“An intellectual is a person who has discovered something more interesting than sex.” – Aldous Huxley
One of the most influential authors of his time, Huxley wrote Brave New World inspiring generations after his time and aiding in the creation of what is considered the dystopian genre today. A novelist and philosopher from a prominent family, many are surprised to learn of his psychotropic days when Huxley struggled with his own mortality and the beyond. The embodiment of the “Tortured Artist”, Huxley represents those struggling with their own art generation after generation. Adorn your inner sanctum with this memento to the man who walked beyond acceptable boundaries and created great things.
image size: 4" X 6"
paper size: 7½ " X 8 ½ "
Handpulled linocut print, signed by artist, water-based inks, 100% heavy, cotton paper
Print backed with firm acid free cardstock and in a sealed cello-bag
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