The meticulous proofing process and BUA’s attention to detail ensure this print reproduction maintains beautiful colors and faithfulness to the original work of art. To maintain the best quality each piece is printed on archival, acid free, heavyweight fine art rag paper using the highest quality Archival Inks. Each work comes hand signed by BUA himself to ensure authenticity.


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When Wu-Tang came on the scene, I felt as if they were the vocal embodiment of our childhood Kung Fu shenanigans: They were both humorous and serious. They were viciously dope lyricists--hard, strong, and full of hooligan energy. Woven into their names and rhymes was a Shaolin-style of martial art madness and it felt right. Wu-Tang opened up and explored the parallels of hip hop and martial arts and integrated the the cultures. Sure, poppers and b-boys had integrated martial arts moves into their moves and steps before, but Wu-Tang created a cultural synergy, melding East and West under the rising sun of hip hop.

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