Signed by all five artists, each on the first page of their section. In addition, Hale has added a small head sketch. Out of print.
From the publisher:
This Spectrum Fantastic Art Live! commemorative hardcover art book explores the work of the five special guests at this year's event. Each is a master in contemporary fantastic art. This lavish edition illuminates the art of:
Android Jones, cutting-edge creator, live-stage digital painter at music and art festivals around the world and co-founder of Massive Black. He has created concept art for industry powerhouses such as Nintendo and Industrial Light & Magic.
Brom, an artist whose distinctive vision has been applied to novels, games, comics and film. He's created a series of award-winning horror novels that he both writes and illustrates, titled The Child Thief, The Plucker and The Devil's Rose.
Iain McCaig, world-renowned illustrator, director, storyboard artist, concept artist and character designer. His best-known designs are of the iconic Star Wars characters Darth Maul and Padme Amidala.
Phil Hale, prolific in both the commercial and fine-arts fields, he boasts clients ranging from Microsoft to Playboy. His fine art has been exhibited in galleries across Europe as well as on the walls of Westminster Abbey.
Mike Mignola--writer, artist, designer and concept artist--is the creator of Hellboy, B.P.R.D. and the Amazing Screw-On Head. He is perhaps one of the most respected figures in contemporary comics.
Individually, these artists are peerless in vision and style. Collectively, they represent a rich cross-section of the best in contemporary art. The breathtaking imagery included here was personally chosen by the artists. Introductions to each gallery are by industry greats Christopher Golden, Lorne Lanning, Christopher Paolini and William Stout, plus a short interview with Phil Hale by Tray Batey. This fine-art companion to the inaugural "Spectrum Fantastic Art Live!" convergence is a lush, unique study of an incomparable collection of artists. Limited to 2000 copies.