"That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange aeons, even death may die"
This now-famous couplet from H.P. Lovecraft's 1928 masterpiece The Call of Cthulhu is the inspiration for Field of Echoes' Eldritch Horrors Collection. Lovecraft, though largely unrecognized in his own time, gained recognition and prominence in the late 20th Century and his writings continue to fascinate us to this day. Contemporary artists who cite Lovecraft as inspiration include such luminaries as Stephen King, John Carpenter, and Joss Whedon. Lovecraft's focus was on "Cosmic Horror" wherein he explored humanity's fear of the unknown, the indifference of the universe to humanity, secret knowledge, and alienation.
The antagonists of Lovecraft's tales were often mind-bending extradimentional horrors, far more dangerous to one's sanity than life and limb, and it is these beings that inspire this line of functional art from Field of Echoes. From forbidden tomes to your home, because everyone needs a little existential horror in their lives!