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Framed Fantasy, part 1

by | Jan 17, 2011 | Art

My wife and I recently came into possession of some new furniture which prompted us to redecorate a few parts of our house. As part of that effort, I finally got around to framing and hanging some artwork I’d had lying around.

First up, because I’m currently reading Brandon Sanderson’s upcoming novel, Mistborn: The Alloy of Law, and because I’ve been immersed in his world of Allomancers (people who can metabolize various metals to get magical effects), I thought I’d find a nice place on my wall in my office for this Allomantic Chart I got a while back. It’s like a periodoatic table of the elements, but for kick-ass Mistborn ninja-assassin…things.

The artwork was designed and created by Isaac Stewart. The poster is signed by both Brandon and Isaac. I chose a nice solid wood frame in order to bring out the warm red and brown colors in the poster.

Coming next time… A collection of rare and significant manuscript pages from early drafts of The Wheel of Time….


  1. Nicholas Bright

    Hi. My name is Nicholas Bright and I was doing a search for Brandon Sanderson’s Allomantic Table and I came across this post. I had the misfortune of finding out about Brandon Sanderson after the release of the first Allomantic Table’s that were signed and numbered by him. I know you probably would not be willing to part with yours, but if by any chance you might know anyone who would I would do just about anything to get my hands on one. I already have the Feruchemy poster numbered and signed and would hopefully like to get a set going. Thank You for taking the time to read this.

  2. Jason Denzel

    Hi Nicholas. Somebody will contact you via email about this. Thanks!


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