Autographed & Numbered by William (Billy) Tucci
Certified & Appraised by the Ana Ishikawa SHI Gallery
This artifact may be the only one of an extremely small number of surviving artifacts of its kind. This level of extreme rarity places it in the high value art investment market.
It is more rare than a Pablo Picasso artifact.
The Ana Ishikawa SHI Gallery has verified the authenticity of this artifact by performing an exhaustive quality validation process that includes multipoint signature verification, verification of genuine materials and craftsmanship, and quality validation certification using state of the art technology and industry expertise.
Antiquities Edition with Museum Style Wraparound Die-Cut Cover, this artifact is signed and numbered by Billy Tucci and Limited to 199 copies.
Stunning and graceful, Tucci’s rendering talents once again prevail in this addition to the Shi story.
“Akai” means Red, and Tucci uses this color to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and the color of Shi.
This issue will tells the story of one of Ana’s heroic ancestors, a Shi during the 30’s with war on the verge of exploding.
Shi: Akai also contains the first-ever appearance of Tucci’s heroine, RAF Victoria Cross.