Monthly Archives: April 2014

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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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Paul Cox in Vanity Fair

It’s not often a problem for illustrators but Paul Cox was asked to illustrate an A A Gill article in Vanity Fair on the subject of “perfection anxiety”. Apparently the filthy rich become neurotic about managing their lives and it’s a … Continue reading

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John Harris nomination

John’s image, The Road to “Fire” (left) has been nominated for a Spectrum Award. This is a spectacular painting which shows the travelling artist on the road which runs alongside the abandoned wall. The image on the right is The … 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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Olivia Lomenech Gill at Summerhall

An exhibition of paintings, etchings and bronzes associated with Olivia’s interest in the commemoration of the First World War and The King’s Troop will be shown in association with the Summerhall Historical Fiction Festival in Edinburgh from 2nd May. Prints … Continue reading

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An interview with Jeffrey Alan Love

These covers of Simon Ings’ books commissioned by Orion have attracted a great deal of interest, and now there’s an informative interview with Jeffrey, from DART, courtesy of Peggy Roalf. There’s more on his own site here.

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Paul Cox is back

I’m delighted to be working with Paul Cox again. His subjects are quite different from much of the work on this site but we can all enjoy the warmth of his joyful views, the way he captures the mood of … Continue reading

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Victorian girls

There’s some wonderful new stock photography by Gordon Crabb in his stock section. Classic material for book covers.

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The Hidden Art

John Harris‘s work has been included on a Spanish website, “The Hidden Art” which strives to publicise the best in illustration, concept work and visual development. Many thanks to them. These images (above) are among those chosen by them. It’s … Continue reading

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The Art of Jim Burns – Hyperluminal

The fourth book for Titan is Hyperluminal. Jim Burns has chosen work from all periods of his career and this collection is a superb one which includes many of his recent private commissions, previously unpublished. Publication is due in late … Continue reading

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