"Brain Dead" by AKIHITO - Limited Edition (Med size)

$130.00

"Brain Dead" Original artwork by AKIHITO (links and complete Biography below)

Working with AKIHITO was a great experience, we wanted to create and ornate gothic artwork to give homage to his incredible creation "Brain Dead", that is available as a sculpture too.

Here are some links to AKIHITO social media:

Official Website
Facebook Page
Instagram Page
Twitter

This is a very limited edition of only 30 pieces, signed and numbered.

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SIZE: 11.5 x 7.5 x 5/8 inch (290 x 190 x 16 mm)

MATERIAL: Alder wood

Frame not included (you can ask for it)

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CUSTOM MESSAGE:
We offer the possibility to customize your poster on the rear with a custom message, this will make your poster unique and is perfect for a gift !

HOW DOES IT WORK?
Just select “CUSTOM MESSAGE" and then simply write me your customization text “in quotations EXACTLY how you’d like it to read” in the Notes section of checkout!

*** Please keep your customization under 10-12 words ***
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Biography of AKIHITO

Akihito was born in the Fukuoka prefecture in southern Japan. When he was young he appreciated horror movies, creatures, and the fantastic. He constructed unique creations from the images he saw. Growing up, Akihito’s parents strictly emphasized schooling and lessons over play and toys. This pushed Akihito toward more imaginative outlets and he created Gundams, cars, and creatures using materials he had at hand such as bamboo, clay, paper, and tape.

As his skills matured he began to be interested in special makeup effects. In 1997, 1998, and 2000, Akihito won first place in TV’s Champions’ Special Effects Make-up King competition. 1998 was a busy year for Akihito, at that time he won the Avante Garde make-up competition at the IMATS (International Make-up Trade Show) held in the United States. He produced an original special make-up effects fashion show in Tokyo. Also he was the main designer for the “Ultraman Cosmos”, a show similar to "Power Rangers”. Ultraman is one of the most famous character's in Japanese television history.
He has worked as a key artist and sculptor on a great number of films but most notable and recent are “Guardian of Galaxy vol2, “Jurassic world”, “Transformers”, “The Hulk”, “Alien vs. Predator Franchise”, “Alice in Wonderland”, and worked on the Academy Award winning “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe”.

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