The surrealist battles of Mu Pan

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Postby StaticMedium on Fri May 11, 2018 3:01 pm

I wanted to introduce everyone to the work of Mu Pan.

Mu typically works with large format pieces depicting chaotic war scenes pulling from current social and political landscapes.

You can find an extensive catalog of his works at http://www.mupan.com/


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As a huge fan of Mu Pan's work, I'm excited to announce that we'll be releasing his first print release ever in the next few months. Stay tuned!
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Postby celloman85 on Fri May 11, 2018 3:11 pm

I posted his work 5-6 years ago on this site when I picked up a piece by him:

celloman85 wrote:I just bought this OG watercolor piece by artist Mu Pan. It is entitled 'Deer Hunter' and here is some background on the piece:

Deer hunter looks like some crazy fantasy piece, but it is actually talking about ww2 when Japanese army raping and massacring people there. I was going to use white deer cuz in chinese myth it is a symbol of immortal, but I chose the sika deer to have a little touch of Taiwan as well.


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Also he has released one print before, so technically this will be his second print release. Still, exciting.
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Postby StaticMedium on Fri May 11, 2018 3:19 pm

Woah, amazing pickup Cello! That's really cool that you have a painting from him.

Ah, my mistake. He mentioned that this would be his first. Regardless, we're very excited. :D

We'll be revealing a new Japanese mulberry washi paper with long course fibers that really compliments Mu's work. Can't wait for everyone to see it!
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Postby fallchild on Fri May 11, 2018 3:26 pm

Absolutely love these!! Had never heard of the artist until now!
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Postby StaticMedium on Sun May 13, 2018 7:52 pm

fallchild wrote:Absolutely love these!! Had never heard of the artist until now!


I'm glad I could introduce you to his work :D
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Postby StaticMedium on Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:42 am

Releasing today at 11am PST

"Love Means Never Having You To Say Sorry: Tiger"

Limited to only 27 copies, this is a giclée print on Moenkopi Unryu 55gsm Washi Rag with hand-torn deckled edges. $200

Literally translated as "cloud dragon paper", Moenkopi Washi Unryu paper is made in Tokushima, Japan in using traditional Japanese Washi techniques. It is produced by adding long hemp fibers to a wet layer of Kozo (mulberry) fiber on a mold.

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