T-shirt – Shrine of the Rabid
Dan Seagrave for Obscene Extreme!!! Genial design from cult artist!!!
Let’s announce what makes us really excited these days! It is the collaboration with no one else than the legendary artist Dan Seagrave…
…who painted the covers of milestone albums of our favorite bands such as Dismember – Like an Ever Flowing Stream (1991), Entombed – Left Hand Path (1990) and Clandestine (1991), Morbid Angel – Altars of Madness (1989), Benediction – Transcend the Rubicon (1993), Carnage – Dark Recollections (1990) or Suffocation – Effigy of the Forgotten (1991).
It was a great honor for us when Dan visited our festival in 2015.
At that time, we had no idea that a cooperation would develop from Dan’s visit to the festival inspiring him for an extraordinary festival motive. We are honored to present today Dan’s work directly for our festival: OBSCENE EXTREME 2022: Dan Seagrave – Shrine of the Rabid!!!
So, you can see for yourself as the legendary artist sees OEF with his very eyes. Dan also wrote us a few words about his work: “The centre object being the shrine, and the people, and creatures being the rabid, kind of corralling the people to the shrine. Seems the shrine is also made up of past life, petrified creatures of the forest.”
Black, White, Ancient pink, Dark grey
Shrine of the Rabid – Blue, Shrine of the Rabid – Blue Logo, Shrine of the Rabid – Blue Logo/Mini, Shrine of the Rabid – Yellow, Shrine of the Rabid – Yellow Logo, Shrine of the Rabid – Yellow Logo/Mini
No print, Shrine of the Rabid – Black Logo Back, Shrine of the Rabid – Blue Back, Shrine of the Rabid – Blue Grey Logo Back, Shrine of the Rabid – White Logo Back, Shrine of the Rabid – Yellow Back, Shrine of the Rabid – Yellow Logo Back
High quality short sleeve t-shirt with round neck. Thanks to the higher grammage makes the T-shirt more durable and stronger. Cotton material ensures comfortable wearing. It has no seams on the sides, which ensures its shape stability. Sol's Imperial is a member of Fair Wear Foundation, which works to improve conditions in textile workplaces industry in China, Bangladesh and India.
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