Elsa Lanchester as the iconic Bride of Frankenstein, circa 1935 ~a Halloween classic! Her hubby Frankenstein & more spooky characters are available separately in my shop.
A high quality giclee of my original digital montage over a special antique 3 column 1930's English dictionary page.
After many years of making dictionary art, I've found certain pages that are too good to use only once. So you are getting the *best of the best* page options for this particular image!
Your choice of 2 background pages:
Option #1: Indexed words "Match-Plane" and "Matrimony". Great words in between such as "Mate, Materia Medica, Maternal, Matinee". The word Materialize ("to appear in the flesh, said of a spirit") is across her forehead.
Option #2: Index words "Toward" and "Toxicant". Great words in between are "Towardliness (readiness to do or learn), across her forehead is "Towering", "Town Talk", "Toxic" etc. Bonus little engraving of "Tower Headdress time of William the III", which echos The Bride's towering hairdo.
This is a digital archival print on matte paper.
Available in 5 standard sizes: 5x7", 8x10", 11x14", 11.7x16.5" and 13x19". All sizes include a thin white border for handling and framing.
Frame not included. Listing is for the print only.
Ships safely in a stay flat mailer w/ clear sleeve or sturdy poster tube.