Last Waltz 420 - By SHOHEI

Last Waltz 420


Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle German Etching 310g
Edition of 50 Signed & Hand numbered
(Prints available at the Gallery / Few prints available online)
Printed by Zigame
345 × 637mm

*An original drawing technique: ballpoint pen

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Last Waltz 420
Here is your last smoke. Chinese characters that are used in the Japanese writing system on the Kimono stand for 420.

Born in Tokyo in 1980. Working mostly in ballpoint pen, Shohei Otomo’s insightful depictions of Japan expose both its commercial facade and deepest underground culture. Delivered with an unmistakable level of biting political analysis and technical perfection, Shohei’s work straddles the worlds of art, graphic design, anime and punk.
Son of the legendary Katsuhiro Otomo the prolific author and illustrator who has shaped so much of Japanese culture with titles such as AKIRA, Shohei’s work takes his fathers legacy into the next generation.




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