{locus} > {pantechnicon} > {heaven and hell calendar}

Menu book design and illustrationcomicscd and dvd designjournalthe haunter of the darkinterviewsmiscellaneous workitems for salewritingscontact home

A calendar comprising artwork from CD packages, magazine and book covers.

~~~

See below for purchase details.

Heaven and Hell Calendar

Poster art for The Highbury Working (2000) by Alan Moore & Tim Perkins.


Heaven and Hell Calendar

JANUARY: Variation of the poster art for Angel Passage (2001) by Alan Moore & Tim Perkins.


Heaven and Hell Calendar

FEBRUARY: Cover for Bitter Suites To Succubi by Cradle of Filth (2001).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

MARCH: Interior art from Snakes And Ladders by Alan Moore & Tim Perkins (2003).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

APRIL: Cover for Lovecraft And Witch Hearts by Cradle of Filth (2001).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

MAY: Variation on MBV Arkestra from the cover of Arthur magazine, issue 7 (2003).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

JUNE: Cover for Live Bait For The Dead by Cradle of Filth (2002).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

JULY: Variation on the front cover art for Dodgem Logic magazine, issue 4 (2010).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

AUGUST: Cover for Eleven Burial Masses by Cradle of Filth (2007).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

SEPTEMBER: Variation on the back cover art for Dodgem Logic magazine, issue 4 (2010).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

OCTOBER: Cover for Damnation And A Day by Cradle of Filth (2003).


Heaven and Hell Calendar

NOVEMBER: Cover for Somnium (2011) by Steve Moore.


Heaven and Hell Calendar

DECEMBER: Cover for Peace Through Superior Firepower by Cradle of Filth (2005).


Pages measure 27.9cm x 43.1cm (11ins x 17ins)

Image measures 27.9cm x 27.9cm (11ins x 11ins)

10pt heavyweight high gloss paper, wire-o bound

US holidays marked

~~~

$19.99 / £14.50 / €18.00 from CafePress

~~~

Please note before purchasing:
CafePress now allows buyers to choose the start month of their calendar. If you want yours to cover a whole year then make sure you select January as the start month. This is a feature over which CafePress members have no control.