Now the name of the brother of Lib was called Shiz. And it came to pass that Shiz pursued after Coriantumr, and he did overthrow many cities, and he did slay both women and children, and he did burn the cities. And there went a fear of Shiz throughout all the land; yea, a cry went forth throughout the land—Who can stand before the army of Shiz? Behold, he sweepeth the earth before him!
Shiz is my favorite villain in the Book of Mormon. After his head was struck off in battle, he rose on his arms and gasped for breath. He then fell to the earth completely dead. I have depicted this grisly scene in one of my animations but demurred from including it in this book.
his is an original handmade etching. It was created at the Lower East Side Printshop. The plate was created by etching lines into a coated copper plate. The plate was then soaked in an acid bath, inked by hand, and run through a printing press to create a this one of a kind image. Each image varies slightly.
Printed on Rives BFK 280 gsm. The paper size is 11x14".
Comes to you beautifully wrapped!
This image was printed as part of an edition of 8. There are six artist proofs available as well.
These prints are a part of a series of 50 etchings from the Book of Mormon. Not all of the images are available in this shop at this time. To view full pdf of all 50 images please contact me at: anniebenacpoon at gmail.com.
Three out of the five complete sets of 50 prints are also available.