Daniele Serra is a professional illustrator and winner of The British Fantasy Society Best Artist Award, 2012. His work has been published in Europe, Australia and the United States, and displayed at various exhibits across the U.S. and Europe. He has provided illustrations for authors such as Brian Stableford, Rain Graves and Steven Savile. He […]
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Joe J. Calkins is a self-taught illustrator and graphic designer residing near Portland, Oregon. While most of his finished works are digital these days, they all include some hand-drawn or painted elements in the process. When not illustrating, Joe dabbles in all forms of traditional art media and spends his time operating his sign, print
Charles Nemitz is a Nevada native and graphic designer who likes nothing more than to doodle and color – almost compulsively. He’s a graduate from the University of Nevada, Reno’s Reynolds School of Journalism. He lives in Reno with his wife Mary and his daughters Katie and Joanna. He is currently the senior designer at
Guilherme Gustavo Condeixa has designed more than 150 book covers and his artwork is featured in many of them, in a variety of countries, including Portugal, England, Scotland, Angola, USA and Australia. His work is also featured in the first issue of Apropos Literary Journal, run by a group of senior English majors at the University of Mary Washington.
Landscapes of Science Fiction and Fantasy Jeff Sturgeon is a Northwest artist known for his beautiful, award-winning metal paintings, usually involving space in one form or another. But not always. Latest Cover by Jeff Sturgeon The Last Serial Killer by Russ Crossley Jeff is known for beautiful landscapes. He paints primarily with acrylics on either
James (but you can call him Jim) is a professional illustrator who creates big art – murals – as well as the tiny art required of e-book cover design. He has illustrated books for Douglas Smith. He follows a process that takes him inside the story. In his words: Up until now every piece I’ve created has