We are now accepting Original Art Commissions for Olivier Vatine prior to his appearance at San Diego Comic-Con--where his graphic novel Niourk is nominated for an Eisner Award for Best U.S. Edition of International Material.
Olivier offers these options for your commissions:
A4 measures 210 x 297 millimeters or 8.27 x 11.69 inches (approximately letter size).
A3 measures 297 x 420 millimeters or 11.69 x 16.53 inches (approximately 11x17 comic page size).
Olivier will complete your commission in his studio in Montpellier, France, and deliver it to San Diego Comic-Con where you can pick up your commission from Olivier at our booth at SDCC--or from our store after SDCC.
Olivier will be at our SDCC Booth #5012 on Friday 7/19 3pm-6pm and Saturday 7/20 4pm-6pm to greet his fans and sign his books and prints.
If you choose to have your commission shipped to you, it will need to be sent via USPS Priority Mail and additional postage will be required.
Please contact us via email or phone if you have any questions about ordering a commission.
Olivier Vatine studied fine arts in Rouen, where in 1977, he met Thierry Cailleteau and together they made 'Fred et Bob,' 'Stan Pulsar,' and the bestselling sci-fi epic 'Aquablue' (an inspiration for James Cameron's Avatar). With Fred Blanchard he started working for the American market with the Dark Horse comic 'Star Wars: Heir of the Empire.' Beyond comics, Vatine worked in advertising and animation. In 1998, he and partner Blanchard discovered Didier Cassegrain working in their animation studio and the trio collaborated on the series 'Tao Bang.' Vatine has edited comics lines for Delcourt, Ankama, and Glenat, often contributing stories and layouts (storyboards). He also founded the Comix Buro line of sketchbooks and deluxe editions. Vatine's Niourk is nominated for an Eisner Award for Best U.S. Edition of International Material.