Feed Your Leech Art Print
One of the most tattooed images from Emilie Autumn's novel The Asylum For Wayward Victorian Girls, this starving leech is not only in dire need of a snack, he also needs a home, and a lot of love (you'd be surprised). In the meantime, he would be honored to adorn the walls of your cell. Reproduced from EA's original acrylic painting on red canvas.
This is no thin shiny poster! Rather, it is a museum-quality art print made of thick, matte paper that is also archival and acid-free, resulting in a durable and beautiful print that stands the test of time.
*Note: Art prints are individually printed by hand in Los Angeles, CA just for you as you order them, so please allow 2-7 days for the creation of this item, in addition to shipping time, which will depend upon the shipping method you choose at checkout.
*Another Note: This item may ship separately from other items in your order so that all items get to you as quickly as possible. In this case, you will receive multiple tracking numbers by email.
*Final Note: Because of the hand-made nature of this item, the window for cancelations is extremely small. We can only cancel orders up to 1 hour after the order has been placed as work on your art print begins almost immediately. We cannot issue refunds on hand-made items unless the item is defective. Thank you for understanding.
~ Sir Edward, Ambassador of the League of Asylum Plague Rats
• Printed individually in Los Angeles, CA
• Epson Enhanced Matte Paper
• Heavyweight stock, 10.3 mil thick
• Wrapped in tissue paper and rolled into a sturdy tube for safe shipping
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