Friday, December 9, 2011

New Lovecraft Print and Deftones poster by Brian Ewing

Details from Brian:

I’m happy to announce my new giclee print “DREAM OF THE ELDER GODS”. Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft and done completely in pencil - conjuring up all the cosmic radness of the deities from space who once ruled the Earth and who have since fallen into a death-like sleep.

Giclee print
5”x7” in an 8”x10” frame
On German Etch Watercolor Paper (it’s sexy)
S&N edition of 20
Use the promo code “squishy” to receive 10% off your order.

Poster for the Deftones
Screen Print
Edition of 150
Signed & Numbered

I really pushed myself on this project with setting up the colors for printing. There is a lot of over-printing on this one as well as experimenting with texture. Plus owls aren't that easy to draw! Jush shayin'...

Some printers shy away from jobs like this because the project demands extra care when mixing the colors and printing. My printer killed it on this job. And by "killed it" I mean he went above and beyond with the printing and color matching. And when I say "stupid" I mean "stupid fresh".

This was inspired by their song "Minerva" and the album art for their latest release "Diamond Eyes". Minerva was the virgin goddess of poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, weaving, crafts and magic. She is often depicted with her sacred creature, an owl, which symbolizes her ties to wisdom. The owl is chewing on a rat that is biting down on a banner that reads "cuando el cofre se sacude y la aguja se parte vienen con migo rĂ¡pidamente." There's a 20% DISCOUNT for any of you scholars that can translate it and figure out which Deftones song it's from. Don't fake it and use a translation website either because they suck! (Just type in the song title in the promo code box when placing your order.) The snake is there because I wanted to draw a snake - transforming from a tattoo into the real thing. And I drew the girl with the side of her head shaved cuz ladies like that make me swoon. Sigh... A boy can dream, right?

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