Blue Oyster Cult: Imaginos tarot card print


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    If you're reading this, there's a good chance you're already familiar with by art series inspired by the music of Blue Oyster Cult and the lyrics of Sandy Pearlman. In the past I've gone into a little bit of detail about what inspired those pieces, my intentions, etc. Frankly, as commentary these pieces should all speak for themselves. Otherwise you find yourself on the spectum somewhere between a comedian explaining their jokes or a movie critic arguing with readers about the validity of their opinions. You should say what you've got to say and then get off the stage.

    Here, though, I'm worried this concept is going to be misunderstood. It's an homage to the mysterious artist Bill Gawlik, who created the covers for the first two BOC albums before disappearing from the face of the earth sometime during the Nixon administration. Beyond that, the word "tarot" in the title should give you a little more idea about what's going on here ... otherwise, you're on your own.

    Printed on 11X17 glossy, text-weight paper.