Part of a series of images from the shadowy fringes of the Internet. Visuals that stir my sense for the eerie and macabre.
This is an exceptionally slick presentation of the Great Old One – Cthulhu – and iconic herald of H.P.Lovecraft’s body of work. Initial impressions are of a solid tentacled mask but the novice collector and dabbler into things “Mythos” should be wary of the connection such an object might bring to other realms. Such realms, beyond our own yet simultaneously touching, have the capacity to press forwards; a malign, leering sentience; exerting psychosomatic pressures, influencing dreams and the turgid swirl of subconscious thoughts, so that over time a sane human being begins to have strange thoughts, and perform curious actions. Placing such a statue in the heart of your home may lead to more than obsession and madness. Beware the unseen things that lurch through the dark spaces between stars.
Lee Joyner has fabricated this piece of art and made it available to purchase. A limited run of 50 castings and a price tag that ensures it is reserved for those with genuine passion for macabre objects that go beyond the realm of the Quantisphere and the demoniacal thrills of the Occult.
Details from official website:
- Handmade high quality collectible statue.
- Comes in 2 finishes of your choice:
- Cold cast (faux) bronze urethane rotocasting.
- Cold cast (faux) marble urethane rotocasting.
- Hand painted weathered patina.
- Bust is permanently attached to the base.
Height: 20 inches (50.8 cm)
Width: 12 inches (30.48 cm)
Weight: 10 lbs (4.5 kg)
Visit Lee Joyner’s official website for purchase options and further information.
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