Iron Maiden - artworks with Eddie

Edington

Let's Get Volatile
Dan Mumford returns with some sweet new Maiden art, based off Revelations and Flight of Icarus. I really like the Revelations one, but not so keen on FOI.





I'm not getting the falling cube and the cult on the cliff. What am I missing?
 

Kalata

Out of the Silent Planet
Dan Mumford returns with some sweet new Maiden art, based off Revelations and Flight of Icarus. I really like the Revelations one, but not so keen on FOI.





I'm not getting the falling cube and the cult on the cliff. What am I missing?
These are not new - they are from 2018 (the start of the LOTB tour). Dave wears the FOI shirt this tour.
 

Edington

Let's Get Volatile
These are not new - they are from 2018 (the start of the LOTB tour). Dave wears the FOI shirt this tour.
So he did, I didn't recognise them. :blush: I believe they were newly released in poster form (in a few different colour variations) for New York Comic Con this past weekend, hence my confusion.

Once again expensive postage stops me from buying one. :mad:
 

Randalf

Ancient Mariner
I'm not getting the falling cube and the cult on the cliff. What am I missing?
It's probably Eddie's padded cell from the POM cover, which is also seen featured as a "box" in the sky on the original Flight of Icarus single cover art. :) The same goes for the "cult", it's probably a reference to the original art by Riggs.

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It's probably Eddie's padded cell from the POM cover, which is also seen featured as a "box" in the sky on the original Flight of Icarus single cover art. :) The same goes for the "cult", it's probably a reference to the original art by Riggs.

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Also on the old Derek Riggs-pages yuo can still find comments of each cover and such, there's some inside info and stuff, like he mentions that padded cell on the cover of Flight Of Icarus, it's the place where the cover of the album Piece Of Mind happens.
 

Old Fan

Prowler
It is and surely we've all seen them old Derek Riggs-pages that can still be accessed via waybackmachine.
Anyways, I decided to mention those things as some newer pals around here might not know all the funny and interesting stuff about the arts.
Good thing. I know my history about Derek's drawings but still hear new details.
:cool:
 
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