Extremely Rare & Collectible Robert Bane Editions Art Expo 1995 New York Offset Lithographic Print and Signed by Hajime Sorayama - XLarge Size. This groundbreaking lithographic print is the work of Hajime Sorayama, the famous Japanese erotic artist, known for hyper-realistic erotic illustrations, whose work is known and accepted with controversy throughout the world.
Size: 56cm x 88.9cm (22'' x 35''). Paper Quality: Printed on a matt & glossy thick paper. Please note, poster is very old, condition: never used in excellent condition, nearly mint but it might have few wrinkles and cracks. If you decide to frame this artwork, we would highly recommend to invest in better uv-resistant conservation glass or UV plexi-glass protection. Please discuss more options with your frame shop to preserve the quality, colours and to avoid any dust and moisture.
Poster will be send in a safety poster tube from United Kingdom (EU), 1st class worldwide with tracking and signature proof. Sorayama sued Bane back in 2005 after an audit revealed 8 entrusted paintings were missing. The judge, in a decision filed, found Bane had dumped scores of Sorayama's limited-edition lithographic and computerized giclée copies online under market value.
The ruling said that the unauthorized discounting made it hard for Sorayama to sell his work at regular prices, noting that his annual earnings from art reproductions significantly dropped. That is the reason, all lithographs, prints, posters from Bane Editions are extremely valuable and collectibles now.
Hajime Sorayama is a Japanese illustrator, known for his precisely detailed, erotic hand painted portrayals of women and feminine robots. Sorayama's art includes artistic nudity for adult viewers only.
It is featured in many projects including those by Nike, Sony, George Lukas, Aerosmith, Playboy, Penthouse, Marvel Comics, Star Trek and Disney media. Sorayama started his illustration career in Tokyo painting Sexy Robotic forms, objects and pin-up. Intrigued by the effects of light on various metallic surfaces, and always ready for challenges to his technique and imagination, Sorayama began to produce a series of female robotic figures in the late 1970¹s; anatomically correct in form, but appearing to have been fashioned of molten silver. The "Sexy robot" released at the end of 70's, were born by combining the existing pinup art and robots with chrome body. The ideas that combined bondage, fetish, modern-primitive, biotechnology, and genetic manipulation were presented in the Gynoids released in the late 80's and in 90's, which reached the peak of his pinup art.
This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "patrikg87" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to all countries in Europe, United States, Japan, Canada, Australia.