In Japanese mithology, it is thought that God of wind and God of thunder are controlling the weather.
This painting is a parody of wind god and I replaced it with a skunk.
The skunk is making the "wind" instead.
Of course those leaves are not Japanese maples but cannabis leaves
I also added a traditional Japanese hemp leaf pattern in the background for more interest.
Cannabis plants were used to be widely utilized in many occasions, such as in spices, clothing, and Shinto religion, in Japan until it was banned. "Asa (cannabis)" is still commonly used in names and traditional patterns in a positive way, but only few people would imagine Asa as cannabis plants which have negative connotations.
8x10 and 5x7 prints
- Printed on 61lb, acid-free, archival grade matte photo-paper
- The paper can achieve higher resolution with crisper lines and more vibrant colors than greeting cards
- White border (1/4") around the picture to fit better in most generic frames
- 8x10 print is individually chop sealed (equivalent of signature)
- 5x7 print is individually signed
- No wording (ie. Merry Christmas etc.)
- Actual print does not have water marks
- Printed in horizontal orientation
- Printed on 100lb acid-free smooth cardstock
- No border around the picture
- Blank inside
- No wording outside
- Comes with an envelope
All rights reserved. Please do not reproduce in any way, and enjoy the prints