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  • Flesk Prime

    I’ve written before about Flesk Publications, a small specialty art book publisher that concentrates on presenting illustrators and comics artists. Among the artists are many that I’ve featured here on Lines and Colors. Flesk has published a book called Flesk Prime in which five artists are highlighted in the same volume. Four are artists who…

  • Flesk Publications (update)

    Flesk Publications is a small publisher specializing in art books, and particularly in titles that would be of interest to many lines and colors readers. I first wrote about Flesk two years ago as one of my first posts for lines and colors. At the time the focus of Flesk’s publishing efforts was on two…

  • Flesk Publications

    Flesk is a small publishing house that has issued wonderful collections of work from two of the best pen and ink illustrators in history: Joseph Clement Coll and Franklin Booth. Both are extraordinary in their own way. The site contains small galleries of both artists’ work. The work is reproduced at a smaller size than…

  • Lines and Colors

    Lines and Colors is a blog about painting, drawing, sketching, illustration, comics, cartoons, webcomics, art history, concept art, gallery art, digital art, artist tools and techniques, motion graphics, animation, sci-fi and fantasy illustration, paleo art, storyboards, matte painting, 3d graphics and anything else I find visually interesting. If it has lines and/or colors, it’s fair…

  • Imagery from the Bird’s Home: The Art of Bill Carman

    There are certain contemporary artists in the field of fantastic art whose work I find a continual delight. Notable among them is Bill Carman, who I have written about previously here on Lines and Colors. All too often, I find artists in contemporary fantasy, concept and fantastic art (as well as in “Pop Surrealism”) who…

  • Warren Chang: Narrative Paintings

    Warren Chang is a contemporary American realist painter based in California. After a solid career as an illustrator, Chang transitioned into gallery art 12 years ago, and has achieved wide recognition. Chang’s primary subjects are figures in interiors and figures in landscapes. In the former, which I personally find particularly wonderful, he has an uncanny…