Elder Scrolls: Online gets limited edition lithograph treat

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For those of you looking forward to the Elder Scrolls: Online, we have a treat for you. Bethesda is releasing some limited edition lithograph prints with 3 different art designs, these are expected to go quickly so fans should order theirs now!

Bethesda are selling these exclusive lithographs through their online store, they go on sale this Friday, the 17th of January. Each print will cost $40 each, featuring one of the Elder Scrolls: Online alliance leaders. You can have a choice of either High King Emeric, Queen Ayrenn Arana Aldmeri or Jorunn the Skald-King.

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Alternatively if you can’t choose which one you want you can buy all 3 with the War Monarchs of Tamriel Litho 3 Pack for $90, giving a saving of $30. The Elder Scrolls: Online launches on April 4th for PC and Mac, with Xbox One and PS4 getting a launch in June, you can watch an action gameplay trailer here.

Will you treat yourself to one of these limited edition lithographs as an Elder Scrolls fan or will the release of the game be enough for you?

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  • gwarseneau

    January 17, 2014

    Re: “For those of you looking forward to the Elder Scrolls: Online, we have a treat for you. Bethesda is releasing some limited edition lithograph prints with 3 different art designs, these are expected to go quickly so fans should order theirs now!”

    Dear Mr. Tran:

    It seems Elder Scolls Online is releasing reproducitons of pre-existing works of visual art.

    Lithographs are original works of visual art that “must be wholly executed by hand the artist and excludes any mechanical and photomechanical processes.’ [U.S. Customs Informed Compliance May 2006]

    Caveat Emptor!

    Gary Arseneau
    artist/printmaker of original lithographs
    Fernandina Beach, Florida

    • Jack

      Pretty sure no one cares Gary

      • gwarseneau

        January 18, 2014

        Dear Jack:

        As an artist/printmaker of over 12,000 original lithographs, I have drawn on the limestone block [various sizes ex: 10" by 14" by 3" thick] using a grease pencil, chemically prepared that completed image, laboriously printed by hand that edition in black ink on 100% rag paper for my hundreds of original editions of lithographs. Then I may either print additional colors registering them to each other and then repeating each time the prior laborious steps of printing again by hand and/or hand-color the edition. Then I would carefully sign, title and number those original works of visual art rightfully called lithographs.

        In other words, since lithographs are original works of visual art, would it be deceptive and unfair for someone to misrepresent reproductions of a pre-existing work of visual art, such as a painting, as original works of visual ie., lithographs? Wouldn’t that misrepresentation poison the marketplace for legitimate artists who create and print lithographs, much less those who sell fully disclosed reproductions?

        The United States Federal Trade Commission Policy Statement of Unfairness states: “A seller’s failure to present complex and technical data on his product may lessen a consumer’s ability to choose, for example, but may also reduce the initial price he must pay for the article.—Finally, the injury must be one which consumers could not reasonably have avoided.”

        Caveat Emptor!

        Gary Arseneau
        artist/printmaker of original lithographs
        Fernandina Beach, Florida