Beware, the Black Shuck
Archival giclee print of Beware, the Black Shuck, illustrated by Jessica Roux.
A little about the lore that inspired the illustration: The Black Shuck is a ghostly, shaggy-haired black dog of British lore - and an omen of death. It prowls along the coastline and into forests, with its malevolent eyes glowing in the mist. To meet the Black Shuck would mean one’s death would occur before the end of the year.
Printed at 8" x 10" with an additional .5" white border all around. Unframed (photo is to show an example of a framed print).
Printed to order on premium, thick matte paper by a museum quality printer.