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Influenced from the mind of Max Brooks, ‘The Dead arise at Chateau Robinet’ is a fictional newspaper story based upon Brook’s fictional collection of historical accounts of zombies. The story details a zombie outbreak in 18th century Paris, at the Chateau Robinet a hospital for the criminally insane. The Morning Chronicle was an English newspaper founded in 1769, and printed in London, England. Published under various owners its publication was suspended in 1862. From 28th June 1769 to March 1789 it was published under the name The Morning Chronicle, and London Advertiser. The image if an ofgraveconcern original illustration, newspapers did not include large engraved illustrations alongside the print with any regularity until later in the century. The first being the Illustrated London News, first printed in 1842, the use of exaggerated sensationalized poses in the image, is influenced by the style of engraving used.

The Morning Chronicle. The Dead Arise! 1807

  • Print
    Recreation of titlepage with added historical elements. Printed on handmade paper resembling the look and feel of paper from the period the work was produced (8.5" x 11"), or textured watercolour paper (5"x7"). Printed with archival inks, and packaged in protective sheet and cardboard backing.

    Small prints on antique style paper, mounted to actual antique salvaged wood, and hung with twine. 3.5" x 4.5"

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