Lady Snowblood (Meiko Kaji)

Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_2
Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_3
lady-snowblood-kaji-meiko-1.jpg
Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_4
Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_1
lady-snowblood-kaji-meiko-2.jpg
lady-snowblood-kaji-meiko-3.jpg
Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_2
Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_3
lady-snowblood-kaji-meiko-1.jpg
Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_4
Lady_Snowblood_Shingo_Shimizu_1
lady-snowblood-kaji-meiko-2.jpg
lady-snowblood-kaji-meiko-3.jpg
sale

Lady Snowblood (Meiko Kaji)

from 60.00

Produced for the 'Dos' La Carnita Art Show (Evergreen Brickworks, Toronto).

I found my subject after watching a 1973 Japanese film called ‘Lady Snowblood’, which stars Meiko Kaji. The film is based on a manga series, where ‘Yuki’ seeks vengeance upon the people who killed her family. Of course she has an awesome umbrella with a hidden blade in it. Yes, there’s a lot of blood (tomato sauce) in this movie. If you have seen Tarantino’s ‘Kill Bill’, you will notice a lot that is familiar. Anyways, if the story took Yuki to Mexico, she would definitely look like this.

Giclee Epson Print on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper“. 18" x 27", 24” x 36” (Framed). Signed and numbered edition of 100.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart