SOGO Japan Charity Print
Limited edition of 100
Give a little. Get a little extra. Order this print and use the code POSITYPE during checkout to save 25% and get a special edition of Positype’s Nori typeface as an added bonus.
This very special limited edition print by type designer and lettering artist Neil Summerour is a true labour of love and respect for Japan, a country that transformed his outlook on the world at age 16.
Every exquisitely lettered Kanji on this 18" × 24" silkscreen print represents a Japanese city affected by what has been called the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake. This exclusive edition, printed in Columbia, South Carolina by The Half and Half on French Cement Green stock in white and PMS032 red comes individually signed and numbered by Neil along with a small supplementary print showing the equivalent English translations.
Prints are rolled and shipped in 2 mil polybags and heavy-duty 4" diameter kraft tubes and are not matted or framed. Please review our Q&A for additional details about shipping policies.
A Charitable Endeavour
100% of the proceeds from each print will go directly to SOGO Japan, a charitable organization created by Neil that feeds directly to indigenous relief and aid organizations in Japan, not outside agencies looking in. Help put much needed funds into the hands of those who were there first, know the land, the people, and their actual needs.