Last year at San Diego Comic Con, we debuted the Dream and Death portraits that David Mack painted for us. They are so beautiful in person, they were the talk of the convention. It was exactly one year ago today!
David continues his portrait series with the magical Delirium and the mysterious Desire- which we unveil today!
I will never forget my first reading of Sandman when Delirium talks about telephone flavored ice cream--
This will be a limited edition of 750 prints each portrait, and they will be the same size (8" x 10") and pearlescent paper stock as the Dream/Death portraits.
The pre-sale is UNSIGNED. Once I catch up with Neil and David, we will offer signed versions, but who KNOWS when that will be. #sadface
For the pre-sale week, we will be offering the pair for $35 (that makes them $17.50 each!) and if you want the full set with Dream and Death, we are offering for $60 a set (those are normally $25-$28 each so that's a real deal)
We will also offer a 10% off code that you can use on anything in the Neverwear site for the first weekend which gives you even more of a savings- we know people are struggling these days. Hope we all come out of this time together.
These will also come with a sticker.
PLEASE ENTER THIS CODE when you check out:
code good until Sunday night July 19, midnight PT but the lower presale price will go on until next Sunday July 26, 2020
Where we are donating your hard-earned moneys:
We are donating to The Okra Project, that are helping with food insecurity in this trying time, as well as our local kitten shelter, and the International Fund for Animal Welfare worldwide.
from their website: The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.
During the Middle Passage, our African ancestors snuck okra onto captive ships to sustain themselves and plant in the new world. Black Diasporic cooking traditions often use the okra plant for its versatility and it is often associated with health, prosperity, and community.
In this spirit, The Okra Project hopes to extend free, delicious, and nutritious meals to Black Trans people experiencing food insecurity.