The work of Illustrator Daniel Danger plays in the dim light and snow of his native New England. His illustrations exist in the empty streets and buildings of aged cities — at the edge of the rural and the urban. He has a knack for bringing the beauty of a suburban landscape to the forefront.
Danger has released an open edition print, ‘where do you go when you go? are you on your way back home?‘, available now in his shop. There will be a variant edition coming at a later date, limited to 150 copies that will be first available October 3rd in Austin, TX at MondoCon 2015.
Here is Danger’s comments on the piece from his Facebook Page —
“where do you go when you go? are you on your way back home?”
this is a 12×36″ 8 color screenprint, available NOW. i kind of wanted to do something a little throwbacky with this one. im really happy with it and the printing is GORGEOUS. i work with a continually really amazing printer, but this one was a grand slam.
lemme know what you think! and do me a favor and share this one around, i kinda got my ass handed to me financially the last few months with my back exploding.”