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"I lie awake and listen..."

Giclée
Limited Edition of 50
Approximately 12 x 16 inch

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Inspired by Stephen King ouvre, Salems Lot, It, Pet Cemetery, IT, Carrie, Cat's Eye, Silver bullet, and The Monkey

The Hero Complex Gallery presents King For a Day, an art tribute to the work of Stephen King. A portion of all proceeds will go to The Haven Foundation, chosen by Stephen King himself, a non-profit organization that aids freelance creatives who are unable to work due to disease or accident.


"Impossible houses #3"

Part of Dreamstate, a print set together with Louis Reith
Comes in a numbered edition of 20 copies

Exclusively available at Little Paper Planes in San Francisco and & Pens Press in Los Angeles, US.

"Lolita"

Giclée
Limited edition of 10 signed and numbered prints
40 x 50 cm / 19 x 16 inch

Available here

Inspired by Vladimir Nabokov and Stanley Kubrick. Original hand drawn. High quality giclée fine art print on museum etching paper.

"Global Fashionweek picks FW 2014 / 15"

From Left to right FW 14/15: Tom Browne menswear, Bora Aksu, Diane Von Furstenberg, Sophie webster, Marc Jacobs, Raoul, Shaun Samson, Alexander Wang.

Graphite on paper and digital colouring.

Today my love of extraordinary fashion and my personal work came together in a beauty full way. I am happy to announce that as of today I am officially part of the wonderful agency UNIT Amsterdam. If you need any of my specialized fashion illustrations, that's where you can go to.

unit.nl


"Kate"

Graphite on paper and digital colouring


Mother Earth
graphite on paper



"Impossible houses #2"

Other worldly
A non existing place, I dream a lot about houses and other worldly atmospheres. This is one of them.

Graphite on paper

Deep Summer
Graphite on paper


Indra
graphite and colored pencils on paper


Martine Johanna illustrates ‘Ulysses ’
by James Joyce

Dutch artist Martine Johanna has created a series of beautifully detailed drawings in response to Molly
Bloom’s stream-of-consciousness soliloquy at the close of James Joyce’s classic novel of 1920.

The Purple Book examines the close relationship between illustration and the written word as a means for representing our relationship with desire and the dream-state. Inspired by the infamous literary quarterly of the Fin de siècle, The Yellow Book, it revisits the intimate language and flights of imagination of writers known for sensual and hallucinatory storytelling, including text by Edgar Allan Poe, James Joyce, Christina Rossetti, and Georges Bataille. This writing is paired with the work of contemporary illustrators whose output is influenced by the Symbolists and Surrealists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries movements in art and literature that tapped the far reaches of imagination and the intimate embrace between word and image, poetry and picture-making. What all the artists in this book share, whether their style is as densely decorative as that of Vania Zouravliov, Tim Hon Hung Lee and Laura Laine, or understated and spare like that of Makiko Sugawa, Deanne Cheuk and Jules Julien, is a strong sense of the decadent and the fantastical. Their images access parts of the imagination unfettered by reality and enter into a universe of dreams.

About the authors:
Angus Hyland is an art director, designer and author. He is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and a partner at Pentagram Design London. His books include Hand to Eye (2003) with Roanne Bell, The Picture Book (2010) and, Symbol (2011) with Steven Bateman. Angharad Lewis is an independent writer and editor and former editor of Grafik magazine. She has contributed articles to Eye, Icon, Crafts and Etapes magazines and contributed to, authored and edited books including Public Address System (2006), Street Talk (2006 ) and for Laurence King Materials Process Print (2007). In 2012 she launched online magazine and design retailer Up Side Up.

Publication date: June 2012
Hardback, £35.00
224 Pages, 250 colour illustrations
For more information, images
and review copies contact:
Lewis Laney
lewis @laurenceking.com
Tel: 020 7841 6941

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