18” X 24” 10 print folio set, 8 individual and one 2 print diptych. Regular editions of 230 and metallic ink variant editions of 70. Available via email lottery ending Tuesday, October 29th 2013 from Dark Hall Mansion. Full details HERE.
You have to see only a single one of Guillermo del Toro’s lush, vivid movies to realize that the Mexican director, most recently of the Godzilla-style throwback Pacific Rim, is some kind of creative Tasmanian devil—another Tim Burton. It’s no surprise to learn that del Toro is a first-rate draftsman and has been obsessively marking up art notebooks for years. Fans have been wanting to a look at those notebooks for years, and finally, the day is nigh: Timed perfectly for Halloween gift season (is that even a thing?), Harper Design on October 29 is releasing a gorgeous edition of Guillermo del Toro Cabinet of Curiosities: My Notebooks, Collections, and Other Obsessions. It may not be quite as spectacularly weird as Luigi Serafini’s Codex Seraphinianus, it’s pretty damn weird and spectacular in its own right.
And onto the wishlist it goes!
The legend of luther strode 1-6
The blood-bathing myths weren’t started until after Bathory’s death, and the really frustrating thing about the case is that not only was the evidence extracted under torture, but there aren’t even any other suspects because it’s hard to tell what happened in the first place.
Murder! Full of fun historical details.