Seven Deadly Mermen

201312

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This design is based on a scene from my 2013 animated film called Salmon Deadly Sins. The scene takes place during the opening credits, and is inspired by an anagram of the phrase a film by Steven Vander Meer which reads Seven Mermen Farted Viably. I have been using this image like a mascot for the film, and for my animation web site, and now it's a rubber stamp too!

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$11.25

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Mount Type Maple hardwood block indexed in black and finished with linseed oil.
Block Width 1.75 inches
Block Length 3.75 inches
Block Thickness 3/4 inch
Image Size Approximately 1/4 inch less than block size

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This is a fine art rubber stamp designed and made by Steven Vander Meer in Humboldt County, California. The die is deeply etched natural red vulcanized rubber, which is hand trimmed and adhered to red sponge cushion (the good kind, not the self-adhesive kind). The cushion is also trimmed by hand and then mounted to a smoothly sanded and oiled Maple block, with a clear black index printed on the top. The MEER IMAGE name is hot iron branded onto the end-grain of the block, and the SVM personal signature chop is added to the top of the block in red ink (space permitting).

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Seven Deadly Mermen

Seven Deadly Mermen

This design is based on a scene from my 2013 animated film called Salmon Deadly Sins. The scene takes place during the opening credits, and is inspired by an anagram of the phrase a film by Steven Vander Meer which reads Seven Mermen Farted Viably. I have been using this image like a mascot for the film, and for my animation web site, and now it's a rubber stamp too!

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