Hiroshima Castle Spectacular

TokyoSpark Art

The Hiroshima Castle like you’ve never seen before — in my “painted spectacular” style.

The historical icon of Japan which was destroyed by the atomic bomb in 1945, only to be rebuilt in an exact replica. Now home to an amazing museum of Japanese history before WWII.

A fantastic story and awesome decoration for your wall. Show off your time in Japan.

This piece looks absolutely STUNNING in my living room. I love every bit of it!
–Lisa B.


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What Do You Get?

You get the meticulously crafted digital of this piece at an incredible 10K resolution.

Yep, you heard right. You get the digital so you can decorate your walls, print and send as gifts/souvenirs, use as a wallpaper on your smartphone, etc.

All from this one purchase!

Decorate Your Walls

Have a nice printer at home? Perfect. Print affordably at any size your printer will support.

When you want a huge print get with an award-winning print lab like BayPhoto and wow friends and family who discover this on your wall.

Use as Gifts

People love unique gifts but it can be so hard to hunt down the perfect one.

Use this artwork on mugs, t-shirts, calendars, posters, or even throw pillows or yoga pants!

Want to save money on souvenirs?

Print this artwork at 5x7 and then use this frame from IKEA (Just $1.99).

The Specs

  • 10560x7920 resolution (or 7920x10560 if vertical)
  • jpegMini Pro optimized to reduce filesize
  • Personal license to use as you need

Generous Personal License

Most personal licenses limit you to using it purely for yourself. Not my license.

You are free to use this artwork for your own non-commercial needs, such as:

  • Prints to decorate your home/office
  • Wallpapers across all your computers, smartphones, or tablets
  • Print and frame as gifts/souvenirs
  • Heck, print on merch like T-shirts, mugs, or throw pillows to send as gifts too

The only thing you can’t use this artwork for is commercial gain (and you can't redistribute it digitally either).

Otherwise, it's yours to use how you need for youself. Enjoy!