SOGO Japan Print
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SOGO Japan Print

By: Neil Summerour

$75USD

Neil Summerour created this limited-edition, silkscreen print out of love and respect for Japan — a country that changed his outlook on the world when he was just 16 years old.

Every hand-lettered Kanji (character) on the print represents the Japanese cities that were affected by what has been called the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake (March 11, 2011). The lettering — which is read right to left — and red overlay form the Japanese flag, “symbolizing the coexistence of destruction and unity within the country and its people.”

All of the proceeds from each print will go directly to SOGO Japan, a charitable organization created by Neil that provides funds directly to relief organizations in Japan.

Printed by the Half and Half. You can watch a video of the production process here.

Product information
Maker Neil Summerour
Material French Cement Green stock in white and PMS032 red. Printed by the Half and Half.
Measurements 24" x 18"
Weight 1.5 lb.
Additional details Each print is signed and numbered by Neil and comes with a small supplementary print that shows the equivalent English translations.
Shipping information Please expect five days for your print to ship. We can only ship to the U.S. and Canada for now. We’re sorry.
Return policy We hope you’re not afraid of commitment because this is a final sale.

SOGO Japan Print

By: Neil Summerour

$75USD