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Watain Poster Series and more!

Tuesday, April 12, 2016


The Watain poster series consists of 10 individual Watain posters created by Erik Danielsson / Trident Arts for Watain concerts between 2010 and 2015. Previously only used for online purposes, this is the first time these posters are printed in large, physical format

Erik comments:"Every time Watain has been booked for a festival I have made a unique artwork piece for the event, both out of need (since festival posters always look horrible) and out of the will to underline the graphical essence of Watain. I have also taken the liberty to only feature bands from these festival line ups that Watain has something to do with in one way or another, bands that fit into our universe and whose logos blend in well with our visual idea. An artist creates his own world on his own terms, and these posters are exactly about that.

While far too many bands end up using whatever graphic that comes their way, we have always been cautious to not let anyone else speak on our behalf in that regard, since I believe that graphical art is as important an element in a band as a song or a lyric. These posters -behind which lay many days and nights of work- are a result of this approach, and it feels good to have them available now in this noble large scale format for those who appreciate such things as much as I do."

Each poster measures 70 x 50 cm, screen printed color by color in Uppsala, Sweden, on 230 g natural paper. The 10 different posters are limited to 100 copies each, handnumbered, stamped and signed by the artist.


Wes Benscoter established his reputation in the mid-1990s with his album cover art for Slayer and Relapse Records. His other rock art includes bands like AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Cattle Decapitation, Kreator, Autopsy and countless death and heavy metal bands. He currently lives in Pennsylvania, US where he continues to work in the morbid arts. Visit Benscoter's Graphic Noise profile here!

Kreator “Phantom Antichrist” giclee
20 x 21”(50.8 x 53.34 cm) paper size. 260 gsm Somerset Velvet Fine Art Paper.

Signed and numbered edition of 6 created for 2014 Hyperstoic NYC show. Last copies.


"Defiling A Church” Embossed giclee
16 x 18” (15.24 x 45.72 cm) paper size. 310 gsm Hahnemühle fine art paper. Embossed inverted cross/bat wings exclusive to this print.

Signed and numbered edition of 25. Includes an illustrated Certificate Of Authenticity. 


Filip Ivanovic (Flatbathtub) is an artist/musician who works in a variety of media that range from computer graphics to traditional art.

After almost abandoning art to become a history professor, Filip discovered the growing discipline of computer graphics which led him back into the art world. Over the next couple of years he worked and studied in graphic design, 3D animation and Visual FX in movies. Visit Flatbathtub's profile on Graphic Noise here!

In The Dark They Wait
Giclee print, 33 cm x 48 cm (13" x 19")



Oil on canvas, 2015
Giclee print, 28.5 cm x 28.5 cm (11.25" x 11.25")