is at the forefront of modern Japanese cuisine with Australia's largest range of sake and japanese beers.
Situated in a converted Brunswick bank built in 1956, the space has been redesigned from the ground up. As part of this new refurbishment, the good folk at Kumo invited me to illustrate and install a large mural across the venue's back wall.
Two storey's high and over nine metres wide, the mural features a dramatic coastal landscape that's stormy mood takes influence from Kumo's Japanese translation meaning 'cloud'. The initial sketch was tiled across 28 poster sheets and applied using wheat paste.