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☑ COLLAGE ON GENUINE ANTIQUE REAL VINTAGE ENGLISH & GERMAN DICTIONARY PAGE
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In the dimly lit chamber, a haunting image emerges from the depths of the past – "The Deep Sea Destroyers". This 19th-century photographic masterpiece captures a scene that defies the boundaries of reality and plunges the viewer into the eerie world of gothic imagination. Printed on an original page torn from a dictionary of the era, the work itself bears the weight of history, enhancing the chilling atmosphere that surrounds it.

The photograph reveals an aged man with a countenance both weathered and mysterious. His long, unnaturally elongated forehead casts a shadow over his deep-set eyes, lending an air of otherworldly wisdom. In a stooped position, he leans over a creature that emerges from the dark depths of the ocean. This monstrous being, reminiscent of an octopus, possesses an abundance of writhing tentacles that seem to reach out with an unsettling malevolence.

What lies in the depths that have compelled this old man to confront such a formidable creature? Is he a guardian, protector, or harbinger of doom? The viewer is left to ponder the enigmatic story behind this evocative tableau. It beckons them to explore the mysterious connection between the two figures and the secrets that lie within the abyss.

As one gazes upon "The Deep Sea Destroyers", a palpable sense of unease ensnares their imagination. It is as if the very boundaries between the mortal realm and the unfathomable depths have been breached. The work invites speculation, weaving a tale of ancient curses, forbidden knowledge, and a battle of wills between man and the forces that lurk beneath the waves.

The aged, weathered page from an early 20th-century dictionary serves as the backdrop, its yellowed edges and faded text adding a layer of historical authenticity. This one-of-a-kind print immerses the observer in a world of gothic intrigue, captivating their senses and leaving them with an unsettling fascination for the mysteries that lie beneath the surface of the "The Deep Sea Destroyers".

The artwork was printed on an original page from "A Dictionary of The English And German Languages," published by Asher & Co. in 1909. The inclusion of the neo-Gothic typography in the German text adds to the overall enigmatic and dark nature of the piece. It is as if the artist intended to merge two parallel worlds, the real and the surreal, into one.

The limited series was created with a specific intention in mind.

Approximately the size /not framed/: 7.67 x 10.86 inch / about 19.5 x 27.6 cm (with slight variations due to removal)

Materials: Print Techniques, Real Original Vintage Book Page

Come signed on the back by the artist.
Send in an envelope by Royal Mail.

THE ARTWORK SOLD UNFRAMED!
The artwork you receive will be a different page from the one displayed and is a “one of a kind” work of art because no two pages are the same and ich prints any time looks a little different.
The page may have signs of use, bends or other signs of damage due to age.

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The artwork is available in different sizes on matt paper, upon request. If you need a special dimension we can adapt it for you.

IMPORTANT:
Customers are solely responsible for all duties, import taxes and brokerage fees. These are not included in the cost of shipping or handling your order. Customs, duties, and taxes vary widely from country to country. Please check with your local customs agency for details on estimated costs. Customs, duties, and taxes are non-refundable. So if you refuse a shipment because of unexpected import fees, the original shipping cost, any brokerage/customs/duty/taxes, and any return shipping charges will not be refunded.

The artwork listed is unique, original collage prints, signed and dated by the artist.
Please note that the images with the background are not to scale and are for display purposes only. Please refer to the dimensions mentioned on the artwork card.
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Copyright © 2023 All rights reserved. The image of this artwork and the artwork itself cannot be copied, altered, or distributed in any form. Any derivatives attempted an imitation of artwork, duplication and/or editing of photos is expressly forbidden under copyright laws.
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Materials used:

Print Techniques, Real Original Vintage Book Page

Tags:
#horror art #book lover #octopus #gothic portrait #victorian art #vintage photo #bizarre portrait #vintage dictionary page #kraken #freaky charcters 
The Deep Sea Destroyers (2023)
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by Jakub DK - JAKUB D KRZEWNIAK

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☑ COLLAGE ON GENUINE ANTIQUE REAL VINTAGE ENGLISH & GERMAN DICTIONARY PAGE
☑ 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - I TRY TO MAKE YOU HAPPY!

