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Reid Gore's "MULCH" original character sheet for the animation Reid was writing, illustrating and had just begun animating. The story of "mulch" is rooted in Reid's life and his friends. Each character is based on a friend or merging of personalities from multiple friends. It follows a group of misfit teens navigating life in 2023. Reid's character is Ehno, the dog man boy with star shirt on the right of the illustration.  Maybe you identify with one of these characters. Whether you do or don't, Reid would have happily accepted you into his circle. A real life character trait embodied in Reid Gorecki. Like in life, Reid accepted and loved everyone as they were, whatever they were. Be yourself, and you will find your crew. This is a HIGH quality archival print on Velvet Fine Art Paper. MAT is included. The print is 8x10" and the Mat is 11x14 (standard framing size) It is packaged in archival sleeve for shipping.  Celebrate the weird! (We hope this print will soon be on a TSHIRT AND HOODIE:) (All original artwork is by Reid Gorecki under the name Reid Gore)


20% of the retail price is being donated to support youth mental health. See out YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH in additional info sections. 

"Mulch" by Reid Gore matted archival print on Velvet Fine art Pape

  • 20% of the retail price is being donated to support YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH ART. Reid was passionate about the healing power of ART. In his journals, he talked about ideas to support art therapy for teens in the wellness rooms of schools. We are following the lead he left us through his artwork to raise funds to support youth mental health. Your purchase helps us on this journey. To quote his artist statement, "My art making is a reflection of myself. I think I put on a goofy character and make art to cope with things in my life. These are human experiences shared by many and I think art is my way to process this for myself and show people they are not alone. Through my sketchbooks, my writing, my music, my sculpture, my film and animations I am coping, growing, and getting the never ending flood of ideas out of my head as best I can so they don’t overflow... I know art helps me to feel connected, not alone and that is important for everyone." - Reid Gorecki 2023

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