Wednesday, November 5, 2014

A promise of payment...

LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield (Bergen street station; Brooklyn bound 2 & 3 trains)


LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield (23rd street station; uptown 6 train)

LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield (Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum station; Manhattan bound 2 & 3 trains)

LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield (Grand Army Plaza station; Manhattan bound 2 & 3 trains)

LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield (Barclays Center/ Atlantic Ave station; Hanson Pl entrance, Metro card machine)

LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield (28th street station; uptown 6 train)

LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield (50th street station; uptown 1 train)


LXXX Gold Pieces for the Head of Thorin Oakenshield Card(2014)

I followed their trail, they came from...

Dol Guldur (Times Square/42st street station; downtown 1, 2 & 3 trains)

Dol Guldur (Lincoln Center/66th street station; uptown 1 train)

Dol Guldur (59th street station/Columbus Circle; downtown A, B, C & D trains)

(Times Square/42st street station; downtown 1, 2 & 3 trains)

Dol Guldur (Fulton street station; Church Ave bound G train)

Dol Guldur (28th street station; uptown 1 train)


Dol Guldur (2014)


Monday, November 3, 2014

I am Fire. I am Death.

Smaug Line (Barclays Center/Atlantic Ave; main entrance)

Smaug Line (42st street station; downtown 1, 2 & 3 trains)

Smaug Line (7th Ave station Brooklyn: SE corner of Carlton Ave & Park Pl entrance)

Smaug Line (28th street station; SE corner of Broadway & 28th street)

Smaug Line (Barclays Center/Atlantic Ave; Manhattan bound 2 & 3 trains)

Smaug Line (Union street station; downtown R train)

Smaug Line (Union Square station; uptown 4, 5 & 6 trains)




Smaug Line (2014)

Saturday, October 18, 2014

J.R.R. Tolkien's Lost English Mythology by Simon J. Cook

My good friend Simon J. Cook just self published his first ebook about J.R.R. Tolkien.
Yours truly designed the cover. Please show him some love and download it at Amazon now!

Click here:

Book Description:

A path-breaking account of Tolkien’s Middle-earth as the lost world of ancient English mythology.
In this essay the award winning intellectual historian, Simon J. Cook, explores Tolkien’s lifelong project of reconstructing the ancient traditions of the North – myths and legends once at the heart of English culture but forgotten after the Anglo-Saxon settlement of the British Isles. Cook situates The Silmarillion, The Hobbit, and The Lord of the Rings in relation to Edwardian scholarship on the prehistory of Northern Europe and the origin of the English nation. Taking us through three key stages of his creative writing, Cook shows how Tolkien crafted stories that fit – and illuminate – our fragmentary knowledge of ancient English traditions. By the end of his essay, Aragorn, Arwen, and Frodo appear in a new light – no longer just icons of modern fantasy, but also the original heroes of a lost English mythology.


Enjoy & Cheers - PUCK



Saturday, September 13, 2014

Stick to the forest-track, keep your spirits up, hope for the best.

Mirkwood (66th street station; downtown 1 train)

Mirkwood (14th street station; downtown 1, 2 & 3 trains)

Mirkwood (18th street station; downtown 1 train)

Mirkwood (14th street station; downtown 1, 2 & 3 trains)

Mirkwood (Houston street station; uptown 1 train)

 Mirkwood (28th street station; uptown 1 train)

Mirkwood (Astor Place  station; downtown 6 train)

Mirkwood (18th street station; uptown 1 train)

Mirkwood (23rd street station; downtown 6 train)

Mirkwood (28th street station; uptown 1 train)


Mirkwood (2014)







Thursday, July 31, 2014

What is finer than flying?

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center station; B & D trains)


Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Bergen street station; Brooklyn bound 2 & 3 trains)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (23rd street station; uptown 6 train)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (28th street station; uptown 6 train)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (59th Columbus Circle station; uptown 1 train)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center station; NE corner of Ashland & Hanson Pl entrance)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Carroll street station; Church Ave bound G & F trains)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (57th street station; SE corner of 7th Ave & 55th street, N, R & Q trains)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (57th street station; Queens bound N, R & Q trains)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Carroll street station; Church Ave bound G & F trains)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Lafayette Ave street station; Brooklyn bound C train)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Bergen street station; Manhattan bound 2 & 3 trains)

Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Fulton street station; Queens bound G train)


Adventurer Assistance Intercom (Digital poster, June 2014)





Thursday, July 10, 2014

When the last light shines upon it on Durin's Day.

Secret Door (18th street station; uptown 1 train)

Secret Door (Lafayette Ave station; C trains)

Secret Door (Bergen street station; Brooklyn bound 2 & 3 trains)


Secret Door (Chambers street station; uptown 1, 2 & 3 trains)

Secret Door (Chambers street station; downtown 1, 2 & 3 trains)

Secret Door (Park Place station, 2 & 3 trains)
Secret Door (23rd street station, uptown 6 train)

Secret Door (28th street station, uptown 6 train)

Secret Door (33rd street station, downtown 6 train)




Secret Door (July 2014)