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Egyptian Hand Towel featuring the painting Mummy Awake by Martin Davey

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Mummy Awake Hand Towel

Martin Davey

by Martin Davey




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Product Details

Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

Design Details

This 'tongue in cheek' horror illustration shows two archaeologists studying an egyptian tomb. One of them has been reading an ancient scroll which... more

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Comments (15)

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Thank you very much Chrystyne. I'm delighted you enjoyed the humour in the mummy horror painting!

Chrystyne Novack

Chrystyne Novack

This makes me chuckle - love the humor in this illustration. Both archaeologists are so intent in studying the sarcophagus that they fail to notice the Mummy in the shadows behind them!

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Featured in the group "Out Of The Ordinary"

Lyric Lucas

Lyric Lucas

Congratulations your creative and unique art work is featured in the "Out Of The Ordinary" group!

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Featured in the group ' Digital works'

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Featured in the group ' WHAT question mark'

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Thanks very much Olaf for your great and very entertaining comment!

Olaf Del Gaizo

Olaf Del Gaizo

"What's that, Mustafa? No, no.. I didn't ask 'who's your daddy?' What I SAID, you blighter, is who's your mu...." Jolly Good! They'll be discussing this art down at the Gentleman Explorer's club I dare say. v.

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Thanks Thomas, I like those old monster movies as well!

Thomas Luca

Thomas Luca

Nice take on the Classic Monster Movies! Love it! F/V.

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Thanks very much John!

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Thanks Anthony and Sandeep!

Anthony Snyder

Anthony Snyder

Awesome work!

Artist's Description

This 'tongue in cheek' horror illustration shows two archaeologists studying an egyptian tomb. One of them has been reading an ancient scroll which was a curse. A mummy has now appeared in the shadows at the back of the tomb.

Most of the ilumination is generated from the lamp that is held in the center of the painting. The light is just starting to fall on to the ancient egyptian mummy. The design of the characters are slightly stylized.

Painted in 2009.

About Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Welcome to the artwork and paintings of artist Martin Davey. Martin creates visual work in a number of styles and media. On this site one can see Martin's illustration work, which is digitally painted in a traditional methods in photoshop. The subjects range from imaginative cartoon and animal subjects, whimsical scenes and horror and scifi. Martin likes all of his artwork and paintings to be as accessible as possible to a wide audience. Detail and colour are important, combined with a simple visual message for any one to enjoy.