Boognish - Brown • Autographed modern archival pigment print • Signed by Gene Ween • Digitally reproduced from an original sketch by Gene Ween exclusively drawn for this print • Printed on Hahnemehle Photo Rag 308 GSM 100% cotton paper • 11 x 17 inches
Hand numbered in limited edition of 5 • Example: # /5
House of Roulx blind embossing • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Hand-signed letter of authenticity • Signatures and number on final item received may vary slightly from reference image shown here
"Most of our fans seem to be very intelligent people who don't stand out too much, but they're still total freaks. I like that - they're smart and sadistic, which I think is a reflection at us."
From Ween's earliest days, they claimed to be "sprouted from the demon-god Boognish." The Boognish has appeared thrice to the prophet brothers Dean and Gene Ween. It resides somewhere outside the orbital buffer. Tradition has it that this entity holds a scepter in each hand: that of wealth and that of power. The icon of the Boognish is the band's logo. "Boognish" is also featured in the lyrics of several Ween songs, including "Up on th' Hill," "Pass the Bong," "The Stallion, pt. 4," and "Sketches of Winkle."
The color "brown" is also featured in the lyrics of the songs "Can't Put My Finger on It," "Mutilated Lips," "If You Could Save Yourself (You'd Save Us All) and "Chocolate Town," The title of the band's live album Paintin' the Town Brown, and the title of the song "Try Not to Be Brown."
Autographed by Gene Ween
Modern Archival Pigment Print
Printed on Hahnemehle Photo Rag 308 GSM 100% Cotton Paper
Digitally Reproduced from an Original Sketch by Gene Ween Exclusively Drawn for this Print
Hand-Numbered in Limited Edition
Signatures and Number on Final Item Received May Vary Slightly From Reference Image Shown Here