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Blood Fight – Vintage Ghana Hand-Painted Martial Arts Poster

Blood Fight – Vintage Ghana Hand-Painted Martial Arts Poster

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Blood Fight - Authentic Ghanaian Hand-Painted Movie Poster

Discover the unique charm of African cinema with this authentic hand-painted movie poster from Ghana, West Africa. Crafted by the renowned artist "Leonardo" for Zaap Video, this piece celebrates the martial arts action film, Blood Fight.

Size: 62" x 42" (157 cm x 106 cm).

Condition: This vintage item remains in good condition, bearing marks of its rich history and usage. Minor repairs and signs of wear enhance its authenticity and aesthetic value. Please refer to the photos for more details.

Embrace a piece of cinematic history with this vibrant and compelling artwork, perfect for collectors and enthusiasts of unique African art.

This hand-painted movie poster represents the 1989 martial arts film "Blood Fight". Vibrant colors and dynamic illustrations capture the intense action and drama of the film, reflecting the unique style of Ghanaian hand-painted movie posters.

Cultural and Artistic Significance

Ghanaian hand-painted movie posters are a significant form of African art, originating from the local mobile cinema culture in Ghana. These posters, often painted on recycled flour sacks, showcase the creativity and resourcefulness of local artists, making each piece a unique artwork. The tradition not only serves as a means of movie promotion but also preserves a rich cultural heritage in the face of modern digital alternatives.

Film Information

Blood Fight (1989)

  • Genre: Action, Drama, Martial Arts
  • Director: Shuji Goto
  • Cast: Yasuaki Kurata, Simon Yam, Meg Lam, Anzu Lawson, Bolo Yeung
  • Plot: The film follows Masahiro Kai, a former martial arts champion, who trains a new fighter to face a deadly tournament challenge after a personal tragedy.

The film is noted for its intense martial arts scenes and dramatic narrative. Despite its critical challenges, it remains a memorable piece of martial arts cinema from the late 1980s.

Explore more about the unique tradition of Ghanaian hand-painted movie posters at TribalGH's collection of Ghana movie posters.

Discover the rich history and value of these artworks in the TribalGH's Ghana movie posters Archives.

Discover More About "Blood Fight"

For those interested in exploring more about the action-packed world of "Blood Fight," the following resources offer extensive insights into the movie's background, making, and reviews:

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