There's a reason The Crying Spider is one of Obelisk's most viewed artworks. It's an unsettling creature, a "noir" as Odilon Redon's called his spooky menagerie of invented monsters. But despite this spider's hairy body and spindly legs, Redon's sensitive, detailed rendered of the creature's all-too-human face invites sympathy instead. Be kind to the creepy crawlers.
All Obelisk prints use durable, fade resistance inks on museum-quality 110 lb (250 gsm) matte, uncoated archival paper, and are shipped in sturdy packaging directly to you door.