Their fingers and toes, were cinched together in sets of two by hand-sewn bits of a leathery material which I can only say most closely resembled human skin. The same I would say of their tight-fitting suits of alternating dark and light colored diamond-shaped patches.
Their eyes were hidden behind crusted and blood-soaked screens within the eye-slats of their heavy bronze bird-like masks; One could only wonder how it was they managed to see, and see so well, in the darkness which had become theirs and theirs alone.
These bloody harlequins were said to be servants of some ancient and un-namable horror, a master of the ocean coasts, and now lord of the night – his eyeless and tentacled visage drawn in blood and human entrails on the southerly faces of each and every building, of each and every mass-murdered town.
Print size is larger than the original engraving, but scanned at 900dpi, these giclees present a larger image where the incredible details can be seen without a magnifying glass at close range – making them perfect for viewing on a wall.
Watermarks do not appear on actual print.
Printed at roughly 12×9 inches in archival inks on fine art rag paper with a one-inch border all-around (making the print 14×11 inches).
Signed, numbered, and dated by the artist lightly within the margin. There is a limited run of 35 giclees.