Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Kindly Corpses - Final destination!

Finally, the Kindly Corpses are made up, piece by piece. The first Serbian graphic novel in extended and redesigned new edition! The first edition had 104 pages, and this new edition has an amazing 160 pages! Two bonus stories – Corpses That We Loved and Autopsy of Death! Here are a few page views and some beautiful lyrics from the book:

Death like a little girl / page3 / Kindly Corpses

"When death was a little girl
She wanted eternity as a gift
And with her faceless smile
She took my calendar.

Gallery illustration / page 153 / Kindly Corpses

I felt a scream rise up inside me
Like a child’s terror unexplained
My body is an abyss that hunts me again.

Gallery illustration / page 159 / Kindly Corpses
And whose eyes could bring me back
When only the vagaries of words know of me?

Autopsy of Death - bonus story / double-page 138-139

I scream through the morning hours
Until someone hears me..."

Autopsy of Death - bonus story / double-page 140-141

And as I promised, here are the first two chapters of Kindly Corpses (Serbian language version) in PDF format:

Can be kinder than this?

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Lambshead Cabinet

Recently, I received copies of great book – TheThackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities. After Steampunk Reloaded, this is the second book by Ann and Jeff, where I participate with two of my illustrations. I was simply delighted to work with fantastic VanderMeer couple on these great projects. 

A sneak peek at The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet Of Curiosities
"The narrative scope and stellar assemblage of writers and illustrators…makes this a book that will be absolutely cherished by fantasy, science fiction, and steampunk afficionados alike." – Paul Goat Allen, B&N Book Club

Grayscale illustration for The Armor Of Sir Locust / Pen and watered ink on paper
"Sometimes I entertain the ghoulish notion that perhaps this armor is no artifact at all, but rather a mummified skeleton, scooped out subsequent to burial and grave robbery." The Armor Of Sir Locust

Teaser - illustration details for the story Relic by Jeffrey Ford

A carefully selected group of popular artists and acclaimed, bestselling authors has been assembled to bring this cabinet of curiosities to life:

You can order the book at the following links: