BUA painted this masterpiece in acrylics and it was used as the official 75th anniversary painting for Bruce Lee’s birthday. Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shanda Lee, and BUA signed 75 paintings in his honor.
When I was a kid I used to take the train in NYC down to 42nd St. and Times Square, just so I could catch the latest Bruce Lee movie. Enter the Dragon and Game of Death were my favorite. I must have seen those two movies a hundred times. Bruce was the epitome of cool, calm, and spiritually collected while still being the baddest Martial Arts Master EVER! I would sit in the theater, take out my sketchbook and draw Bruce in different wild and crazy poses. For me, painting one of my childhood idols was a dream come true. I feel like Bruce Lee inspired rap groups like Wu Tang, B-Boys and DJ's alike.
Dragon Eyeswill be shipped to you hand-signed. BUA's meticulous proofing process and attention to detail ensure this print reproduction maintains beautiful colors and faithfulness to the original work of art.
Premium Archival Matte Paper is a smooth, neutral-white, matte paper. The paper supports accurate color reproduction and high-contrast, high-resolution output, and is acid-free for a longer print life with pigment inks. It features a heavyweight (230 gsm), and an instant-dry coating that resists fingerprints and smudging.