Category Archives: Ian Miller

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The Four-Book Finale

In theory Jim’s new book, The Art of Jim Burns: Hyperluminal, won’t be published until 30th September 2014 but there was a chance to buy an early copy at Worldcon so that visitors to the convention could have theirs signed … Continue reading

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Loncon 3, World SF Convention in London

We’re warming up for the convention which takes place at London’s Excel from 14-17 August 2014. We’ll have work on show by many of the artists. Read more about them on their pages from the convention programme: Jim Burns,    … Continue reading

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Reviews for Ian Miller’s new book

The reviews are wonderful. Why did we wait for so long to put this book together? You can buy it directly from Titan. “Here the master of the macabre talks us through some choice images from his backlist…”  The Guardian … Continue reading

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More on Ian Miller’s new book

Here is an interesting blog conversation with Henry Farrell about Ian’s new book published by Titan and also the possible republication of his classic graphic novel written by M John Harrison, The Luck in the Head.

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The Art of Ian Miller

This extensive collection of work by Ian Miller is to be published on 25th March. The images include illustration, concept work for film, and much of Ian’s personal work. It’s been far too long a wait for such a comprehensive … Continue reading

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Ian Miller sale

I met Ian last week so that he could give me the drawing I’ve just bought from him. It’s now framed and I’m delighted with it. There are more for sale on his website. A mighty collection spanning many years … Continue reading

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