Even Mehl Amundsen - TEGN: Book Two


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Author Even Mehl AMUNDSEN
Publisher Editions Caurette
Binding Hardcover
Number of pages 176
Height (cm) 30
Width (cm) 21
Weight (kg) 1kg
Language English
Release date 2018
ISBN 979-10-96315-11-6

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366 stories, a full universe in three books ! (Part 2)

Shared with the community, first online, and now as a series of beautiful books: TEGN - Book Two - by Even Mehl Amundsen is the second of three books featuring the journeys and stories that came about as the result of a decision on the first day of the year: "draw something today, and the next day and the next" and soon the doodles took on a life of their own, summoning up grand adventures and ideas for a world emerging slowly from the mists of imagination.

The book will be in the classic A4 Format and has 176 pages of the TEGN storyline. Additionally there will be pages of  extra content and guest-art by other amazing artists: Fred Rambaud, Iris Compiet, Jonathan Mathiasen, Julio Reyna, Kate Pfeilschiefter, Kim Jung Gi, Mads Ahm, Mikkel Mainz, Milivoj Ćeran and Paul Bonner!!!

About Even Mehl Amundsen:

Even Mehl Amundsen is a freelance concept artist from Norway who has worked for studios like Volta, Blizzard, Riot, Wizards of the Coast and many more. Besides that he has been working on his own world shown in TEGN. He also travels a lot, teaching what he has learned in workshops and giving advice to newcomers.

What is TEGN?

366 days, 366 sketches telling 366 stories, some smaller, some greater. Shared first with online community it has now been published as a series of 3  beautiful books: TEGN - Book Two - by Even Mehl Amundsen is the second of three books exquisitely drawn and written by Even Mehl Amundsen.

What does TEGN mean?

Even Mehl Admundsen: "Tegn" has three meanings in Norwegian, my mother tongue, all of them serving as some sort of reference for the book. It can mean "Draw", the relevance of which is kind of obvious, it can mean "mark" or "symbol", and it can mean "omen". I figured it would be a good name for this project.

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For more informations about this book, visit the Editions Caurette website