Bernie Wrightson's I Shall Be With You

Posted by Grey Wednesday, April 3, 2013

This hauntingly lavish print of renowned artist Bernie Wrightson shall be with you now thanks to Nakatomi Inc. 

Renowned artist Bernie Wrightson has been well-known for his prolific body of works through the decades but we bet nobody would argue that his breathtaking pen-and-ink illustrations in the illustrated version of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s Frankenstein in 1983 was among some of the finest works in the horror genre. Last year, we were excited to witnessed Wrightson reuniting with Mary Shelley’s famous monster, Frankenstein in Frankenstein, Alive, Alive!, a comic book series written by acclaimed horror writer Steve Niles. 

Yesterday, Nakatomi Inc. announces the release of I Shall Be With You,” the second print in their Bernie Wrightson Frankenstein series.  A stunning 24×36 hand-printed silk-screen signed by Bernie in a hand-numbered edition of 200, the print certainly does not disappoint with its incredibly detailed yet poignant ambience.

Head over to Nakatomi Inc. and see if you can still get one.  For now, hit the jump to check out the item description and click on the image to view it in glorious HD.

Item Description:

I Shall Be With You
Artist: Bernie Wrightson
Medium: Silkscreen Print
Edition Size: 200
Print Size: 24″ x 36″
Signed and Numbered


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