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Profondo Rosso Goblin Italian Horror Blacklight Screen Print

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Blacklight screenprint for Gallery 1988’s Thirty Three and a Third art show showcasing reinterpretations of album covers by various artists.

Focusing on Dario Argento’s Profondo Rosso (released as Deep Red in the States), the imagery has been reimagined in psychedelic colors that pop to life under UV/LEDs.

Printed in three colors by VGKIDS, the prints measure 12”x12” so that they can be framed in record frames or slipped inside existing LP jackets, and come in a regular run of 50.

Artwork by Jeremy Wheeler.

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  • VGKids, Ypsilanti, MI
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  • VGKids, Ypsilanti, MI

Profondo Rosso Goblin Italian Horror Blacklight Screen Print

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Height: 12 Inches
  • Width: 12 Inches
  • Materials: screen print, serigraph, blacklight
  • Feedback: 5 reviews
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