"Rain At Okehazama"
ABOUT THE PIECE \
"This is my imagination of a soldier fighting for the genius Japanese warlord Oda Nobunaga in a terribly outnumbered force at the Battle of Okehazama. The kanji around his face are 永樂通寳 (Eiraku Tsuhō) which is the name of the Chinese coin in circulation in Japan at the time. Oda Nobunaga used the design for his crests and he never lost a campaign in which he carried the flags bearing this emblem!" — JUURI
JUURI is a Tokyo-born Japanese+American artist currently working from Oklahoma City.
Her colorful figure-driven work is inspired by traditional Japanese themes (bijin-ga and yakusha-e) mixed with a modern fashion photography feel.
Her murals and art can be seen all over the US as well as overseas.
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