In the dimly lit chamber, a haunting image emerges from the depths of the past – "The Deep Sea Destroyers". This 19th-century photographic masterpiece captures a scene that defies the boundaries of reality and plunges the viewer into the eerie world of gothic imagination. Printed on an original page torn from a dictionary of the era, the work itself bears the weight of history, enhancing the chilling atmosphere that surrounds it.

The photograph reveals an aged man with a countenance both weathered and mysterious. His long, unnaturally elongated forehead casts a shadow over his deep-set eyes, lending an air of otherworldly wisdom. In a stooped position, he leans over a creature that emerges from the dark depths of the ocean. This monstrous being, reminiscent of an octopus, possesses an abundance of writhing tentacles that seem to reach out with an unsettling malevolence.

What lies in the depths that have compelled this old man to confront such a formidable creature? Is he a guardian, protector, or harbinger of doom? The viewer is left to ponder the enigmatic story behind this evocative tableau. It beckons them to explore the mysterious connection between the two figures and the secrets that lie within the abyss.

As one gazes upon "The Deep Sea Destroyers", a palpable sense of unease ensnares their imagination. It is as if the very boundaries between the mortal realm and the unfathomable depths have been breached. The work invites speculation, weaving a tale of ancient curses, forbidden knowledge, and a battle of wills between man and the forces that lurk beneath the waves.

The aged, weathered page from an early 20th-century dictionary serves as the backdrop, its yellowed edges and faded text adding a layer of historical authenticity. This one-of-a-kind print immerses the observer in a world of gothic intrigue, captivating their senses and leaving them with an unsettling fascination for the mysteries that lie beneath the surface of the "The Deep Sea Destroyers".

The artwork was printed on an original page from "A Dictionary of The English And German Languages," published by Asher & Co. in 1909. The inclusion of the neo-Gothic typography in the German text adds to the overall enigmatic and dark nature of the piece. It is as if the artist intended to merge two parallel worlds, the real and the surreal, into one.

The limited series was created with a specific intention in mind.

Approximately the size /not framed/: 7.67 x 10.86 inch / about 19.5 x 27.6 cm (with slight variations due to removal)

Materials: Print Techniques, Real Original Vintage Book Page

Come signed on the back by the artist.
Send in an envelope by Royal Mail.

THE ARTWORK SOLD UNFRAMED!
The artwork you receive will be a different page from the one displayed and is a “one of a kind” work of art because no two pages are the same and ich prints any time looks a little different.
The page may have signs of use, bends or other signs of damage due to age.

☑ MAKE CONTACT FOR CUSTOM ORDERS

The artwork is available in different sizes on matt paper, upon request. If you need a special dimension we can adapt it for you.

IMPORTANT:
Customers are solely responsible for all duties, import taxes and brokerage fees. These are not included in the cost of shipping or handling your order. Customs, duties, and taxes vary widely from country to country. Please check with your local customs agency for details on estimated costs. Customs, duties, and taxes are non-refundable. So if you refuse a shipment because of unexpected import fees, the original shipping cost, any brokerage/customs/duty/taxes, and any return shipping charges will not be refunded.

The artwork listed is unique, original collage prints, signed and dated by the artist.
Please note that the images with the background are not to scale and are for display purposes only. Please refer to the dimensions mentioned on the artwork card.
--- --- --- --- --- --- - ---
For different destinations please send us a conversation before purchasing.
Thanks
--- --- --- --- --- --- - ---
Copyright © 2023 All rights reserved. The image of this artwork and the artwork itself cannot be copied, altered, or distributed in any form. Any derivatives attempted an imitation of artwork, duplication and/or editing of photos is expressly forbidden under copyright laws.
--- --- --- --- --- --- - ---

Materials used:

Print Techniques, Real Original Vintage Book Page

Tags:
#horror art #book lover #octopus #gothic portrait #victorian art #vintage photo #bizarre portrait #vintage dictionary page #kraken #freaky charcters 

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