By Rev. Samuel

A scan of the LSD Blotter Art Print Lucifer by Rev. Samuel

About this print

This is a limited edition vanity LSD Blotter Art prints on archival paper with archival inks. This is the first of thirteen prints in Rev. Samuel's "Opiates for the masses" series. The image is jam packed with iconography. The seal of Lucifer is embedded into the perforated grid like a faint watermark. Lucifer Morningstar, often referred to as the Devil or Satan, is a complex and enigmatic figure in religious and literary history. Originating from various ancient mythologies and religious texts, Lucifer is commonly associated with the fallen angel who rebelled against God and was cast out of heaven. However, his portrayal has evolved over time, and in modern literature, he is depicted as the protagonist of Neil Gaiman's comic book series "The Sandman" and later, in his own spin-off comic series "Lucifer," written by Mike Carey. In this contemporary narrative, Lucifer grows disillusioned with his role in the underworld and decides to retire to Los Angeles, where he opens a nightclub called Lux and becomes entangled in various supernatural and philosophical exploits. Often portrayed as a charismatic and morally complex character, Lucifer's story explores themes of free will, redemption, and the nature of good and evil, captivating audiences with his charismatic charm and profound introspection.

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Print Specifications

  • : 6
  • : Thursday, October 31, 2002
  • : Tripatourium
  • : 1
  • : 8x8 in
  • : 12x10 in
  • : Small B&W COA 


  • : 250
  • : 171
  • : $34.99


  • : 250
  • : 0
  • : $24.99
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