“If I am the chief of sinners, I am the chief of sufferers also.” ― Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

JH1920

Written by Robert Louis Stevenson back in 1886, the gothic novella, “Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” has been redone multiple times.  The story’s theme of split personality or dissociative identity disorder has even been the source of influence for comic book characters The Hulk and Two Face.  Now, Chris Garofalo and Grey Matter Art are giving fans an eerie print that pays homage to the classic 1920 film version of the story.

J&HReg

“Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”
Artist: Chris Garofalo
Size: 24×18
Regular Edition (Green): 40/$30.00
Paper: Regular Mr. French Tile Green
Printed By: Fug Screen Studios

AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE HERE

“To me, “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” is a film that perfectly plays on the notion that any fairly normal person at any point has the potential to become a monster under the right circumstances. The eyes are a dead giveaway when first spotting that transition, so I really wanted to focus on depicting the actual transformation inside the eye itself, which was weird, different, and a whole lot of fun. It’s always a challenge to put a unique look on a classic, so I hope you all enjoy it.” – Chris Garofalo

J&HVariant

“Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”
Artist: Chris Garofalo
Size: 24×18
Variant Edition (Purple): 15/$35.00
Paper: Variant Mr. French Whitewash
Printed By: Fug Screen Studios

AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE HERE

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