New print release. This week The Working Poof is thrilled to offer the print
Lightly Seared on the Reality Grill, by Tom Long to benefit Computers for Youth. I have a deep love for all things science fiction or fantasy, so Tom’s colorful and playful print speaks directly to my inner nerd. I especially love Tom’s own description of making the “unimaginable” a reality through his art:
Lightly Seared on the Reality Grill is a tip of the hat to Iain M. Banks, who’s science fiction I enjoy. Lightly Seared on the Reality Grill is the name of a spaceship in one of his books. His spaceships have these neat engines that exist and operate in a fifth dimension as well as 4D space-time… these engines kind of conceptually make sense, but they are fantastical and ultimately non-visualizable. And in fact, we are discovering that many aspects of reality are non-visualizable, from subatomic phenomena to the warping of space-time. So I liked the idea of illustrating one of these impossible engines.
This print is available in multiple sizes. It was digitally signed by the artist. The 11×14 prints are numbered by The Working Proof, and the 20×16 prints come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Learn more here. Read our interview with Colin Johnson here, and buy the print here.