Mr. Riceman – the legend of how it began. In the early nineties there was a craze that lasted around 10 years. It began in the Caribbean and on the roads of travellers all over the world.
The art of rice writing is ancient and practised by many over the millennia. Some say it began in Anatolia with the Sufis. Others say it began in India with saddhus or Holy men.
There are also stories of it being practised by Shaolin monks and Zen masters in China and Japan where rice is the staple food of billions. Mr. Riceman learned this art in 1994. He locked himself in a hotel room on Burghersdorp for 3 days and nights with a few kilos of rice.
His aim was to write the Lords prayer which had 374 letters on a single grain of rice. After three days he managed to write it in 2 grains of rice and gave up. But from that moment on he continued to write names on rice and preserving them in small containers or mini bottles.
This passion gave him the means to travel all over the world. Today he still writes on rice and has taught many others to do so.
Mr Riceman offers you today your name on a grain of rice or any custom design through earthoceans.org.
There are many options to carry your rice grain with you.
Some see it as a lucky charm. Some see it as a sign of love for another. And some see it as a beautiful item to wear. We offer your name or names on a grain of rice as a bracelet, a necklace or precious keepsake.
Today there are grains of rice in museums or art collections all over the world. Some have been preserved for hundreds of years and are still legible.
Mr. Riceman will write your name today and ship it off to you wherever you are. Prices include shipping.
Be sure to write your requests in detqil to email@example.com when you place your order. Mr Riceman writes in any script and in any language in the face of the planet.
Each piece will be handmade according to your specifications.
Standard rice bracelets are given standard prices. Special orders will be extra. This keepsake will be more valuable over the years than even diamonds and gold.
A ricegrain has priceless value. It is not just any souvenir when written by a rice master. Get yours today whole you still can!