Tokyo Catfish



This was created after a trip to Tokyo just before the pandemic kicked off. In Japanese mythology earthquakes are caused by a giant catfish called Ōnamazu who lies in the mud under the islands and is kept restrained. Sometimes he gets free and thrashes about causing violent earthquakes. At least he didn’t throw his toys out of the pram while i was there…..


Limited Edition gicleé print, 50 x 70cm, signed and numbered by the artist. Printed on Hahnemuhle PhotoRag 308gsm Museum Quality archival paper. Sold unframed, shipped in cardboard tube with certificate of authenticity.