Seppuku by ABCNT Posters 24x18 Hand Embellished Limited Edition Print – YADIGGIT Urban Art

Seppuku by Abcnt Hand-Embellished Screen Print

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Seppuku by Abcnt 24x18
  • Seppuku by Abcnt 24x18
  • Seppuku by Abcnt 24x18
  • Seppuku by Abcnt 24x18
  • $ 175.00

'Seppuku' by Graffiti Artist Abcnt - 6 Color Hand Embellished Screen Print with Certificate of Authenticity

The controversial print titled 'Seppuku' by Abcnt has turned heads and had gained so much attention in leiu of recent current events that its demand has once again began to skyrocket further.

The strong image of a police officer with his own Samurai Sword being inserted into his stomach is very powerful to say the least. Controversial and creatively designed, the deep hues in the officers uniform and the red blood dripping from the sword speak way over a thousand words.  Many Abcnt fans believe this piece to be the most controversial of all they have created yet - we can not deny that we agree.  .

 Product Details:

  • Size: 24x18"
  • Print Run: 80
  • Markings: Signed and Numbered
  • Medium: Hand-Embellished 6-Color Serigraph Screen Print on 130lbs Mohawk paper
  • Releaese Year: 2015
  • Exhibit: Inner State Art Gallery

    Additional Info:

    Japanese Meaning of the word as defined by Wikipedia - "Seppuku"

    Seppuku (切腹?, "stomach-cutting", "abdomen-cutting") is a form of Japanese ritual suicide by disembowelment. Seppuku was originally reserved only for samurai.[1] Part of the samurai bushido honor classes code, seppuku was used either voluntarily by samurai to die with honor rather than fall into the hands of their enemies (and likely suffer torture) or as a form of capital punishment for samurai who had committed serious offenses, or performed because they had brought shame to themselves. The ceremonial disembowelment, which is usually part of a more elaborate ritual and performed in front of spectators, consists of plunging a short blade, traditionally a tantō, into the abdomen and drawing the blade from left to right, slicing open the abdomen.[2]

    Author: Definition compliments of Wikipedia

    (Wikipedia and Abcnt's image have no direct affiliation or endorsement)

    We had thought it was sold out but we recently just found this last copy in our archives inventory while shipping out this exact print to a customer. Luckily if anyone wanted to purchase the set of the regular edition of 80 and the two special variant editions of 7 to own all three they still can

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