Dracula by Susuwi Salvador

Dracula

Each Creative Action Network poster is hand-printed and handled to make sure that only the highest quality is offered and sent out. The sturdy matte paper and premium inks create a vibrant, museum-quality image that looks great both framed and unframed. Posters are printed in Los Angeles, CA on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper heavyweight stock, with a wide color gamut and Epson UltraChrome HDR ink-jet technology. The framed poster arrives wrapped in a protective yet lightweight black frame and includes a shatter-resistant acrylite front protector that won't break during shipping. International orders may be subject to customs duties & taxes. 

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Design By: Susuwi Salvador

My name is Susuwi Salvador. I am currently acquiring a degree in graphic design. I strive to create elegant designs, where viewers find hidden meanings from seemingly simple elements. The world of design is ever-evolving and so much fun. I'm excited to learn more and progress in this exciting field.

 

Design By: Susuwi Salvador

My name is Susuwi Salvador. I am currently acquiring a degree in graphic design. I strive to create elegant designs, where viewers find hidden meanings from seemingly simple elements. The world of design is ever-evolving and so much fun. I'm excited to learn more and progress in this exciting field.

 

Artist Statement

Dracula has been depicted as handsome, gruesome, young and old. Instead of emphasizing physical features, in this cover, his essence is represented by dripping blood. In this way, his form is implied rather than represented literally. He is a creature of darkness and the black background represents the darkness from which he emerges. His body represents the first "A" in Dracula. He is such a well-known figure, it matters not that a letter is missing; readers will still know what the title is. — Susuwi Salvador