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Kanagawa Rim

by Doaly
Go big or go extinct
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Bold iconic design with a monstrous twist
High quality printing
Available framed or unframed
Important Information:
Please place your order by the 21st of December for UK orders and by the 3rd of December for international orders if you would like your order to arrive in time for Christmas.

Please allow approximately 1-3 working days for manufacture. Delivery times vary, see more information on Direct Despatch products.
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Description
It looks like Godzilla, but due to international copyright laws – it's not.

It's in fact a 'Kaiju' from Pacific Rim. A monster blockbuster that by all accounts is a modern-day recreation of the classic Godzilla films. Graphic design gugu Doaly has taken one of the most iconic woodblock prints of all time "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" by Katsushika Hokusai and proudly mixed in a colossal beast from an inter-dimensional portal.

This striking and instantly recognisable print is available framed or unframed and is a stylish piece of artwork for fans of emblematic Japanese art and movies involving humongous monsters.

More info
  • Made to order, high quality giclée digital print on 230gsm matte paper:
    • Small prints measure 20.5cm x 29cm (Approx. A4)
    • Medium prints measure 29cm x 42cm (Approx. A3)
    • Large prints measure 42cm x 59cm (Approx. A2)
  • All prints include a 3mm wide white border for framing
  • Framed versions are hand-made and feature a 3cm raised mount:
    • Small frames measure 29cm x 37.5cm
    • Medium frames measure 37cm x 49.5cm
    • Large frames measure 51.5cm x 69cm
  • Cushions are made to order from a luxurious polyester, finished by hand and measure 44cm x 44cm x 15cm
Customer reviews
"A good price for the size of poster along with the frame. Subject matter was perfect for my friend who loves both Godzilla and Japan."
Luke - 4th of February, 2015