Luring the Draccus Art Print

Patrick Rothfuss

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$32.00
$32.00
Regular price
$40.00
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Regular price
$32.00
$32.00
Regular price
$40.00
Sale price

Luring the Draccus Art Print

Patrick Rothfuss

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Created by artist Phil McDarby, this art print is based on Patrick Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind.  

Description from Phil's website:
"This image was a kind of self-imposed challenge – I totally fell in love with an incredible book called The Name Of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, and as a tribute, I wanted to try and recreate a scene from the book. Usually my images evolve as I work on them, often ending up only vaguely resembling the original idea, but with this, I set myself a very specific brief – Pat’s amazing words – and set about trying to make it real."

You can find more officially licensed merchandise in our Kingkiller Chronicle collection.

All proceeds go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.

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Created by artist Phil McDarby, this art print is based on Patrick Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind.  

Description from Phil's website:
"This image was a kind of self-imposed challenge – I totally fell in love with an incredible book called The Name Of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, and as a tribute, I wanted to try and recreate a scene from the book. Usually my images evolve as I work on them, often ending up only vaguely resembling the original idea, but with this, I set myself a very specific brief – Pat’s amazing words – and set about trying to make it real."

You can find more officially licensed merchandise in our Kingkiller Chronicle collection.

All proceeds go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.

Art prints are wrapped in a plastic sleeve and shipped in a protective cardboard tube. 

Choose from 12.66" x 17"  printed on 240g satin finish photo paper, or 18" x 24" printed on matte finish paper.

Patrick Rothfuss was born in Madison, Wisconsin to awesome parents. After nine years at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, he accidentally had enough credits to graduate with an English degree. Patrick then went to grad school. He’d rather not talk about it. In March 2007, The Name of the Wind was published and met with surprising success. In the years since, it has been translated into 30 languages, won all manner of awards, and become a bestseller in several countries. After a great deal of work and a few raised eyebrows from his patient editor, Wise Man’s Fear came out in March 2011, immediately hitting #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list. When not working on the third book of the series, Pat plays with his kiddos, makes mead, and runs Worldbuilders, a geek-centered charity that has raised more than a million dollars for Heifer International. For more information about Patrick Rothfuss, check out his blog.


Phil McDarby is a Freelance Digital Artist, Photographer & Composer. He has been drawing and painting fantasy and sci-fi characters and environments for most of his life, and made the jump from traditional to digital around 1998. He has won over 50 international awards, including multiple CG Choice Awards from the CGSociety and the Golden Torus Award. His work has featured in many publications, including Expose 6 and 7 from Ballistic Media and many international magazines, and he has composed music for film and television. At MediaLab Europe, he worked on numerous games - modelling and animating the game assets and environments, designing the sound effects, and composing the soundtracks. In 2004, Phil co-founded Vyro Games, where for 5 years, he oversaw the creative process, while also taking a hands-on role in all aspects of content production. In 2009, he was accepted into the Illustrators Guild of Ireland. He now works as a freelance Concept Artist/Illustrator. Phil lives in Dublin with his wife Aifric and daughters Sofia and Ava. You can see some of Phil McDarby's other work on his website.