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Horror Greeting Card featuring the digital art Nighttime Bride - Artwork by Ryan Nieves

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Nighttime Bride - Artwork Greeting Card

Ryan Nieves

by Ryan Nieves



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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Here is an experimental and fun variation that kinda combines my pieces Nighttime Greeter and Naki Hanayome

Many mysteries shroud themselves... more

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Artist's Description

Here is an experimental and fun variation that kinda combines my pieces "Nighttime Greeter" and "Naki Hanayome"

Many mysteries shroud themselves in the cover of the night, sometimes playing on the worst that the imagination has to offer. This combined with the all encompassing mysteries of the afterlife and those who do not transition on, people begin to see things they should not. Transmutation from the physical to the spiritual is similar to birth in that there are rare times when things can go wrong, coming out the way they shouldn't have. Ever since the disappearance of a woman whos dream it was to be married and was set to get married Japan. It is rumored that now something greets people in the night, seemingly in the most unlikely and sometimes in the most intimate of places. There are things about the afterlife we still do not know, and maybe do not want to know. All that is certain is that she will greet you at night and you will get married...

About Ryan Nieves

Ryan Nieves

aka Pyramiddhead Ryan Nieves (b. 1993) is an illustrator, fine artist, and writer from Staten Island, NY, USA. Since early childhood Ryan has been drawing, around his freshman of college was he decided he wanted to commit to it. Thought a mostly self taught he received his BFA in art from the College of Staten Island in 2016. A majority of his work explores themes rooted in horror and dark in nature. He was inspired to take this route with his art after discovering the Silent Hill video game series. Ever since he has been creating his pieces, illustrations, and concept art primarily in graphite, a medium he loves and strives to master. Behind most of his work is a short yet elaborate story that illustrates in text the horror,...