu. In general, it is convenient and highly practical for writing.

Masterpieces of Xingshu include Preface to the Orchid Pavilion Collection by Wang Xizhi, which was reputed as No.1 Xingshu Work. Unfortunately, the original was not handed down, and the one we see today is only a copy of the original work. Due to the high level of the copier, the copy retains the beautiful, neat style.

Famous Xingshu calligraphers included Cai Xiang, Su Dongpo, Huang Tingjian and Mi Fu in the Song Dynasty (960-1279), who were called Four Masters of the Song Dynasty. In the Ming (1368-1644)) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties and modern times, many calligraphers good at Xingshu came into being.