Based on Sideshow Collectibles' Court of the Dead, a fantasy horror world filled with Valkyries and otherworldly creatures, artist Alex Horley has created an artistic representation of this dark world called "The Transcendence of Spirit." Limited to just 100 copies, this unframed 18x24-inch art print was created with acrylic and oil paint (if you are interested in the framed art print, the dimensions change to 24x29-inches with a frame mould made of distressed polystyrene material). Continue reading for full details and photos of this beautiful artwork.

"The Transcendence of Spirit" Fine Art Print: "Sideshow is proud to present "The Transcendence of Spirit" Fine Art Print from our own original dark, fantasy horror world, the Court of the Dead. "The Transcendence of Spirit" Fine Art Print is a high-end reproduction of an original acrylic and an oil painting by world-renowned artist Alex Horley.

Death's Valkyrie, Kier, confidently leads this beautiful panoply of the Underworld's most notable Spirit Faction beings. Though Kier may be the de facto leader of the Spirit Faction, her anchor and the true heart of the faction, Ellianastis, looks after her with her ghostly gaze from above. Some of the most notoriously monstrous members of the faction - Avarkus and Oglavaeil - flank Kier in action-ready poses.

The Spirit Faction brings balance and peace, sometimes through brutal truths. Spirit is always. Commune with your Spirit Faction allegiance with The Transcendence of Spirit Fine Art Print by Alex Horley. This masterpiece is faithfully reproduced on 100% archival heavyweight paper.

Print details:
Limited edition of 100
18x24" fine art giclée print
100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
Epson archival inks
An authorized, automated penciled signature
Official Court of the Dead embossed seal of authenticity

Frame details:
24 x 29.25" Recycled Polystyrene Moulding Frame (Distressed Silver)
Custom double mat design (Crescent mats in Black and 9881 Real Teal)
Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
Framing grade acrylic
Wire hanger: No additional hardware required
Note: If the framed option is chosen, your order will be specially framed for you. Please allow additional time to frame and ship your order.

About the Artist:
Alex Horley’s real name is Alessandro Orlandelli, and he was born in the small town of Opera in the outskirts of Milan, Italy. His love for the fantastic came early while reading his favorite Marvel comics in the seventies. Alex attended the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts of Milan. Alex has worked with hundreds of prestigious brands in dozens of industries ranging from comics to music to fine art. He has worked with DC, Marvel, Heavy Metal, Verotik Comics, Wizards of the Coast, Devils Due, Vampirella, the Comic Book Buyers Guide, Rob Zombie and Image Comics - just to name a few. His works have been published in some of the biggest publications in the art field, including Fantasy Art Now, The Future of Fantasy Art, Spectrum Fantastic Art, ImagineFX, Beckett Massive Online Gamer, DRAW, and China’s Fantasy Art Magazine. Most recently he formed a production company with his partner and muse Stacy E. Walker and the “Alex Horley” name is now a registered trademark of Blaze Productions Inc. where plans are currently in the works to fully develop his own innovative ideas in the fantasy genre as well as the entertainment arts.

License: Court of the Dead
Type: Art Print with authorized, automated penciled signature
Manufacturer: Sideshow Collectibles
Artist: Alex Horley

Expected to Ship: Sep 2018 - Oct 2018
Product Size: 24" H (609.6mm) x 18" W (457.2mm)
Framed: 29.25" H (742.95mm) x 24" W (609.6mm)*
Product Weight: 10.00 lbs (4.54 kg)*
Dimensional Weight: TBD
Int'l Dim. Weight: TBD
* Size and weight are approximate values.

$250 - Framed
$90 - Unframed"

For more information on this Court of the Dead art print by Alex Horley, visit Sideshow's website.

Photos from Sideshow Collectibles:

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