The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, 88Graph #1 / Noizi Ito
This art print is from the original illustration created for the cover of Noizi Ito illustrations book "Haruhi Hyakka".
Comments from Noizi Ito
This artwork is an illustration I drew for the cover of my second art book.
I got inspired by the title "Hyakka" (one hundred flowers), so I drew many flowers around the characters.
The combination of the five characters and the cat named Shamisen is so unusual that I feel very attached to the image.
On the Art Print, from EDITION88
Looking down on the composition from above as they relax and lie on top of the colorful blooming flowers, is superb and gives the work a sense of condensed splendor. By incorporating the giclée printing technique, we express vivid colors beyond the realm of colors that would be restricted by general printing method.
One of the unique features of this art print is that each print is hand sprayed with pearlescent paint. This gives it a more three-dimensional effect and a finish that emphasizes the vividness of the work.
●Hand-signed by Noizi Ito
●Limited edition of 400 (International edition 100 , Regular edition 300 )
●Medium: 88 Graph (Giclée on fine art paper, hand-sprayed）
●White Frame (Wood, UV Resistant Acrylic) /Unframed
▸Image size 450 x 214mm / 17.72 x 8.43inch
▸Sheet size 480 x 254mm / 18.90 x 10inch
▸Frame size 310 x 610 x 20mm /16.14 x 20.67 x 0.79inch
●Officially licensed by Straight Edge Inc./KADOKAWA CORPORATION
●Manufactured by EDITION88
●Certificate of Authenticity
© Nagaru Tanigawa, Noizi Ito/KADOKAWA
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