The Descendant of Edrick.

This is my submission to the first (or second, who can keep track) international show sponsored by the Autumn Society of Philadelphia. The title of said show is '8 Bit Champions' and, as is suggested by the title, is comprised solely of works paying homage to the late, great era of 8-Bit gaming.

The game I chose was Dragon Quest, or, if you grew up here, Warrior, which was literally my first foray into the realm of RPG's. It was also the first video game I got that wasn't Super Mario Bros., which came bundled with my NES console. And as a bonus, I got it for free with my subscription to Nintendo Power, a subscription which I almost wholeheartedly blame for my current, adult addiction to reading endlessly about videogames.

Dead and Dreaming, HE.

Good morning eldritch, creeping friends! Here's my newest labor of love, and addition to the wonderful collection of art being put together by the endlessly talented, unnameably productive Sam Heimer for his newest show Dead and Dreaming, a modern take on illustrating the works of H.P. Lovecraft.

My foray into the Lovecraftian was based on the uber-short story 'He', about an aged NY magician showing a lurky artist the future of things to come with spells stolen from the native peoples of New York. I chose to leave out the space head-dresses, which, sadly, is not a joke.

Hope you enjoy!