Touchy Owlbear by Marcel Mosqi
TIME LIMITED SALE: from Friday, May 12th (6pm UTC+1) to Monday, May 15th (UTC+1)
Time Limited Art Prints, (TALP for short - we didn’t come up with the idea!), but let us explain how it works: instead of printing a fixed number of posters and selling them in a few minutes, we put the art print on sale for a limited time and then print the amount sold during the said timeframe. Regardless of who started this idea, it is a keeper! This way, there is no need to stress out if there is a slow Internet connection or if you are not available in the minutes following the launch of the print. Everyone can get their time limited copy!
Geek-Art is proud and pleased to reveal « Touchy Owlbear » a new limited edition art print !
Hand-drawn with pencil and ink and painted in watercolour, French artist Marcel Mosqi pays tribute to the famous owl-bear, a well known creature for any Dungeons and Dragons player! Our dedicated printer will make sure to preserve the original artwork’s gorgeous colours.
Marcel Mosqi has built a solid fanbase thanks to the creation of his own unique graphic universe. A mix of pop culture inspirations and traditional painting techniques gives his portfolio a modern yet delightful vintage feel. His references and sense of aesthetics and movement, give life to all his work. It's a real pleasure for Geek-Art to collaborate with this outstanding French artist!
After studying (not long enough), after spending a few years in the lettering business and making webcomics, I discovered watercolors and passion took me. Through my work you can clearly see my obsessions for martial arts and JRPGs, but unfortunately not science fiction because I hate drawing straight lines. I now mainly work for video games, whether it be on promotional illustrations and game boxes, or character designs.
- Marcel Mosqi
Paper : Coated satin 220 grams type rough Canson
Time Limited Edition
Start of the sale : Friday 12 May 6 pm
End of the sale : Monday 15 May 6 pm
Delivered with a certificate of authenticity numbered and signed by the author.
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