Ukiyo-e by Amina Diavolo
Musha-e by Grapho Fullstop
This is a double release featuring two Japanese inspired avatars designed by Amina Diavolo and Grapho Fullstop. We stayed away from the more predictable route of creating Kimonos (although we love them!) and concentrated on creating full body and face tattoos which are based on historic Japanese wood prints.
The two wood prints which we worked with. Musha-e above and Ukiyo-e below.
While Musha-e is the name given to traditional Japanese war and warrior paintings, Ukiyo-e are “pictures of the floating world” which are usually images of secular life and its worldly pleasures, particularly during the Edo period.
Both these unisex avatars come with male/female skins, shoulder pads, headdresses (2 in the case of Ukiyo-e!), and belts. Musha-e also has a spinal attachment, while Ukiyo-e has a sword and dagger set to be carried on the upper legs. And then both avatars have getas, solid texture in the case of Musha-e and changeable for Ukiyo-e.