THE ART OF DAVE MCKEAN spotlights the long-lasting artist’s work in November
Dave McKean followers might be in for a deal with this 12 months as Darkish Horse Books have introduced Thalamus: The Artwork of Dave McKean – a complete assortment of the artist’s physique of labor November 29, 2023.
Thalamus: The Artwork of Dave McKean might be a slipcase field set of two status hardcovers displaying work from throughout the multimedia British artist’s profession – together with by no means earlier than seen behind the scenes supplies for a lot of of his comics works. Coming in at 600 pages and befitting its status manufacturing values it’ll retail for $149.99.
In line with Darkish Horse:
“Darkish Horse Books presents the primary complete assortment of labor from legendary artist Dave McKean in Thalamus: The Artwork of Dave McKean, a beautifully-designed set of two hardcover volumes with satin ribbon bookmarks, housed collectively in a shocking slipcase displaying new authentic paintings by McKean.
“This assortment options McKean’s work from Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman, Mirrormask, Arkham Asylum, Cages, Black Canine, Raptor, and plenty of extra iconic pictures from fashionable comics, literature, movie, and music. The books additionally embrace never-before-seen bonus materials with commentary by Dave McKean together with a foreword by David Boyd Haycock.
“Thalamus: The Artwork of Dave McKean will span 600 pages, with the set measuring 10.5 x 14”. It would arrive in bookstores November 28, 2023 and comedian outlets November 29, 2023. It’s now accessible to pre-order for $149.99 at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and your native comedian store and indie bookstore.”
Dave McKean is a multimedia and multidisciplinary artist based mostly within the UK who first burst onto the comics scene alongside Neil Gaiman with 1987’s Violent Circumstances. Throughout his profession McKean has utilised varied strategies to provide artwork – of which illustration is only one facet. His most up-to-date work contains the graphic novel Raptor (2021); illustrations for SF Mentioned’s kids’s e book Tyger (2022); and Immediate, a 2022 revealed book-length visible discourse on the controversial topic of machine-generated (typically known as AI) artwork.