Edo Ball Series - Shogun James

A captivating work of cultural blending unlike anything created before, Andrew Archer’s Edo Ball series of paintings seamlessly fuses contemporary basketball imagery with Edo-period Japanese art and culture, with captivating results.

The shogun held absolute power throughout Japan for hundreds of years, with dominance comparable to that of a king.

Even though the shogunate within Japan ended in 1868, a new shogunate began in the NBA in 2003, led by Lebron James, who is still in power to this current day. Shogun James has continually been the most powerful force within the association, dominating throughout his 14 year career, proving again and again that there is still no general in the league who can take his place on the throne.


Additional Information

  • Giclée print, archival pigment inks
  • Printed on acid-free paper
  • Signed by the artist
  • 11.7 x 16.5 inches / printed area 10 x 15 inches