Art Appreciation

I don’t know Nico Delort, but wish that I did.
He has almost singlehandedly made Black and White illustration relevant again, as he combines the scale and tonal qualities of Franklin Booth with a more sinuous line and some steel wool (or Photoshop?) lighting/fog effects. Breathtaking work!
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About leemoyer

Lee Moyer creates original artwork, branding and design. His clientele includes: Film: 6 Laurel & Hardy classics, The Call of Cthulhu and Spiderman 2 Theater: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen King and Stephen Sondheim Music: Andre 3000, Tori Amos and John Mellencamp Book: Raymond Chandler, Iain Banks, and HP Lovecraft Web: BET, CareerBuilder and Paramount Pictures Game: Electronic Arts, Hasbro and Sony Education: McGraw-Hill, The National Zoo, and the Smithsonian Institution His work has been featured in Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators, and the New York Times.

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