If you order other items along with Daniel P. Carter "The Divine Bacchus" Giclee Print, the entire order will not ship until this item will be ready. Processing time can be longer than expected depending on supplying and printing setbacks.
This product should ship between July 07, 2023 and July 18, 2023
We highly recommend that you DO NOT purchase a frame prior to receiving your print as the measurements can vary slightly. It is best practice to purchase a frame, especially a custom frame, with the print in hand. We are not responsible for prints that do not fit frames.
12" Prints and smaller: Prints which are 12" or smaller in dimension are packaged in high quality vinyl mailers.
24" Prints and larger: Prints which are 24" or larger in dimension ship rolled at no additional cost to you.
Daniel P. Carter is a multi-faceted artist from Reading, England. Though many know him as the host of BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show," he is also a musician who been part of variety of bands including; Krokodil, Hexes, The Lucky Nine, A, The Subways, and Bloodhound Gang. He is also the host of the "Someone Who Isn't Me" Podcast, where he talks with artists about creative pursuits and the esoteric.
Daniel is an accomplished mixed media artist. He primarily focuses on unorthodox portraiture, often times mixing typography into this work to add layered narrative to his complex and beautiful pieces. He has done work for bands; Bossk, Krokodil, Vision of Disorder, HIM, Lumbar, Lesser Key, Behemoth, Black Foxxes, Me and That Man, Frank Iero, and more.
"The Divine Bacchus" was painted as a gift/totemic good luck piece for Maynard James Keenan, and his dog ate it. True story. Luckily it was archived before it was destroyed.
Category: Daniel P. Carter, Giclee Print