Lich

Lich ©2013 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Lich” was completed in 2013 using regular graphite pencil, black ink pen and black colored pencil.

Look, I’m not gonna lie, this is the worst lich ever. It was scribbled out in a hurry along with some other undead critters in a mad dash to put together some illustrations (which actually did get used by a grim humored small publisher!). I wanted illustrations; what I ended up with was shame and regret, heh.

In the spirit of the theme, I continue with yet another poor decision… posting this up for the world to see.

In Soviet Russia, nightmare has YOU!

Token Ownership

This art piece has been “tokenized” (minted on the Ethereum blockchain by OpenSea) as an ERC-721 Ethereum token entitled Lich.

Ownership of this unique single edition token grants the owner the (non-exclusive) permissions to display and use the associated full resolution image (the one on this webpage) for personal non-commercial display (such as uploading to personal social media, personal blog page and in an online or virtual gallery such as are commonly found in the Cryptovoxels app).

Selling the token effectively transfers these granted permissions (although previously posted digital displays may remain posted and need not be taken down or removed post transfer).

The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

Finally, the referenced image may be used (whole or edited as mentioned above) by the token owner as an online avatar, badge, wallpaper or background on webpages, social media and in virtual reality environments.

All rights to the digital art are also reserved by the artist.

Published by Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

I can haz an interwebz.

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