“Sōma no Furudairi" by Utagawa Kuniyoshi - 12" x 6" Timeless Mood Mat

Mood Mats

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  • Basic Information:
    • Made in New Jersey
    • Dimensions - 12" x 6"
    • Condition - New/Unused
    • Included Accessories: Timeless Glass Gallery vinyl sticker
  • Description:
    • The original Mood Mat™, the only surface you should ever set your glass on!  Protect your prized possession or investment from scuffs and damages!
    • Made from upcycled rubber material and very environmentally-friendly
    • Best-in-the-business quality material and printed images, very thick and durable
    • These have been made as a collaborative effort between TGG and Mood Mats, to make sure these iconic works of art are represented as accurately and vibrantly as possible after being printed on a mat!  
    • Every design uses a custom shape in order to preserve the original ratio which requires a custom-size die specific only to this particular artwork, and have been derived from the most detailed and highest-definition photograph of the original artwork, which are then optimized for the Mood Mat printing format.  
    • Please visit lavarubber.com to learn more about moodmats.com's scrap upcycling project

       

  • Artwork Information:

    • A very famous Japanese woodblock print by Utagawa Kuniyoshi from the late 1830's, depicting a scene of a traditional folklore Utōyasutaka-chūgiden, where a giant skeleton monster (or Yōkai) summoned by Princess Takiyasha (on the far left) is attacking the protagonist, Ōtakurou Mitsukuni. 
    • Princess Takiyasha is the daughter of Taira Masakado, and after his death she pledges to avenge him.  She wreaks havoc around town with her army of Yōkai, and Ōtakurou Mitsukuni with his clan must stop them.  
    • This piece has been an inspiration to a variety of popular modern Japanese anime's and manga's, including Neon Genesis Evangelion and Attack on Titan

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