Fine art prints are going up on my Etsy store for this year’s batch of yokai!
This year’s prints are bigger and more beautiful than in previous years. I just got a brand new giclée printer and new inks supposedly guaranteed to last for 200 years (!) so these are going to look beautiful for a very very long time. This year’s batch of prints are a bit bigger than previous years, because I am working in a larger size than before, so it’s possible to make a large print without losing any detail.
Each picture is 8×10 inches, mounted and framed in a 11×14 inch acid-free black mat, and sealed in a clear polybag for protection. They’re ready for framing, or can be displayed as-in in their mats.
Oh, and I am singing each print with a very special calligraphy pen. This pen was bought at the Seimei Shrine in Kyoto, the former home of Japan’s foremost sorcerer Abe no Seimei and now a shrine dedicated to sorcery and magic. I had the pen blessed by the Shinto priests at the shrine, and so you can tell your friends that your print was signed with a +1 holy occult ink brush.
Just so you can get an idea of how large they are, here’s a picture of me looking goofy and holding one of the prints: