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The Land of What We See When We Can't Fall Asleep

by Will Santino

Art Print

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Collect your choice of gallery quality Giclée, or fine art prints custom trimmed by hand in a variety of sizes with a white border for framing.

No Island
Corner
Where Whispers Convene
The Middle of Everywhere
The Outer Oops
Noctilucent Flutterbyes
The Angel of Saxophones
Mangled Dialogues
Noon
Poisonous Berries
The Minute
Glade of Tomorrow
The Year
Closed Curtain
The Deep Doze
The Eye of a Distant Beast
The Orrery of Little Faith
Fog-shaped Harpsichords
Lighthome
A lone Pawprint
The Perrished Parrot
The Biggest Thorn
Destination
Ursus Sapiens
Toadstools
Unused Nicknames
A Railway Built of Calendar Days
The Floating Toy-Train of Death
Over the Foothills
The Obambulating Mountains of Old Age
Mt. Fellian
Mt. Haloe
Mt. Scrabow
The Piper of Pan
The Oracle’s Heart Attack
All The Marbles Ever Lost
Mysterious Oboe
Fresh Mountain Chocolate
The Tree’s Peaches
One Frozen Photographer
No Town
Jewels
The Pond where things never mattered
Excalibur
Parallax’s
Sharp Cones
Perspicacious Aquatic Arthropods
The Shipwreck’s Soliloquy’s Reverbation
The Afterglow of War
Sand’s Serif
Peaceful Holidays
The Shoes of Children
Unknown Seeds
Three Giant Candles
The Piggy Bank
The Homes of Little Wax Gnomes
Depart
Amen
Solemn Obelisks
The Battlefield’s Cadmium Red
Inside the Ant’s Stomach
Sewn Fools
Wilted Gardens in Forgotten backyards
Galaxies of Firefly Lust (fizz, pop, sizzle)
Obscured Spectacles
Fluted Columns
Lilly-pad Causeway
The Candy-Rock Mines
The Parade of Kind Ghouls
The Factory of Myth
Burnt Wings
Distance
Sunlit Plagiopatagia
Prosimian Pirates
Doghouse
Candescent Choirs of Great Talent
The Sultanate of Umbrella
The Great Pollen Puddle
Portents
Front Porches
Frog-toed Gonfaloniers
The Gate of Muspelheim
Vermiform Evenings
The Game “Bridge”
Entomophagous Orchids
Bumbling Bees
The End of the Room
Cliffs of Once
The Sediment of Your Extinguished Anger
Point at the Sky
The Sunk Compass Rose
Sin
Tax
Syntax
The Vein’s Supporting Cast
Unknown Birthmarks
Whale Fossils
How They Collide
Low-hanging Pink Snapdragons
The Muse’s Coldsore
The After Glow of War
The Shipwrecks Soliloquy’s Reverberation
Incredible Parties in Dilapidated Mansions
Fields of Lint
Bankrupt Grasshoppers
The Tower of Hourglasses
Cuprous Dandelions
The Woods of What?
The Sciurine Enclave
Bookcovers
Something Seminal
The Town of Chimneys
The Chimney Sweeper’s Union
The Glass Zeppelinfield
The Kingdom of Eyelids
Sad Lunes
The Luminous Lagoon
Endangered Lamps
The Eyes of Owls
Reflect
Empty Museums
Terrified Curators
The Country of Fire-Breathing Pea-Fowl
The Pillow’s Opinion of You
Permission to Forget
Colorful Geysers
The Statue’s Slumber
Imprints of Great Dropped Coins
A Picture of a Forgotten Dead Poet
Clipped Wings
Syrinx
Gorgeous Weapons
Knotted Marginalia
The Underground Fair
The Touch of a Cold Rhinarium
Bombine
The Prairie of Not One Thing
Aerophones
The Sacred Ulupiad
Coral’s Taste’s Connotation
Ranunculaceous Ballerinas Twirling on a Stage of Dirt
Confetti
Confessions
The Desert of False Laughter
Little Shadows of Gigantic Animals
What Wind Tastes Like
A Beautiful, Broken Carousel
Artiodactyl Hagiographies
The Penman’s Ship
Countless Candelabra
The Dust Collector’s Collections of Dust
Cacti Semaphore
Plectra for Teeth
Delayed Orogeny
The Deflated Blimps of Idiosyncrasy
Shattered into Little Masterpieces
We Will Never Be That Old
Point at the Sky

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Eric Fan commented on April 3, 2012 7:08pm
love this, and the title is perfect
Andre Villanueva commented on April 3, 2012 7:11pm
Wow, that's great!
Deepti Munshaw commented on April 3, 2012 7:12pm
beautiful place with lots of places to visit! love the descriptions! :)
Andre Villanueva commented on April 3, 2012 7:15pm
It'd be awesome to see this full-size to read all the small print...
Josh Ln commented on April 3, 2012 7:22pm
Cool concept!
Will Santino commented on April 3, 2012 8:06pm
Thanks all! Andre, I know! I wish S6 had a zoom feature. Alot of my stuff is like this, large pieces with very small details, and it doesn't translate too well. Oh well. the print would still be really cool, it's just hard to inspect on here.
Pegeen Shean commented on April 3, 2012 9:13pm
Another fantastic work! I love it! --"The Outer Oops" is my favorite place I have been there a million times!
Terry Fan commented on April 3, 2012 11:09pm
Wonderful! What a fascinating land, it's no wonder you can't fall asleep if you're seeing this. ;)
Duru Eksioglu commented on April 4, 2012 12:19am
wow! this is awesome, Will!! (:
frederic levy-hadida commented on April 4, 2012 2:44am
beauty, and right would love to see some details
Heather Goodwind commented on April 4, 2012 10:40am
Fantastic, Will, so nice to see new work from you! I love all the place names, especially "The Deflated Blimps of Idiosyncrasy" and "The Outer Oops"!
Sreetama Ray commented on April 4, 2012 1:38pm
I think I go to these places very often. Except the Mountain of old age, mostly because that's a spiral of no return for me.
Megstuff commented on April 4, 2012 2:46pm
Wonderful! Love it!
Will Santino commented on April 4, 2012 5:01pm
Thanks alot everyone! :) glad you all like it, and happy you read the locations...it's alot more fun to find them on the page, rather than reading a list, but i thought it would help.
Lisa Argyropoulos commented on April 10, 2012 12:53pm
So cool! Always amazing work, Will!
Will Santino commented on April 24, 2012 4:24am
Thanks Lisa :)
suzy commented on May 3, 2012 8:39pm
yikes, these are all brilliant!
Will Santino commented on May 5, 2012 7:31am
Thanks Suzy!
MoArt Rotterdam commented on May 27, 2012 3:07pm
Very cool Will!
Will Santino commented on August 8, 2012 12:42pm
Thanks alot MoArt!!
Nicolas Jolly commented on May 9, 2013 4:33pm
Beautiful work!
Morgan Ralston commented on June 26, 2013 5:50am
Your work is very inspiring, Will!
Will Santino commented on July 11, 2013 7:05pm
Thanks alot Nicolas and Morgan!