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Cthulhoid and Artflakes


Cthulhoid (2012).

Hot on the scaly heels of my recent Cthulhu God comes a new collage work I was messing with over Christmas. This was done in part as a reaction to the earlier picture which I’m very happy with but which looks cleaner and flatter than I prefer for Lovecraft-related things. I’d also found some new books of copyright-free cephalopoda that I wanted to try playing with. There are trace elements here of Haeckel’s Kunstformen der Natur but I’ve plundered Haeckel so much in the past it’s better to search elsewhere for source material.


I’ve been selling reproductions of works such as this at CafePress but now have an additional outlet with a new print venture, Artflakes, who asked me late last year to contribute to their site. Artflakes is a German company operating as CafePress does: artists upload their pictures which can then be sold on a variety of products. The product range is smaller than their rivals but they do canvas prints which CafePress don’t. These are costly items but canvas prints tend to be expensive anyway, even at a high street copy shop. On the plus side, being based in Germany means the shipping costs will be slightly cheaper inside Europe. I’ve not uploaded much at the moment but this new piece is there together with six other works. More will be added in the next couple of months.

Previously on { feuilleton }
Cthulhu for sale
Cthulhu God
Cthulhu under glass
Cubist Cthulhu



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6 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Thombeau

  2. #2 posted by Nathalie (@spacedlaw)


    And made in Europe means no custom taxes sometimes doubling the price of hte item you have bought… (at least in Italy).

  3. #3 posted by Clive Hicks-Jenkins


    Love these. LOVE them!

  4. #4 posted by John


    Thanks, Clive, that’s much appreciated.

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