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Czar Catstick

Avril

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Digital Open Editions

Avril (A Vril**)

  • Type: Fine-Art Print
  • Medium: Giclée
  • Materials: 100% Cotton Paper
  • Paper: Hahnemühle German Etching
  • Image: Approx 80% of overall paper size
  • Product Type: Digital Open Edition*

This artwork is sold ready to frame

Large artwork is shipped rolled in a secure tube.

Artworks in this series will work well in any modern room setting.

Effective, for instance, when you group together as a set.

Similarly, just as effective when you use single images, for example, set off against simple gallery-style frames.

Giftware and Open Editions

Alternatively, we sell many of the artworks in this collection as Open Editions via 3rd party sites.

Likewise, you can find more information on other options, textiles and giftware and framing HERE

Framing

Regards framing, If possible, we would always recommend that you consider bespoke framing for the Gallery and Limited Editions from this site.

However, many sizes are standard so you should find it easy to find frames in-store or online. More info HERE

As mentioned, you also have the option to buy different merchandise.

Alternative products include framed prints via 3rd party sites such as Saatchi,  Redbubble or sites listed HERE

In conclusion, you have many options available. Please contact with any questions or if you wish to commission a unique bespoke order.

Fizzy Pop Series:

Continuing my experimentation with new digital media and painting. The artwork is painted with a digital brush which can achieve effects impossible by traditional means. Part of the 'Fizzy Pop' series. This particular artwork uses a brush 'loaded' with paint spots where the parameters (chosen by the artist) are altered to create different splatter effects. All the spots are perfectly symmetrical but are painted in such a way as to give the impression of depth or perspective.

Offered as a series of Digital Open Editions* - range of sizes - only available via this site. In addition to 'The Great Reset' 10101 Collection.  

**The Coming Race is a novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, published anonymously in 1871. It has also been published as Vril, the Power of the Coming Race. Some readers have believed the account of a superior subterranean master race and the energy-form called "Vril"

The book was quite popular in the late 19th century, and for a time the word "Vril" came to be associated with "life-giving elixirs". The best known use of "Vril" in this context is in the name of Bovril (a blend word of Bovine and Vril).

It also had a strong influence on other authors back then. When H. G. Wells' story The Time Machine was published in 1895, The Guardian wrote in its review: "The influence of the author of The Coming Race is still powerful, and no year passes without the appearance of stories which describe the manners and customs of peoples in imaginary worlds, sometimes in the stars above, sometimes in the heart of unknown continents in Australia or at the Pole, and sometimes below the waters under the earth.

Conspiracy Theorists believe that Underground Reptilian Vril Lizards can inject their quill/proboscis into the human eye in a droning process known as "body snatching" where the lizard parasite then takes over the human brain and abandons it's reptile body.

This droning process is also an Illuminati ritual, symbolic of the all-seeing eye, also known as "soul scalping" and many elites have been caught over time with excuses to defend these bruises around one of their eyes known as "The Black Eye Club." The Club includes Hollywood actors, Politicians, Social Media Giants, Royalty and even the Pope.

Editions Information

Digital Open Edition Prints are printed on a range of Fine Art Papers using Archive Inks. Print stock will clearly be shown at point of purchase. As the name suggests; there's no limit to the number of prints issued. These prints are unsigned.

Digital Open Editions are a new concept where the cost is kept low by using an automated process. An inexpensive way to collect fine art prints produced with the very finest art papers, using museum quality archival inks.

Open Editions are also available via third party sites such as Saatchi Art, Redbubble, Fine Art America and Society6. Fine Art papers and different surfaces (including wood and metal) - Framing options are available through these sites.

Artist: Czar Catstick works as 'The Emperor's New Clothes Collective'.

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