Item NMC/1505 - 'Yojimbo', Akira Kurosawa film poster

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'Yojimbo', Akira Kurosawa film poster


  • 2013 (Creation)

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Portrait study of Japanese females wearing kimonos.

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Adam is an Illustrator and Visual Development Artist based in Glasgow. He graduated with a BA(Hons) in Visual Communication, from The Glasgow School of Art in 2013. He was the winner of the D&AD Student Awards, Animation, 2010 and the W O Hutchison Prize for Drawing, 2013.

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The artist; purchased as W O Hutchison prize winner (Fine Art), June 2013.

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Five colour screenprint on paper Signed: 2/20 (pc, b/l); Abdirahman 2013 (pc, b/r)

Dimensions: 487 x 672 mm

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