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Marald Van Haasteren "Eagles Become Vultures" Light Variant Giclee Print

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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.

Marald Van Haasteren is a fine artist based in Leiden, Netherlands. His approach is bold yet masterfully delicate, often times exploring ideas of elegance and beauty in nature. Marald has created work for a number of aggressive bands including Ghost, Bolt Thrower, High on Fire, Deafheaven, Kylesa, Wolfbrigade, and more. Recently he has worked on incredible visual collaborations with John Dyer Baizley for the Baroness albums "Purple" and "Gold and Grey".

Marald's "Eagles Become Vultures" illustration was inspired by the Converge song of the same name. The piece shows an endless battle between the two iconic birds. The eagle serving as a symbol of strength and knowledge, and the vulture as as the ultimate scavenger.

The print is offered in 3 different color-ways; light (calling to the eagle), dark (calling to the vulture), and the color (calling to both). Available as a museum quality giclee print in three sizes.

Small: 12" X 5.513"
Medium: 24" X 10.437"
Large: 36" X 15.36"

Stock: Fine Line, Coarse Watercolor, 315 GSM