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Spectrum 11: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art

Category: Art book series   Tags: Fantasy Art, Illustration, Science Fiction Art

Spectrum 11: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art by Chris Moore

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Amazon.com (English)

Product details:

Hardcover: 208 pages

Year: 2004

Editor: Cathy Fenner, Arnie Fenner

Publisher: Underwood Books

Language: English

Product description:

Now in its 11th year, and just getting bigger and better, this eagerly anticipated volume in the art and art-buying world represents the who's who in fantasy today. Spectrum is the first and only illustration annual to focus solely on fantastic art, with over 300 artists featured. Divided into seven categories, including one devoted to comics and graphic novels, Spectrum is a feast of disparate vision and artistic imagining, showcasing, among others: John Howe, fantasy illustrator and designer for Lord of the Rings; Peter deSeve, conceptual artist on Finding Nemo; Anita Kunz's work from Rolling Stone; the exquisite acrylics of Michael Whelan; the poignant work of John Jude Palancer; Doug Chiang, design director for Star Wars and creator of Robota; and Jon Foster, also of Star Wars fame. Lively, idiosyncratic, and sometimes shocking, this work continues to push against the meniscus of reality, exploring new realms of inventiveness and creativity, be it from movies, video games, ads, or art galleries.

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