Purchase Bape Ape Head Pop Abc Camo Green UltraGiclée Print by Tomotatsu Gima Artwork Limited Edition Print on SIHL Ivory White Matt Paper Graffiti Pop Street Artist.
2023 Hand Numbered Limited Edition of 300 Artwork Size 22x22 Bape 30th Anniversary Collection With COA
Tomotatsu Gima, a prodigious artist rooted in the picturesque landscapes of Okinawa, Japan, has charted an inspiring journey that intricately blends Japanese and American animation influences, as well as nuances from contemporary art. The fusion of these elements birthed what Gima coined as "POP COLLAGE." Within this art form, Gima employs upcycled cardboard boxes as his canvas, creating a medley of vibrant prints and globally-recognized logos. It's not just the aesthetic appeal of his art that captivates the audience, but also its underlying ethos. Firmly dedicated to eco-conservation, Gima ensures that every fragment left from his creations finds its way back to recycling processes. The genesis of his artwork is also noteworthy: the erstwhile contents of these cardboard boxes lay the groundwork for his themes, integrating symbols of renowned international products, echoing both familiarity and novelty. In celebration of Bape's 30th anniversary, Gima has manifested his exceptional talent in the "Bape Ape Head Pop Abc Camo Green UltraGiclée Print." This limited edition—restricted to a mere 300 hand-numbered pieces—sits grandly on SIHL Ivory White Matt Paper, measuring a noteworthy 22x22 inches. As part of the Bape 30th Anniversary Collection, this artwork not only stands as a testament to Gima's brilliance but also commemorates a brand that has defined street fashion for three decades. For aficionados of pop art, street art, or graffiti, Gima's creations serve as a testament to the future of artistic evolution while honoring their cultural past.
Hailing from the mesmerizing island of Okinawa, Japan, Tomotatsu Gima's upbringing was deeply influenced by a diverse blend of Japanese and American animation, as well as modern art. He developed a distinctive art style known as "POP COLLAGE," which utilizes upcycled cardboard boxes as a backdrop for his striking combinations of logos and colorful prints. With a focus on eco-friendliness, all remnants from his artistic endeavors are recycled. The contents once carried by these boxes serve as the foundation for the themes in his pieces, integrating recognizable global products.