The cascading water from its metallic body blends seamlessly with Hokusai's waves, intertwining the energy of both the robot and the ocean in a dynamic dance. Sunlight catches the dripping, glistening surface of the robot, illuminating it against the rich blues of the sea and the curling waves. Its head and optics, aglow with a piercing light, cut through the mist and sea spray, contrasting with the dark, deep waters below.
In the background, the orange-red circular representation of the sun casts a warm glow, enveloping the scene and emphasizing the robot's silhouette. The swirling grayish-white clouds from the original artwork weave around the robot, adding depth and motion to the scene.
the Great Wave off Kanagawa also known as The Great Wave or The Wave, is a woodblock print by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist Hokusai. It was created in 1831 in the late Edo period as the first print in Hokusai's series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji.
The Rubber and the Embroidery are 4 x 6 inch. They come with numbered artcard are limited to 300 pieces total