This piece was conceived from a story written by Sandra M. Odell for Scape Magazine's second issue, scheduled for publication real soon. I enjoyed it so much, I added it to my ImageKind gallery. I can't share the whole story, but this is the scene it's from:
... Only after securing the cellar door from within did Johnny-J follow Friedrick down the rabbit hole. Wattle and daub fortified the walls of the room at the bottom, as long as the shack was wide, and as wide as three men lying head to toe. Wooden shelves crafted with love rather than skill overflowed with contraband: thick or thin; paper, cardboard, or scuffed leather covers; fact or fiction. A sanctuary of the printed word. ...
Of course, your going to have to wait for the issue to read the whole thing ... lol. Am I cruel, or what?
If you're interested, here are some print details. Each of the prints I have available in my ImageKind gallery carries a 30 day money back guarantee.
|Finished size: 35.3" x 21.9"|
|Print on Enhanced Matte Ground: 32.0" x 18.4"|
|Frame: Basic Black Matte, 0.38" width, ID: 429|
|Top Mat: Brushed Pale Gold: Width: Top 1", Bottom 1.25", Sides 1", conservation metallic|
|Middle Mat: Chocolate: conservation suede|
|Take Apart Their Nightmares|
If you missed the first piece I did for Scape magazine, here it is, also available as a framed print. Check out the story for this one while you wait on the new one. The title is Take Apart Their Nightmares, by Crystal Hilbert.
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