Silk screen "Saba Road"
"Saba Road" is a general term for roads that connect Demachiyanagi, Kyoto, to Obama City, Fukui Prefecture. It was a distribution route that mainly transports fish and shellfish to Kyoto. In recent years, the Saba Kaido has been thriving with lively events across prefectures. Hideki Kimura also participated in the visual design.
The original picture drawn as the symbol is finished in a full-scale silk screen work. It expresses the lustrous greenness peculiar to mackerel.
* The transparent acrylic on the frame is removed when shooting.
|Year of production||2021|
|Edition||50 * What is an edition?|
|Sign||Hideki Kimura's autograph and edition number on the back of the forehead|
|size|| Gold: W57.0 x L39.0cm (frame outside size) |
Ash: W56.4 x L38.5cm (frame outside size)
|Weight|| Gold: Approximately 1500g |
Ash: Approximately 1300g
|Forehead specification|| Gold: Width 19mm, Thickness 30mm / Wooden (Gold foil finish) / With acrylic / black mat |
Ash: Width 15mm / Thickness 22mm / Wooden / With acrylic / white mat
|State of work||Good|
|Delivery period||Usually ships within 3-5 days|
|Special notes||come with a box|
You can choose the frame from gold / ash.