Mozart's Requiem: An Illuminated Manuscript

Created by Ethereal Visions Publishing

An Art Nouveau inspired 60-page book with full-page illustrations, lyrics in Latin and English, and a brief history on Mozart's Requiem

Latest Updates from Our Project:

Final full-page illustration is complete!
11 months ago – Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 08:59:31 PM

"From the pains of hell and the bottomless pit"

De Poenis Inferni, Et De Prof Undo Lacu: (From the pains of hell and the bottomless pit)

The final full-page illustration is now complete! We can't wait to see how the gold ink flame design is illuminated in the final product :-)

What happens next?

So glad you asked! The next step towards completing this project will be the creation of print-ready files for production. The process will involve Matt color correcting all images, separating each of the gold ink plates, typesetting the book, proofing the text and translations, and finally sending off the files for production. Once these steps are complete, you will post an update with a better idea of the final delivery date. 

We much appreciate everyone's support and patience with this first-ever visual adaptation of Mozart's Requiem. We hope everyone has a beautiful holiday!


New Illustration REVEALED - Agnus Dei, Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi
11 months ago – Sun, Nov 17, 2019 at 06:45:35 PM

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New Illustration - Lux Aeterna Luceat Eis
12 months ago – Sat, Nov 09, 2019 at 10:17:23 AM

New Illustration 

Revealing the Lux Aeterna illustration for the Mozart's Requiem book! It is titled Lux Aeterna Luceat Eis (May eternal light shine on them). 

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There are only a few illustrations left before we can send this unique edition to print!


Kyrie Eleison illustration
12 months ago – Fri, Nov 01, 2019 at 10:03:44 AM

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UPDATE TO ILLUSTRATION "Save me, O font of goodness"
about 1 year ago – Fri, Oct 25, 2019 at 06:36:17 PM


After starring at the finished work for several hours (not kidding), Matt decided that the face and hands of the two figures were not working, so he revisited the piece.

Below is the updated version of Salva Me, Fons Pietatis (Save me, O font of goodness). I think the updates made give the illustration a far more loving feel. Let us know what you think!

Updated Salva Me, Fons Pietatis (Save me, O font of goodness).

Thank you for all of your support on this project!