Monster II print and Eclipse T-shirts

After Florence and Brussels Tattoo Conventions my new T-shirts for Eclipse Tattoo Barcelona are ready to be sold online. They are Gildan Premium of 180 gr and are printed in discharge for an everlasting quality. Masters at Newtownlab Barcelona have done they work in an excellent way one more time! Stock is limited to 50 and some of them are already gone. Be fast if you want one!

I have also turned my last illustration into a little run of 10 giclée prints. Some of them were sold at the Brussels Tattoo Convention this weekend. The remaining ones are for sale now through Eclipse’s online store. Every one of them is signed, numbered and embossed by me. Once again, they have been printed at Impressionart. I want to give thanks for the attention and good vibes towards my work, it really means a lot. The original artwork is now a part of Sean Gamil’s private collection.

Time Machine II prints and new patches

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Finally here! Time Machine II print is available through Proyecto Eclipse webstore. It’s been my first time working with this new version of the old known museum etching paper by Hahnemühle. As you can see in the pictures, the edge is deckled, just like it was a handmade watercolour paper. This adds a nice, less cold touch to this limited edition of 8 copies. All of them are signed, numbered and embossed by me. They come with a certificate of authenticity and they have been masterfully printed at Impressionart once again.  All the technical info about the print is in the shop.

You’ll see I have also designed some new patches and I’m very happy with the result! The moon and star patch, named as Cycle patches, are only available together. The big one, is a twisted reinterpretation of Milton’s cosmology diagram from his classic poem Paradise Lost. The diagram appeared for the first time in Homer Sprague’s 1883 edition, nearly after 200 years of the first publication…and it’s amazing. My first idea was to replicate the diagram as it was:
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But! despite it is an amazing picture and idea, it would be a poor challenge to do it that way. So I started to think and later on I found out my own concepts to make this patch. By switching some words and using the death representation as a centre, my Milton’s inspired patch came up. Last part of the process was doing a good research into some books of military insignia from the second world war and Vietnam too. I really love that stuff you know… I have also had the support and advice from El Carlo and Rotor. Once again their expertise in this field solved many problems before they even appeared. Take a look:
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Don’t doubt to get your patch as soon as you can. Once they are gone, it’s almost sure they’ll never be back. Limited editions help us to keep our minds creative but they run out fast. We also like to have new stuff as often as we can at Eclipse.

Thanks again for keeping an eye into my work. All the info about the print and patches is available in the online store. Worldwide shipping is also available, as always.