Cryptik Releases Intricate 'Blue Lotus' & 'Gold Lotus' Lithographs

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Celebrated visual artist Cryptik is set to launch limited edition lithographs entitled Blue Lotus and Gold Lotus. The artworks portray meticulously-crafted mandalas which are spiritual and ritual symbols of the universe in Hinduism and Buddhism. Both pieces — sized 76 cm x 76 cm — are under the Southern Californian creative’s Mantradala series where he aims to use art “as a tool for meditation, introspection, and trance induction,” said Cryptik.

In regards to the forthcoming artworks, the artist said that he was “inspired by the ‘Sacred Science’ of the ancient Egyptians, as well as the practice and creation of Tibetan sand mandalas, this collection reflects the long-forgotten wisdom of our ancestors.”

View both works above and purchase them exclusively on Print Them All’s website for approximately $578 USD each this November 29 at 10 a.m. PDT. In related news, take a look at this week’s best art drops.

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