Science Fiction Illustration: The Near Future and Fantasy Worlds Creators' Showcase


 

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Description

From the publisher:

Discover unknown worlds in this anthology of illustrations focusing on Science Fiction. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking and astounding futuristic images created by 32 creators.

This book is a large-format anthology that introduces 32 contemporary artists and their works depicting near-future and imaginary worlds with a variety of illustration styles and outstanding techniques.

Inside you will find a devastated apocalyptic world, a society with advanced science, humans and cities that are a fusion of machines and advanced technology, characters traveling through an infinite universe, novel gadgets with huge potential, and the future that we may have dreamt of during childhood. Enjoy these highlights from the world of science fiction illustration printed in full color and with a beautiful binding. Also, at the end of the book, there is a feature on the method of Atsuya Uki, a visual artist and illustrator who creates unique worlds with his vivid colors and bold compositions.

These dramatic and captivating visions invite us to explore unknown worlds and remind us of the discoveries of a future yet to be seen. From the "S"ukoshi "F"ushigi (A Little Weird) world hidden in the daily lives of children, to mysterious creatures and robotic mecha that stir up the imagination, you'll come to appreciate various genres of "S"cience "F"iction worlds.

The 32 artists featured in this collection are Rolua, Asteroid, EVILVIT, Syu Taniguchi, waneella, APO+, Novelance, JNTHED, Aamond, AF_KURO, Shinya Mizuno, PALOW, CLT, Esuthio, neco, Atsuya Uki, SWAV, IBUKI, Ewo kaku, PETER, Sheng Lam, Yukiko Kata, Yota Tsukino, K,Kanehira, KUROIMORI, Rapt Haguruma, Keiji Hida, Punch, miche (Bourei Koubou), Tateri Ueda, Akane Malbeni, Sakana Sakatsuki, and Kashiwai.

Text fully bilingual in English and Japanese.

Features

Condition & Attributes

Very Fine in Very Fine dustjacket

Publishing Information

Tokyo
Pie International
2022
1st
9784756255228

Physical Description

9.9 inches
10.3 inches
160 pages
color illustrations
Softcover
wraps