Samhain greetings to all...tonight, the veil is thin! New work - “Guiding Light” (print edition in the works...more details soon) #illustration #stagandserpent #samhain
The Flood Gallery are releasing my poster for the 1967 British film version of Quatermass & The Pit. This was commissioned a good while back but fell into into the void until surfacing now just in time for either a) the films 50th anniversary or b) the end of humanity. (cue nervous laughter...)
20 x 29.75", 2 colours on Cougar Natural Paper.
Regular numbered edition of 50. £45.
Variant numbered edition of 10 on silver foil. £60.
Both prints come with a signed certificate of authenticity.
On sale Thursday 9th February at 5pm UK via thefloodgallery.com
"OUR FLAME RETURNED" art print now in store.
2 colour screenprint (Oak Brown and Metallic Gold)
270gsm Colorplan Natural. 480 x 224 mm.
Edition of 60. Printed by hand.
Signed, numbered and embossed.
£18 + Worldwide Shipping. Thanks!
"The Morrígan", the "phantom queen" of Irish myth. A sovereignty goddess associated with fate, prophecy and a harbinger of death in battle. As battle crow she circles the fray and haunts the monoliths erected in the wake of those who have fallen.
Like many pre-Christian, Irish figures from mythology the Morrígan is often an ambiguous figure, sometimes comprising a threefold nature that changes over time and location. I have chosen to depict her here in singular form.
"The Morrígan" will be available as a limited edition screenprint from Indonesian art collective Villains : https://www.facebook.com/w0rld53nd/. Printing by Monolith Press.
It is part of the upcoming "Goddess" artist series which goes live on 1st August on www.worldsend.com for Asia & Australia customers.
American & European customers should check out posters&toys.com for better shipping rates.
Many thanks to Villains and Arik Roper for the invitation!
GATHERING is now on sale via my webstore. I'm happy to finally release this artwork as a limited edition screen print. 2 editions (1 regular, 1 variant) / 35 x 19".
"Gathering" is a work inspired by Irish folklore and historical descriptions of magical practitioners or "cunning folk".