In 1968 Edward Gorey created "The Blue Aspic", an opera book without libretto or score, portraying the tragedy of unrequited love set against the backdrop of an opera company. (If it involves opera, of course
it'll be tragic.) This excerpt from the acclaimed picture book is a perfect example of Gorey’s exquisite line work and scene composition.
The Blue Aspic Laser Cel is a pre-matted Mylar reproduction, digitally scanned from Gorey’s original artwork. We’ve taken great pains to ensure capturing the finest details of the artist’s hand. Printed on industrial Mylar ensures that this Laser Cel™ will be an enduring part of your art collection.
8" x10" matted presentation.
What is a Laser Cel?
Laser Cels are a lithograph technology where the image is actually printed on industrial grade Mylar. Unlike traditional animation cels and paper; Mylar will not fade, chip, crack or deteriorate. Additionally, this synthetic is immune to heat, light and moisture. However, similar to its counterparts, images printed using this process still retain the same high quality and brilliant colors found in any animated cell. To complete the presentation and further define each piece as collectible, the Laser Cell prints will each be mounted in a complimentary matt. Some pieces will then have a uniquely numbered laser etched medallion, embedded within the frame itself. The result is a limited edition, pre-matted print that excels in beauty and quality.