White Cloud Worlds: An Anthology of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artwork from Aotearoa New Zealand (Volume 2)

Author(s): Paul Tobin (editor)

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White Cloud Worlds (Volume 2) is an incredible collection of science fiction and fantasy artwork from Aotearoa New Zealand. It is the follow-up to the award-winning publication of the same name.
Let the work of 41 established and emerging artists who call New Zealand home elevate you once again to the expansive, rich plateau of the imagination - where each artist is lavishly showcased with a selection of their work and accompanying text that share their origins, inspirations and ambitions.
This book also includes written contributions from two of the world’s leading masters of the imagination, Ian McCaig and Wayne Barlowe.
The work within these pages celebrates not only the skill of the artists but the breadth of their imaginations. From the beautiful to the bizarre, frightening to fantastical, allow yourself a break from the mundane and get lost in the visually
rich creations detailed in this book. You might find that you may not want to leave!

$39.99(NZD) RRP $79.99(NZD)

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Paul Tobin has worked as a concept designer at Weta Workshop since 2003 and is director of Ignite Inc., a small company dedicated to the celebration of individual creativity through collective projects. Paul also teaches illustration part time at Massey University and works as a freelance concept designer and illustrator.
Paul has a Bachelor of Design (Hons) from the Massey University of Creative Arts and a Bachelor of Arts from Victoria University where he majored in classical studies and English language. He has indulged his passion for ancient worlds by extensive travel and work as a volunteer archaeologist.

General Fields

  • : 9780473215040
  • : harper collins nz
  • : harper collins nz
  • : November 2012
  • : 305x253mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Hardback
  • : 776.0993
  • : 147
  • : Colour and black and white
  • : Paul Tobin (editor)