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Illustrators and other artists in books, magazines and DVDs from after the 1950s.

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  1. THE ART OF MUNASHICHI
    $35.00

    Munashichi is an illustrator who became popular drawing steampunk-like fantasy worlds with an overwhelming fineness and detail. Munashichi is well known in the anime and gaming industry for the concept design for the acclaimed video games Tales of Zestiriaand Tales of Berseria, the concept artwork for the anime television series Princess Principals, which was licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America and MVM films in UK. Gigantic, sky-high buildings, deeply extended caverns, complexly crossed pipes, factory scenes, abandoned places and nostalgic townscapes are themes commonly seen in Munashichi's illustrations. This book includes Munashichi's past illustration works, concept images for games and anime series, original works and newly drawn illustrations just for this book. Learn More
  2. SIGNATURE ART OF BRIAN STELFREEZE

    Regular Price: $49.99

    Sale Price $29.99

    With never-before-seen sketches, fan favorite classic pieces, and essays and commentary from contemporaries, collaborators, and Stelfreeze himself, readers and fans get an unprecedented look at how favorite characters and adventures were born. Stelfreeze is a painter, penciller, and comic book artist who has worked for nearly every major comic book publisher. Primarily known as a cover artist, painting more than fifty covers for DC's Shadow of the Bat, he's also produced a significant amount of sequential work, including BOOM! Studios' Day Men, and Matador for Wildstorm. Learn More
  3. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY SPECIAL #5 The Art of Commando
    $34.99

    Featuring very good war artwork from the popular British periodical Commando--cover art and interiors, with in-depth features on Ian Kennedy, Neil Roberts, Keith Burns, and Ken Barr. Interviews with its editor and writers, orgins and history. Unique in-depth interview with legendary Commando artist Gordon Livingstone; Step by step revelations from Commando artists on how they create their iconic art;  Tales from the Commando HQ and writers' revelations. Learn More
  4. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY SPECIAL #6 The Art of Brian Bolland
    $34.99

    Featuring and rejoicing in the art and life of Brian Bolland, right up to date (The Art of Brian Bolland, on sale, was published in 2006). This includes: In-depth interview with Brian; Reproductions of some of the most iconic Bolland artwork; Judge Dredd, Batman, Powerman, Time Out & Oz magazines, much more; Recollections from and about friends, colleagues and fans. Art here is fantastic, lots of great, fine-line material and some fun surprises. Its packed, and in full color. Learn More
  5. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY #28
    $24.99

    Cool cover feature on Frank Kelly Freas, The "Dean" of Science Fiction artists, whose career spanned more than 50 years; Yvonne Gilbert: The outstanding young British artist who created "one of the most famous record sleeves of all time." Laurent Durieux: Brussels illustrator and alternative movie poster artist (and film director), whose new art book we will be handling this spring. And a nice feature on German fantasy artist Heinrich Kley with both b&w and rare color work, from anthropomorphic alligators to war satire. Some nudity. Learn More
  6. IMAGINE! Automobile Concept Art from the 1930S to the 1980S
    $90.00

    Patrick Kelley presents a wealth of eye-catching car designs—more than 230 images from eighty-seven different artists—that he has spent over fifteen years gathering and assembling into the Kelley Collection. These artworks are rare survivors, vivid illustrations of the singular work of the men and women who drew and designed the vehicles from their art school days through their later employment with the auto industry’s Big Three: GM, Chrysler and Ford. IMAGINE! is a tender tribute to the artists’ contributions and imagination, transporting us back to a time in US commercial history when the wildest dreams were encouraged and there was nothing but the open road ahead. Learn More
  7. ORIGINAL ART Daniel Clowes Studio Edition
    $175.00

    Original Art: Daniel Clowes turns the spotlight on one of the medium’s most dynamic creators, now well known to movie-goers. This draws from 30 years of comics art, ranging from his seminal one-man anthology, Eightball (in which Ghost World was originally serialized), to his most recent graphic novel, 2016’s best-selling time travel thriller, Patience. Plus new covers, endpapers, and other surprises from Clowes, including five unpublished pages of an abandoned graphic novel. Learn More
  8. MISTY PRESENTS THE JORDI BADIA ROMERO COLLECTION
    $24.99

    Deluxe over-sized collection of best-of stories by an unsung master of British horror comics. Here is the incredible art of Jordi Badía Romero (brother of Modesty Blaise artist Enrique Romero). This is one of two 1970s Fleetway titles that he made a huge contribution to. His career began along with his brother's in the early 1950s, with Spanish romance and adventure work. Under the name Jorge Galvez, he did several stories from Creepy; then he worked on Tarzan in the 1980s. His fine-line style is very close to that of his brother's, who is considered the finest Modestly Blaise artist ever. Learn More
  9. BILL SIENKIEWICZ REVOLUTION Volume 1 Deluxe Signed
    $350.00

    Contained in a fabric-covered clamshell box is a collection of 40 individual deluxe reproductions of previously unpublished paintings, drawings, sketches, and mixed media works, Printed on heavy stock in with the highest standards, most in full color. None of these plates are collected in the trade edition--and the trade edition, with 224 pages of different material, is not in this. This is a companion set, with only the interview and introduction repeated here and printed as a separate, oversized 10x13, 16-page booklet and signed by the artist. Sienkiewicz explains his influences and techniques and offers his view on the future of comic book art. Learn More
  10. ILLUSTRATORS ANNUAL 2019

    Regular Price: $40.00

    Sale Price $34.95

    A highlight of the time-honored gathering of children's publishers in Bologna, Italy, the Illustrators Annual is juried every year from the finest art at the show. Celebrating debut and storied talent from around the world—talent poised to engage a whole new generation of book lovers—this glorious compendium can be read cover to cover or browsed through at random. A delightful glimpse into the future of children's books, in a wide variety of styles and media. Learn More

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