Spider-Man in the Ukiyo-e Tradition, 2017

by Ken Shiozaki (born 1972)

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Spider-Man in the Ukiyo-e Tradition, 2017 by Ken Shiozaki (born 1972)

Original Ken Shiozaki (born 1972) Japanese Woodblock Print
Spider-Man in the Ukiyo-e Tradition, 2017

Comments - Great woodblock print depicting Spider-Man crouching on the tiled roof of a Japanese building with a full moon in the night sky. This Marvel copyright image was designed by Ken Shiozaki, and carved and printed in the manner of traditional ukiyo-e woodblocks on washi paper handmade by Ichibei Iwano, who has been designated a Living National Treasure by the Japanese government. It comes in a small windowed viewing folder with a separate text panel in Japanese. A rare collectible design we've never seen outside Japan.

Carver - Saeko Baba
Printer - Hirokazu Tetsui
Washi paper - Ichibei Iwano (Living National Treasure)
Publisher - Eye Up Co., Ltd.

Artist - Ken Shiozaki (born 1972)

Image Size - Print 6 7/8" x 2 1/4" + margins as shown; folder 8 5/8" x 4 1/8"

Condition - In pristine condition as issued. Mounted with tape at top center edge of print to folder by the publisher.

Spider-Man in the Ukiyo-e Tradition, 2017 by Ken Shiozaki (born 1972)
Spider-Man in the Ukiyo-e Tradition, 2017 by Ken Shiozaki (born 1972)