The Fantastic Art Of Jacek Yerka

Author: Jacek Yerka
ISBN: 9781883398057
Size: 63.46 MB
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In the tradition of such masters of the surrealist genre as Magritte, Bosch, and Dali, Polish artist Jacek Yerka's works transport viewers into another space and time. This gallery of Yerka's richly mysterious paintings is a delight to the eye and intellect. 21 color photos.

Mind Fields

Author: Jacek Yerka
ISBN: 9780962344794
Size: 31.76 MB
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A collection of fantastic short fiction by an award-winning author is complemented by richly detailed, surrealistic images from a renowned Polish painter. Simultaneous.

Spectrum 6

Author: Cathy Fenner
ISBN: 9781599290454
Size: 77.24 MB
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The latest installment of an annual full-color collection of science-fiction art includes works by Michael Whelan, Jim Burns, Bob Eggleton, comic artists Alex Ross and Charles Vess, Peter de Séve of The New Yorker and many more. Original.

The Crow

Author: J. O'Barr
Publisher: Del Rey
ISBN: 9780345417114
Size: 64.44 MB
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A chilling collection of short fiction and poetry explores the odyssey of The Crow, an avenging force from beyond the grave that brings retribution and redemption, in works by Ramsey Campbell, Andrew Vachss, Alan Dean Foster, and other acclaimed authors. 100,000 first printing.

River Of Mirrors

Author: Judson Huss
ISBN: 9781883398170
Size: 76.97 MB
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The first large-format volume to display the paintings and drawings of one of today's bestselling fantasy artists, River of Mirrors includes dark, edgy, fantastic, grotesque, dream- and sometimes nightmare-like images which testify to Huss's truly idiosyncratic vision of society and the individual. 60 illustrations, 50 in color.

Microcosmic God

Author: Theodore Sturgeon
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1556436599
Size: 41.79 MB
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Gathers seventeen stories including "Shottle Bop," "Yesterday Was Monday," "Completely Automatic," "Poker Face," "Nightmare Island," "The Purple Light," and "The Golden Egg"

The Art Of Daniel Merriam

Author: Daniel B. Merriam
Publisher: Monarch Editions (CA)
ISBN: 9780979715709
Size: 36.36 MB
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This is the second catalogue raisonné of Daniel Merriam's art, which celebrates another decade of the artist's work. This remarkable book features 134 color images of Merriam's vibrant and skillfully executed watercolors. A seasoned and masterful virtuoso with his brush, Merriam forcefully communicates his subtle yet dramatic, comforting yet disarming messages. His carefully constructed environments and dreamy architectural structures are lovingly populated with a diverse array of bizarre, other-worldly denizens. The paintings are illuminated by intimate perspectives and personal accounts in the words of the artist himself. Opening essays are by a distinguished designer, historian and author, Paul Duchscherer, and by an internationally known analytical psychologist and expert on learning styles, Dr. J. Robert Hanson. Welcome to the world of Daniel Merriam's dreams. A taste for adventure and an open mind will make the trip one to savor!

The Architecture Of Image

Author: Juhani Pallasmaa
Publisher: Rakennustieto Oy
ISBN: 9789516826281
Size: 17.71 MB
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This book explores the shared experiential ground of cinema, art, and architecture. Pallasmaa carefully examines how the classic directors Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Andrei Tarkovsky used architectural imagery to create emotional states in their movies. He also explores the startling similarities between the landscapes of painting and those of movies.


Author: Erik Johansson
Publisher: Weldon Owen
ISBN: 9781681881676
Size: 45.34 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Electrical lines that turn into the strings of a massive guitar in the sky. A man dragging a bed sheet, which turns into a road, across an empty field. A charming cottage on an island that is actually the back of a giant fish. Digital photography artist Erik Johansson has achieved international fame by taking and then combining photos into surreal, M.C. Escher–like worlds. This is his first book, and it captures the improbable and impossible in fifty distinctive images. Digital artist Erik Johansson starts with a simple hand-drawn sketch, but what you see in the end is anything but simple: dazzlingly realistic scenes made of hundreds of photographs—all meticulously staged and propped and then stitched together in software—offer a glimpse into wholly invented, incredibly detailed worlds. While shooting takes only a few days, Johansson’s planning and retouching process each take months, resulting in out-of-this-world images that have won him fans worldwide. Here’s what people are saying about the Erik Johannson’s work: “Erik Johansson has created a portfolio of stunning images combining photography, raw materials, and digital editing.” — Daily Mail UK “Erik Johansson … has [taken] the blogosphere by storm by producing heavily manipulated photographs [that] invert aesthetics as we understand them, inspired by MC Escher and other surrealist artists.” — Independent UK