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The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask Terrible Fate Nintendo Geekery Poster/ Fine Art Print / Retro Gamer Art by Tom Ryan’s Studio

“You’ve met with a terrible fate haven’t you?” Print inspired by the Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda, Majora’s Maks. It features a quote from the Happy Mask Sales man when first meeting Link wearing a Deku Mask.

They are a Open Edition and printed on archival paper measuring 13"x19"

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Look what just came in the mail! TOTE BAGS! These were the test bags to see how good the quality is and they’re better than expected. These are really solid totes. They’re made from a thick, stiff fabric and can stand up all on their own. The straps are really nice too and a good length. I usually find tote straps a little short but these are great!

The Geek Studio one only has the logo on one side. The other side is just the pattern. We’re going to be posting a bunch of these for sale over the next couple of weeks so keep an eye out!

The candle on a bed is making me a little nervous, but I love this pic of autumn colored books. Silkworm is in my TBR pile, and Station Eleven is one of my favorites from this year. 🍂
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Photo by @lookingforabura - a lovely bookstagram account! 📚📷 Tag your pics #frostbeardstudio to share :)

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Robin Williams Art Tribute by Tom Ryan’s StudioRobin Williams made us laugh. He brought joy and wonder to a boy living in the dessert by granting his wildest dreams in Disney’s move Aladdin. He made us all want an English-speaking nanny in Mrs. Doubtfire; he made many of believe that we can fly again in Hook… I can keep naming movies, and stand up show’s he’s been a part of but that list would go on forever. The passing of such a talented man will be missed.

I have never done or created a tribute piece before this but hearing about his passing struck me and I wanted to do something in honor of his life. My sympathies go out to his family and friends.  I had my reservation’s about selling this print as I just felt compelled to do what I do, which is to create art. But after an amazing response from social media, I’ve decided that I will make this print available to purchase for everyone to enjoy and remember the laughter that he has brought to each one of our hearts.

 He will be missed. Rest in Peace.

“No matter what people tell you, words and idea can change the world.”

–      Robin Williams 1951 – 2014

 They are an Open Edition and printed on archival paper measuring 13"x19"
Each print has been printed on a Somerset enhanced velvet Paper* with Archival Ink. Each is signed. This Print is an Open Image, but all images will be personally stamped, titled and signed by myself.

Each Print will be shipped in a mailing tube.

*I’m sorry, Frame is NOT included.*

*Paper is made of 100% cotton, it’s radiant white paper yields exceptional depth of color with a true velvety fine art texture. The surface of the paper becomes an inherent part of the finished print, without overwhelming the image, but adding a fine art element to the composition.

© 2014 Tom Ryan’s Studio