Edgar Allen Poe's spooky and classic poem "The Raven" is a poetic tale of lament over the loss of a love. The narrator, who is in the throes of sorrow, encounters a raven who only speaks one word: "nevermore." The raven's repetition of this marks the descent of the narrator into torment and madness. The reader is left to assume that the raven stays with the narrator, forever reminding him of his loss. Poe's poem was published in 1845, and quickly became his most famous piece of work.
In an ode to Poe's poem, artist Lauren Hoeffer created Nevermore's eerily beautiful mauve coat. Images of ravens, gothic filigree, spider webs, and a skull cover her sides. A pearly finish and a delicate lacy pattern underneath underscore this model's haunting feel. Nevermore has an alert expression, almost as if she's checking behind her to see if she too is being watched by the raven!
A limited edition of 3000 pieces, she has "Nevermore 2018" written on her belly.