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Okami 2006
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Okami 2006
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Okami 2006
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About the artwork

Okami, artwork by Capcom

Okami is a limited-edition fine art print from the official Capcom Okami art collection. This Okami print is made from original Okami concept art. The print is hand-numbered, stamped with the Clover Studio logo and embossed with the Capcom logo.

Amaterasu (天照) in Japanese mythology is the goddess of the sun. Her full name is Amaterasu-ō-mi-kami (天照大神) which means: "the great God who shines in the heaven". She is regarded as a direct anchestor of the royal Japanese family. In the cult classic Okami, Amaterasu appears in the shape of a white wolf (Okami means "wolf" in Japanese).

The adventure game Okami is probably most known for it's original, Japanese sumi-e inspired cel-shaded artwork and it's Celestial Brush gameplay: a gesture-system used by the player to draw Japanese characters and shapes to perform miracles. The print shows Amaterasu in Kamiki Village, one of the first locations in the game. That much of the Okami concept art is also drawn in a sumi-e style, is quite unique.

The game is set sometime in classical Japanese history. The game combines several Japanese myths, legends and folklore to tell the story of how the land was saved from the serpent Orochi and Yami ("darkness") by the Shinto sun goddess, named Amaterasu, who took the form of a white wolf.

The game was developed by Japanese Clover Studio and published by Capcom. The development studio does not exist anymore but the three Japanese artists that have been mostly responsible for the visual style of Okami are Takeyasu Sawaki, Kenichiro Yoshimura and Mari Shimazaki. The prints in the Okami art collection are made from their artwork. Takeyasu Sawaki is a well-know character designer and art director, known for his work on Devil May Cry and the very special game that is his brainchild, El Shaddai, Ascension of the Metatron. Takeyasu Sawaki exhibits regularly in international art galleries.

Apart from Okami, Kenichiro Yoshimura and Mari Shimazaki are also known for their fantastic character designs for video game Bayonetta and costumes for Soul Calibur.

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Capcom

Capcom Capcom is one of the best known Japanese developers and publishers of video games, known for creating famous franchises such as Mega Man, Monster Hunter, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry and Street Fighter. Originally established in 1983.

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Okami

2006
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  • Digital art - Fine Art Print (Certified Art Giclee™)
    Edition of: 50 (+2 AP)
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    finish picture The measurements listed next to the artwork are those of the printed surface and not the size of the paper.

    All unframed prints are shipped with a white 2.5"/5cm border on all sides used for numbering and signing and to allow for custom framing.

    Real-life measurements can deviate slightly from those listed on the site because we round-off to whole numbers online.

    Unframed prints are carefully packed and shipped in a tube with a diameter of at least 4.7"/12cm.
  • Wooden frames + acrylic glass

    finish picture Our high-quality wooden frames are custom made for each artwork by a professional framer.

    We frame using a matte that we place over the print, creating a beautiful decorative white border around the image. If a print is numbered and/or signed on the front we make sure that these elements remain visible. The matte also ensures that the acrylic glass panel does not rest on the printed surface. We do not glue our prints to the cardboard back of the frame so they can always be taken out of the frame later.

    We use acrylic glass instead of regular glass. Acrylic glass is better, more transparent and lighter than regular glass and also more resistant to damage.
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  • Wooden frames + acrylic glass

    finish picture Our high-quality wooden frames are custom made for each artwork by a professional framer.

    We frame using a matte that we place over the print, creating a beautiful decorative white border around the image. If a print is numbered and/or signed on the front we make sure that these elements remain visible. The matte also ensures that the acrylic glass panel does not rest on the printed surface. We do not glue our prints to the cardboard back of the frame so they can always be taken out of the frame later.

    We use acrylic glass instead of regular glass. Acrylic glass is better, more transparent and lighter than regular glass and also more resistant to damage.
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Okami
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  • Limited edition of 50
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Hand-numbered
  • Provider: Cook & Becker B.V.
  • Publisher: Cook & Becker B.V.
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