Paul (Dune Book Cover) 20 Griffin

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Sat Jun 06, 2020 3:29 pm

Beautifully put together hardcover edition.

https://www.mattgriffin.online/dune
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Sat Jun 06, 2020 9:13 pm

agreeed. poster would have been way more inciting if it had dune on it. feels kind of meh without it.
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Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:31 pm

I ordered both the reg and var (foil) so I could compare the differences in person and select one for framing. It took me a full week having both laid out next to each other to decide and I'm still not sure which one I would recommend others pickup.

<- Foil | Reg ->
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Foil effect is very subtle and you only notice the foil when the light hits the print just right.
Reg has higher contrast/brighter colors which really appeals to me. If the two prints were not laid side by side I don't think the contrast difference would be very noticeable. And I like the shimmer when the light catches the foil print so I kept the foil but they are both special in their own ways.

I personally like the titleless art print direction and wouldn't have been as excited about a titled version. Still I love Dune and the art so much I would be in either way.
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