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6 Anime Art Gift Ideas

6 Anime Art Gift Ideas

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Anime is one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the world today. It originated in Japan and is a cartoon form that’s usually done with hand-drawn illustrations or computer animations. It has a massive and dedicated following, and there are many people whose lives nearly revolve around their deep passion for anime. 

Anime is a gorgeous art style that many people consume almost every day, so when the holiday season or their birthday comes around, there is little else that they would want other than gifts that also celebrate their passion for anime. Here at Canvas Cultures, we have a wide range of canvases and giftable items that will for sure excite any anime fan, big or small! 

What Is Canvas Cultures?

Before we take you on a guided tour around our website’s massive collection of different anime items, let us show you who we are. 

We were started with the idea that we wanted to empower artists all around the world. We have artists from all different backgrounds, countries, and schools working with us to create the best art in the world so that we can send it out to art lovers everywhere! 

All of our manufacturing is done in-house, so we don’t have to outsource any of the building of the artwork! This ensures that we are able to keep the highest quality while also keeping the overall costs down. There are very few places in the world that can match our professional production quality, and even fewer can compete with our price. 

We are deeply passionate about bringing the creative products of our artists into as many houses as possible, so take a look at these canvas prints that are some of our most popular from our Anime section on the website! 

1. Infinite Loop, by Tyler Gary

“Beware of the Mangekyu... if you make eye contact with this shinobi, you might be stuck inside your imagination for eternity.”

This piece is of a critical character from the Anime Naruto. It’s of a character named Sasuke Uchiha, who is the last surviving member of his clan, the Uchiha clan. He is one of the foremost characters in the series, with his story being illustrated through an incredible character arc that goes on for several seasons. 

This picture is of one of the special powers that he develops over the course of the show, his eyes. The design that is on his pupils in this shot is the sign of a power that allows him to channel all kinds of strength and intensity through his body, which makes for an incredible display of power. 

2. Kakarot Rose, by Akai

This picture is an illustration of Goku Black, who is one of the main antagonists of the Dragon Ball universe. He is the alternate evil version of one of the most iconic characters in all of anime, which would make him a perfect gift to anyone who loves their anime! This design in and of itself is sure to bring back hours of nostalgia as the viewer looks at the gorgeous art and direction behind this piece. 

The exciting thing about this character is that he is the most powerful threat to have ever been in the Dragon Ball franchise. There are virtually no beings that are as powerful as him on their own, and there are many stories in the universe that go into how the heroes of the story fought to keep his evil at bay. There are truly very few villains in modern stories that share the same amount of power and pure evil that Goku Black does. 

3. Earth’s Mightiest, by Brian Garcia

The main character of the Dragon Ball franchise is Goku. He is one of the most powerful beings in the universe and was initially sent to the earth to destroy it as an infant. However, as time went on, he lost memory of that initial purpose and was given a new identity; Earth’s greatest defender. He spends almost all of his time and energy training himself to be the greatest warrior of all time, capable of saving the earth from any potential threat. 

One of his greatest powers is the ability to go “Saiyan.” This transforms Goku into an even more powerful version of himself and changes many of his characteristics, giving him even more power than he had before. This incredible skill and passion that he has for doing the right thing is something that is truly inspirational to anyone who watches the show and would surely be a massive inspiration to anyone who watches anime! Check out our high-quality canvas of this illustration at the links above! 

4. Neighbors Attack, by Vincent Trinidad

One of the greatest family films of all time is “My Neighbor Totoro,” from Studio Ghibli. It’s the story of a friendly forest spirit who makes friends with children and teaches them lessons along the way. The movie was released in 1988 in Japan, and an English dub was released in 1993. Its characters are some of the most prominent in Japanese culture, with many people saying that the characters are some of the most recognizable in all of Japanese culture. 

This is a great illustration of a Totoro, because it is in stark contrast to how the film itself portrays the Totoros. It makes them seem like a Godzilla, which would be a great laugh to any anime fan! This high-quality canvas is made by an incredibly talented artist, and you can both support him and gift a special anime lover in your life with one fell swoop! 

5. Space Cowboy, by Vincent Trinidad

Space Cowboy is another illustration by gifted artist Vincent Trinidad, and this one pays homage to the beloved anime show Cowboy Bebop. This is another one of the most popular anime shows in the world, with countless fans singing its praises from around the world! The show was only 26 episodes long but is still regarded as one of the finest anime shows of all time. 

This illustration shows the main spaceship of the series, the Bebop. It was just a simple interplanetary fishing vessel, but once the character Jet bought it, he turned it into a ship that left the previous version in its shadow. It's an iconic vehicle in the world of anime, with many people who love the story and the iconic designs that go along with it. This is a truly iconic canvas that any anime lover who has seen the show would truly love to have! 

6. King of Sushi, by Vincent Trinidad

This is another great work by the artist Vincent Trinidad. It features Godzilla, a character who, while originating in anime, has found a home in many other places in the media, largely due to the iconic nature of the character. Often described as the greatest monster of all time, Godzilla is by far one of the most powerful villains in any movie ever. 

This illustration of the legendary monster snacking on some sushi is a great gift for anyone who loves anime, and even some people who aren’t massive anime fans! Godzilla has surpassed its original genre, and has become a legend in her own right! 

Conclusion

It’s not always easy buying gifts for people whose interests you don’t know or understand all that well. But once you’ve met someone who loves anime for its visual style, compelling stories, beautiful culture, and amazing shows, finding gifts that will make their holiday season or birthday better suddenly becomes a lot easier. 

Here at Canvas Cultures, we have canvases that are sure to excite and invigorate countless people with all kinds of interests, not even just anime lovers! We have selections ranging from Abstract artwork, Motivational designs, Spiritual reminders, and countless others. All of our art is made by real independent artists, and it’s our job to back them up and help them make an income! So next time you’re thinking about getting a gift for someone, consider Canvas Cultures, where you can support independent artists, small businesses, and your friend’s passions! 

 

Sources: 

Dragon Ball Z: 10 Things That Were Changed For American Audiences | cbr.com 

A love for ‘Dragon Ball Z’ has infiltrated NFL locker rooms | Washington Post 

My Neighbor Totoro (1988) | IMDB

Studio Ghibli: Everything to know about the Japanese animation studio | Vogue 


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