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Et in Arcadia Ego : B. Vierling

  • Original Artwork featured on the cover of Fiddler’s Green 7, Gods of the Afternoon. 2020
  • 5 color screen poster printed by Broken Press, Seattle.
  • 16 x 20 inches on 100# Classic Crest Pewter paper.
  • Limited edition of 100, signed and numbered


Even in Arcadia, there am I. So reads the memorial inscription on a crumbling tomb, inadvertently discovered by shepherds in a beguiling grove, amidst the idyllic rural landscape. An enigmatic pall descends, darkening the luster of the enchanted wood. Who erected this archaic monument, and whose corporal shell is interred within? The poets of ancient Rome pondered this query in brooding prose, rendered eloquent by Virgil in his Eclogues, wherein the pastoral utopia of the Great God Pan is tempered by cognizance of the ephemeral nature of all things.

Et in Arcadia Ego : B. Vierling

  • Shipping

    All posters are shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube. Posters are carefully rolled with a kraft paper wrapping.

    Domestic (US) orders are shipped via USPS Priority. Tracking numbers are emailed once the order is fulfilled.

    International orders are shipped via USPS First Class. This service includes a tracking number although it only displays information up to the point of leaving North America and arriving in the buyer's country. Often the longest delays occur after that point and there is no good solution other than waiting it out.

    Postage rates (especially International) have increased in 2021. I charge a flat rate which includes approximate postage plus packaging materials.

    If you are interested in an expedited shipment via UPS, Fed Ex, or DHL please contact me before placing your order.

    I generally ship orders mid-week and Fridays. If your poster is damaged in transit please email me with details.

  • Edition Information

    All of my posters are made in collaboration directly (or via management) with the band. In most cases bands have heavy input regarding the artwork.

    Band posters are printed one time in a signed and numbered edition.  In a few cases I have created a second edition for different show dates or tours. If this happens I usually also change the colorway and/or paper.

    When an edition is “sold out”, it is literally sold out.  In an age of “print on demand” services I feel I need to clarify this fact.

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