when the people have no more to eat they will eat the rich
Horror Art limited edition museum quality Giclée prints 1/15
“The brain had its own food on which it battened, and the imagination, made grotesque by terror, twisted and distorted as a living thing by pain, danced like some foul puppet on a stand and grinned through moving masks”
Limited editions printed on gorgeous 310gsm Ilford Gold Fibre Gloss employing the Giclée process from a true-pigment professional Canon printer in A2 size; these are museum quality archival prints guaranteed to be enjoyed for decades for you or as a gift for someone you care deeply about.
A throwback to a bygone era, this traditional fibre-base photo paper is ideal for high quality black and white printing and offers an exceptional wide gamut for colour, detail and tonality.
In developing GALERIE Gold Fibre Gloss, ILFORD has taken into account all the elements that make the perfect traditional photo paper, reminiscent of papers produced for the darkroom.
With no optical brighteners, and a seamless transition between contrast, shadow detail and highlight areas, this is a new exciting addition to the GALERIE range.
Examples of the prints are shown in the product gallery images as unsigned artist proofs at full size (A2 – 16-1/2 x 23-3/8 inches – 420 x 594 mm)
All limited editions of the Horror Portrait series’ are 1/15 and no more will be made beyond those numbers; open editions have no limit to the number and are also high quality Giclée prints in various sizes and framing options. All currently available Horror Portraits to own in open editions can be found here: Horror Art Portraits
Horror Art prints from original NFT artworks
All of the Horror Portraits are available originally as NFTs on the hicetnunc.xyz (H=N) site and combine an artistic vision of the artist with AI technology using the Generative Adversarial Network to develop portraits that exist purely in the metaverse.
NFTs are a great way to own original adversarial art that can be displayed on any monitor in the way a traditional portrait would sit in an external frame; a monitor can, of course, include the smart TVs in homes which give extra dimension to a tangible product that, ordinarily, exist as empty space – displaying a moving selection of original art gives great dimension to that space.
All NFTs of Horror Portraits can be found here: H=N