Gothic Art Now

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Jasmine Becket-Griffith

For the first time ever, Gothic Art Now brings the very best in dark artwork into the light in one visually stunning volume. Showcasing artists from across the globe, Gothic Art Now reveals their exciting and dynamic new images in this unique collection. Artists expose the tricks of their trade, providing inspiration and insight into how they created their artwork – including work from hot new talents to legendary names such as H. R. Giger. From conventional media such as paint and pencil to stained-glass and digital creations, this book covers a wide range of artforms, demonstrating that this dark genre contains far more colour, diversity and skill than most would ever have imagined.

£20.00

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Published: Oct, 2008

Jasmine Becket-Griffith is a world-renowned gothic and fantasy artist. Her paintings can be found in dozens of books and lines of licensed merchandise, as well as in galleries and collections throughout
the globe.

  • 192 pages
  • h 247mm x w 247mm
  • hardback with jacket
  • full colour throughout, 300 pictures
  • 16,000 words
  • Printed ISBN:978-1-905814-35-0

The following rights for this title have already been sold:

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Spanish
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