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Below the Root Art Print by Aaron Becker - My own take on the city of Greensky from Zilpha Keatley Snyder's fantasy series "Below the Root", published back in the 70s.

Below the Root Art Print by Aaron Becker - My own take on the city of Greensky from Zilpha Keatley Snyder's fantasy series "Below the Root", published back in the 70s.

“Robert Tirado is an illustrator, graphic artist, currently based in Madrid. His style is characterized by mixing a wide variety of digital and manual techniques, mainly inspired by female beauty, fashion and photography, supported by the geometry, art and music. Tirado has had the opportunity to exhibit his work in major galleries in America and Europe. His works have been published in books like “The great big book of fashion illustration” * anova books, UK * and “Back to the roots”…

“Robert Tirado is an illustrator, graphic artist, currently based in Madrid. His style is characterized by mixing a wide variety of digital and manual techniques, mainly inspired by female beauty, fashion and photography, supported by the geometry, art and music. Tirado has had the opportunity to exhibit his work in major galleries in America and Europe. His works have been published in books like “The great big book of fashion illustration” * anova books, UK * and “Back to the roots”…

Alien-a-Day #40Floralian. A subspecies of plant-based sentient life-forms. Though their society (and carnivorous tendencies) can seem aggressive to outsiders they see themselves as an enlightened society of artists poets and philosophers. Average Floralians would like nothing more than to spend their days roots planted in a nice soil reading the classics and snacking on small mammals.  Alien-A-Day is a series of daily posts leading up to the release of Red's Planet a graphic novel by Eddie…

Alien-a-Day #40Floralian. A subspecies of plant-based sentient life-forms. Though their society (and carnivorous tendencies) can seem aggressive to outsiders they see themselves as an enlightened society of artists poets and philosophers. Average Floralians would like nothing more than to spend their days roots planted in a nice soil reading the classics and snacking on small mammals. Alien-A-Day is a series of daily posts leading up to the release of Red's Planet a graphic novel by Eddie…

Flower and bird study by the Nihonga painter Watanabe Shōtei. It reflects the influence of the Parisian art scene he experienced in the late 1870's as one of the few Japanese artists living in Paris. We know his work primarily from a series of albums published at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, including this volume with studies of birds and flowers. (Posted by Julie L. Melby. Graphic Arts. February 7, 2012. Princeton University)

Flower and bird study by the Nihonga painter Watanabe Shōtei. It reflects the influence of the Parisian art scene he experienced in the late 1870's as one of the few Japanese artists living in Paris. We know his work primarily from a series of albums published at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, including this volume with studies of birds and flowers. (Posted by Julie L. Melby. Graphic Arts. February 7, 2012. Princeton University)

Eva Melhuish is an illustrator who has been published across Europe, the USA and has worked on global projects with UNICEF. With a Swedish mother and English father, Eva is bi-lingual and has travelled extensively. Her work reflects this diverse background and she illustrates a wide range of subjects, from natural history and horses to gardening and educational books. Eva grew up in Sweden and her Scandinavian roots are a key influence. She is best known for her atmospheric Christmas…

Eva Melhuish is an illustrator who has been published across Europe, the USA and has worked on global projects with UNICEF. With a Swedish mother and English father, Eva is bi-lingual and has travelled extensively. Her work reflects this diverse background and she illustrates a wide range of subjects, from natural history and horses to gardening and educational books. Eva grew up in Sweden and her Scandinavian roots are a key influence. She is best known for her atmospheric Christmas…

Hop Step Jump  Keiichi Tanaami (Tokyo, Japan)    Hop Step Jump brings together portraits of colorful, eccentric figures that interpret "Life and Hereafter", essential truth and source of inspiration to Keiichi Tanaami. Tanaami's vivid and highly surreal drawings are often considered psychedelic. However, a closer look reveals that his drawings go far beyond psychedelic trops. They have their roots in his tense personal recollections: memories, dreams and nightmares.    Keiichi Tanaami…

Hop Step Jump Keiichi Tanaami (Tokyo, Japan) Hop Step Jump brings together portraits of colorful, eccentric figures that interpret "Life and Hereafter", essential truth and source of inspiration to Keiichi Tanaami. Tanaami's vivid and highly surreal drawings are often considered psychedelic. However, a closer look reveals that his drawings go far beyond psychedelic trops. They have their roots in his tense personal recollections: memories, dreams and nightmares. Keiichi Tanaami…

Max Ernst-Une semaine de bonté ("A Week of Kindness") is a graphic novel and artist's book by Max Ernst, first published in 1934. It comprises 182 images created by cutting up and re-organizing illustrations from Victorian encyclopedias and novels.

Max Ernst-Une semaine de bonté ("A Week of Kindness") is a graphic novel and artist's book by Max Ernst, first published in 1934. It comprises 182 images created by cutting up and re-organizing illustrations from Victorian encyclopedias and novels.

Written by LEN WEIN Art by BERNIE WRIGHTSON and NESTOR REDONDO Cover by BERNIE WRIGHTSON The tales that made Swamp Thing a fan-favorite are collected in trade paperback! Featuring the first appearance from HOUSE OF SECRETS #92, along with SWAMP THING #1-13 and moody art by legendary artist Bernie Wrightson.

Written by LEN WEIN Art by BERNIE WRIGHTSON and NESTOR REDONDO Cover by BERNIE WRIGHTSON The tales that made Swamp Thing a fan-favorite are collected in trade paperback! Featuring the first appearance from HOUSE OF SECRETS #92, along with SWAMP THING #1-13 and moody art by legendary artist Bernie Wrightson.

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