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The Thing in the Hallway ACEO ATC Girls Ghosts Spooky Illustration Drawing Print in Canvas Cloth

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Tittle: The Thing in the Hallway
Dimensions: 2.5" X 3.5" ATC (artist Trading Card) ACEO
Date of Work: October 2008

Art Print Signed by Artist

Printed on Canvas Cloth

Heavyweight, textured canvas

• Brilliant color printing and fade-resistant.
• Shipped in protective sleeves


“…of ghostly matters.”

I have been working on two projects back and forth over the many months. One is a collection of faerie tales and illustrations and the other is a compilation of spooky and scary stories and illustrations. More specifically, things that are...of ghostly matters.

“The Thing in the Hallway”

There is nothing more disconcerting than hearing good bone chilling, frightening stories of hauntings, spooks and specters and things that go bump in the night than when it comes from a good and reputable person, or persons, who give extraordinary credence to their ghostly tales and visitations. And in this case, I draw from the tales my wife and her sister have theatrically and dramatically narrated to me, as they, as children, once lived in an old home, these lodgings unique in that they once had been a funeral home. From their accounts of frightening ghosts and haunting I give you this illustration and setting of a short story I am working on, to let your imagination embark on your own ghostly adventure as you rise from your bed to set off to the kitchen by amber lamplight for a drink of water in the dark of night in your own comfortable home. I also impart upon you this simple wisdom. Never, ever live in a home that was once a funeral parlor across from a cemetery.

All Prints of SFAs and ACEOs are shipped in a protective sleeves.

Kevin King
http://kevinkingsart.wix.com/kevinking
Tittle: The Thing in the Hallway
Dimensions: 2.5" X 3.5" ATC (artist Trading Card) ACEO
Date of Work: October 2008

Art Print Signed by Artist

Printed on Canvas Cloth

Heavyweight, textured canvas

• Brilliant color printing and fade-resistant.
• Shipped in protective sleeves


“…of ghostly matters.”

I have been working on two projects back and forth over the many months. One is a collection of faerie tales and illustrations and the other is a compilation of spooky and scary stories and illustrations. More specifically, things that are...of ghostly matters.

“The Thing in the Hallway”

There is nothing more disconcerting than hearing good bone chilling, frightening stories of hauntings, spooks and specters and things that go bump in the night than when it comes from a good and reputable person, or persons, who give extraordinary credence to their ghostly tales and visitations. And in this case, I draw from the tales my wife and her sister have theatrically and dramatically narrated to me, as they, as children, once lived in an old home, these lodgings unique in that they once had been a funeral home. From their accounts of frightening ghosts and haunting I give you this illustration and setting of a short story I am working on, to let your imagination embark on your own ghostly adventure as you rise from your bed to set off to the kitchen by amber lamplight for a drink of water in the dark of night in your own comfortable home. I also impart upon you this simple wisdom. Never, ever live in a home that was once a funeral parlor across from a cemetery.

All Prints of SFAs and ACEOs are shipped in a protective sleeves.

Kevin King
http://kevinkingsart.wix.com/kevinking

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed by chenigan
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 24, 2017
This is one of my favorite illustrations. And there was even a nice surprise added in. How much better could it get.
Thanks so much, I've purchased in the past and will again!
The Brown Tabby of the Abbey ATC ACEO Original Cat Art Print in Canvas Cloth

Reviewed by HennessyBadger
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 29, 2016
I paired this fun print with a crisp white mat and rustic frame. It looks wonderful. The print shipped quickly and was packaged securely. Many thanks!
The Brownie page from Anne-Lises Book of Faerie Fantasy Art Print 8 X 10 SFA

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