A black frame and white mat hold an art nouveau styled print of Matthew Mercer standing in long flowing robes, closed with a clasp reminiscent of a d20. Behind him is an archway filled with stars, above the portal is an inscription in dwarvish, which reads "How do you want to do this." The flowers around him are blue poppies, meaning "Imagination."
Art nouveau styled print of Matthew Mercer standing in long flowing robes, closed with a clasp reminiscent of a d20. Behind him is an archway filled with stars, above the portal is an inscription in dwarvish, which reads "How do you want to do this." The flowers around him are blue poppies, meaning "Imagination."
Brandi York Fine Art and Random Geekery

Critical Role - Master of the Game - Matthew Mercer Print

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The mind behind Exandria - the world, the NPCs, the madness. From Gilmore to Essek, he has brought us so many amazing and memorable NPCs, both planned and unplanned (*coughVictorcough*), fleshing out the world in which we all fell in love with Vox Machina and the Mighty Nein.

Matt stands in long flowing robes, closed with a clasp reminiscent of a d20. Behind him is a portal filled with stars, inviting you into another world. Behind him, above the portal is an inscription in dwarvish, which reads "How do you want to do this." The flowers around him are blue poppies, meaning "Imagination."

This piece is inspired by the show Critical Role. Part of the sale price will be donated to The Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas (formerly 826 Seattle) in support of one of Critical Role's favorite charities.

Printed on archival 69lb. Luster paper with Canon inks.

**8″x12″ is on 9.5″x13″ paper and has a a 1/2″ border around the image**

**12″x18″ is on 13″x19″ paper and has a 1/2″ border around the image**

Prints will be shipped in protective sleeves and a cardboard tube.

Website watermark will not appear on the print. All prints are unframed. Color of actual print may vary depending on your monitor settings.