Spectral Cthulhu T-Shirt Crafted from Wall of Lovecraft’s Famous Text

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Zoom out and behold Cthulhu, perched on the dark seas of infinity, an icon of cosmic terror. Zoom in and read the iconic short story. Not too shabby.

The shirt is new from Litographs, a company that specializes in the art-out-of-text technique and offers some indelible designs, most of them subtle and poetic enough to impress the most discerning literature worshiper. The epiphanic A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man print, for instance, won’t make any sense unless you’ve read the book. (A quibble: James Joyce—the beloved artist-hero and champion of Ireland—is listed under British Lit!) And Poems by T.S. Eliot won’t give you a little chill unless you recall the immortal words of J. Alfred Prufrock—“I grow old … I grow old … I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled.”

If t-shirts aren’t your thing, all of the designs are available as posters and tote bags as well, and here’s something else that caught my attention: Litographs is

committed to promoting literacy all over the world — to make a direct impact, we proudly partner with the International Book Bank to send one new, high-quality book to a community in need for each product we sell.

That’s not too shabby, either.

From now until next Tuesday, July 22, you can get $5 off the Call of Cthulhu t-shirt—and anything else you want to pick up—by using the code 2WARPS2NEPTUNE in the discounts field.

Artist and animator Benjy Brooke designed the Cthulhu print. Check out more of his work here.

1 Response to “Spectral Cthulhu T-Shirt Crafted from Wall of Lovecraft’s Famous Text”

  1. 1 Litographs Call of Cthulhu t-shirt | The Scrawl of Cthulhu Trackback on July 17, 2014 at 7:50 am

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