In honor of my Irish forebears, and the wearin' o' the green, we bring you a little sale. (St. Patrick heard voices in his head, as we all do from time to time)
for the next three days (until Wed 12:00 noon PST) two of our prints will be on a deep discount. Both will benefit Neil's GAIMAN FOUNDATION which deeply supports the artistic community, as well as helps preserve freedom of speech with organizations such as the mighty @CBLDF.
one: the P. Craig Russell magic of HEARTBREAK HOTEL, a beauty.
Neil and Amanda held a show in Tampa, Florida on Valentine's Day this year, 2015.
They asked me to help them with the show print.
We approached the mighty king of the drawn line, P. Craig Russell, to illustrate these mad modern lovers. It's a beautiful piece of heartache history, only available at the Tampa show and here.
They are sold unsigned at $40... for the next few days they will be $20 each.
(i did put up a $5 off code over on the Neverwear page-& on the blog-- do a little digging, if you want to save another fiver)
they measure a glorious 10" x 25" and are printed on a luscious recycled matte stock, my photo does it no justice, I actually inhaled when i first saw.
Our version is the stamped-with-the-Neverwear seal, a run of 200.
order them HERE:
also the beautiful IN RELIG ORAN print will be reduced for the next few days, the unsigned version will be $15.00
From the brilliant imagination of Michael Zulli, a full-color rendering of Neil's poem IN RELIG ORAN.
Mr. Zulli is the remarkable artist behind The Wake, Sandman's final chapter.
This is a hand-numbered limited edition run of 750 prints. Print size 11" x 17". will have the official Neil Gaiman embossed stamp on the lower lefthand side.
Before he read the at-the-time unpublished poem in Chicago at C2E2, Neil told us a little story.
Inspired by a book of myths and legends of Scotland by Otta F. Swire, Neil wrote the poem about a doomed saint, IN RELIG ORAN.
After reading some of the stories in the Swire book, he took his dog, Cabal for a walk.
"Sometimes, when you walk, " he said, "your mind goes into rhythms.....I found myself walking to along to the beat of the line: When St. Columba landed at the island of Iona..."
It is a thought-provoking piece and one of Neil's most beautiful word paintings.
order them here.