Elsewhere - The fantasy art of Jesper Ejsing
Warning: Last items in stock!
|Number of pages||408|
|Language||English / French|
ELSEWHERE - The fantasy art of Jesper Ejsing
On a sweet Christmas night of 1986, following in the glorious footsteps of voyager-artists from past centuries, Jesper Ejsing decided to go walkabout. Equipped with pencils and brushes (plus a shield and a long sword, because well, you never know…), he travelled to faraway lands, trailed through millennial forests, and dived to the bottom of the oceans. The most unexpected creatures have posed for him. Witness to thousands of epic battles, he has become a trove of legends. Some shall say the illustrations, which compose this collection, are pure figments of his imagination. But seriously, can you believe, an artist, as talented as he may be, could be a virtuoso to the point of dispensing with models? He has met each and every one of them: it’s a certainty!
So naturally, his drawings weren’t lost on a Cyclops’ gaze and all the great names of fantasy came running. This is how Jesper Ejsing’s paintings ended up illustrating Magic: the Gathering cards, Dungeons & Dragons books, games such as Runewars or Descent, and many more. Some shall say they were made to order, but let us leave the skeptics to their pathetic quibbles and dive without delay into this incredible road book. Adventure calls and awaits none!
Jesper Ejsing is a freelance Danish artist, famous for the illustrations he's been painting of fantasy worlds for the past 15 years.
For more information on his first artbook, don't hesitate to visit the publisher's website (well, that's us too ^^).
And even better: there is a COLLECTOR VERSION available here !
Finally, don't miss the Prints that we will release for this special occasion. A unique opportunity to get your hands on a Demogorgon without losing your life in the process :)
Offer available from 1 February.
ORDER SPECIAL SHIPPING OFFER : until jan. 31st, shipping is only FIVE EUROS, and that is, for ANYWHERE in the World.
One last word: if you like Jesper Esjing's work, don't miss The Big Kopinski, an incredible artbook by a master of the genre :)
The book will ship in January or very early February 2019