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Did you know Godzilla’s origins can be found in the onset of atomic war? Turns out the monster is a rather pointed metaphor for the horrors of this most modern form of conflict—his skin represents the scarred survivors of the bombs dropped on Japan, for example. This sharp, red, black-and-white design was created by Nicholas Hyde of Harshness and presents Godzilla in silhouette set against a traditional rising sun design.
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Unframed digital print on archival paper.
Do not bend.
Soy Based Ink, #80 Archival Paper
Red, Black, White
W 11” H 17”
Portland-based illustrator Nicholas Hyde is best known for his Star Wars-themed Pop Art and ancient Greek comics, which have made the geeky-creative rounds on Etsy, Wired, and more. With a "less is more" philosophy, he uses muted tones and simple graphics to tackle larger-than-life subjects. His latest series poses the profound question, “What’s greater than love?”