This print is insane.  Take a look at this-

IT’S ON RICE PAPER! Just beautiful.

International terrorist arms dealer, or slave to the torments of unrequited love?  Who says a modern chrome-headed man can’t be both?  This stunning seven color, artist pulled screenprint from Jacob Borshard’s ’80s Ukiyo-e’ series casts Destro in a moment of tender contemplation among fresh sprung cherry blossoms in his garden.  This print is a follow up to Jacob’s amazing The Great Pony Rebellion and The Sinking of the Oruko Ship.  The  Deluxe details on this print include platinum-tone metallic ink, a subtle watermark Kimono pattern and a split fountain on Destro’s cherry blossom clipping.   Printed on pearlescent metallic paper and limited to 25 prints in the standard edition.  Also offered in a separate Super Premium edition of only 8 Ginwashi Japanese rice paper prints.

The poem reads:
Cherry Blossom
Speaks to Destro
‘Tell Baroness
You love her!’

Also, Jacob presents his very first Gigposter!  For those of you who don’t know- Jacob slings a mean ukulele, and will be performing in just a few short days here in Austin-

This two color wonder was done up analog from start to finish, drawn by Jacob directly on the films used to burn the screens-  Now those are some Sharpie skills!  The poster measures 18″ by 24″ and comes on ultra-fancy pearlescent metallic paper.  A mega-limited edition of only 12 signed and numbered artist-pulled prints are offered in two colorways:  ‘Kawasock-me Green’ and ‘Infra-matic Blue’, both with ‘Fresh Bruise Plum’ linework.

Both of these prints are available RIGHT NOW in the Jacob Borshard section of the Nakatomi store!

-alex fugazi