Love you to Death Premium Art Print
When the Alltaker, Death fashioned Gethsemoni– his lover, his queen, and mother to all in the Underworld – he coalesced her consciousness from the raw, collective dreaming of the Mortal Realm. To know her mind is to glimpse the passions, fears, anger and desires of all humanity.
The Queen of the Dead is Death’s muse and his conscience. Where he has only sympathy, she gives him empathy. Gethsemoni is a mercurial beast in the body of a goddess. She loves him with a savage abandon that he himself can never experience, except through her eyes.
This Premium Art Print was commissioned exclusively for Sideshow. It features an authorized automated penciled signature by Artist David Palumbo and is limited to only 150 pieces This hauntingly beautiful print will be priced at $90.00 (unframed) $250.00 (framed) and will be available for pre-order on Monday 27th February.
This hauntingly beautiful print will be available for pre-order on Monday, February 27.
- Hand-numbered limited edition of 150
- 18×24″ fine art giclée print
- 100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
- Epson archival inks
- An authorized, automated penciled signature
- Official Court of the Dead embossed seal of authenticity
- Recycled Polystyrene Moulding Frame (Distressed gold)
- Custom double mat design (Black and Cabernet)
- Framing grade acrylic
- Wire hanger: No additional hardware required
Note: If framed option is chosen, your order will be specially framed for you. Please allow additional time to frame and ship your order.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
David Palumbo is the son of science fiction scholar Donald Palumbo and renowned fantasy illustrator Julie Bell, and stepson of fantasy illustrator Boris Vallejo. As a freelance illustrator, Palumbo has provided genre themed artwork for everything from book covers and collectible card games to advertisements and concept design. His work has received multiple honors including several Spectrum medals and a Chesley award and has shown in galleries and exhibitions from New York to Paris.