Painting, Spray Paint on Canvas
Size: 15 W x 17.9 H x 0.8 D in
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A stencil art by a Japanese artist, snAwk. The work is from 2013. (According to Wikipedia) Yukichi Fukuzawa was a Japanese author, writer, teacher, translator, entrepreneur and journalist who founded Keio University. He was an early Japanese civil rights activist and liberal ideologist. His ideas about government and social institutions made a lasting impression on a rapidly changing Japan during the Meiji Era. He is regarded as one of the founders of modern Japan. Today, he is known most for appearing on the current 10,000-yen banknote and has been compared to Benjamin Franklin in the United States. snAwk -Stencil Artist Born and raised in Japan. Graduated Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design (Vancouver, CANADA). Bachelor of Fine Arts. Currently lives and works in Japan. Heavily influenced by pop art, street art, and punk culture, snAwk's works embrace fine details of hand-cut stencils, rawness of spray paints, and addictive colour scheme. Having a sense of “nostalgic modernity” and inspirations from imported/exported cultures, as he has been “re-imported” to Japan after graduating an art school in Vancouver, his works provide multifaceted perspectives. website: http://snawk.web.fc2.com/
Painting:Spray Paint on Canvas
Size:15 W x 17.9 H x 0.8 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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