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With 10 Hugos as Best Professional Artist and countless other awards, Kelly Freas is the most popular and prolific science fiction artist today. His gritty, realistic work in the 1950s set a new agenda for magazine and book covers--which artists follow still. But, his painting also can reveal a relaxed humor, with their cheeky scoundrels and personable aliens. More than 24 publications featured his work, including Analog, Astounding Science Fiction, and The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. He's illustrated stories by some of the greatest sci-fi writers--Asimov, Heinlein, Clarke, e.g.--as well as record and CD art. He also did the original, definitive 3-D bust of Alfred E. Neumann, Mad magazine's gap-toothed mascot. A new volume of Freas's art is always something to celebrate, and this one, containing the all the best of his work from 1984 to the present, is no exception.

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With 10 Hugos as Best Professional Artist and countless other awards, Kelly Freas is the most popular and prolific science fiction artist of all time. His work has graced more than 24 magazines, stories by some of the greatest SF writers, and record and CD covers. Freas even created the original bust of Alfred E. Newman, MAD magazines mascot. A new volume of Freass art is always something to celebrate, and this one, containing Freass best work from 1984 on, is no exception. “An automatic purchase for any library of contemporary fantastic and SF illustration.”—SFRA Review.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781855858480
Subtitle:
As He Sees It
Foreword:
Powers, Tim
Author:
Freas, Frank Kelly
Author:
Brodian Freas, Laura
Author:
Laura Brodian Freas
Author:
Powers, Tim
Author:
Freas, Kelly
Publisher:
Paper Tiger
Location:
London
Subject:
General
Subject:
Individual Artist
Subject:
Science fiction
Subject:
Commercial - Illustration
Subject:
Fantasy in art
Subject:
General Art
Subject:
RELIGION - JUDAICA TRD HC
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Series Volume:
106-117
Publication Date:
20001231
Binding:
Hardback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
all in color
Pages:
112
Dimensions:
12 x 9 in

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With 10 Hugos as Best Professional Artist and countless other awards, Kelly Freas is the most popular and prolific science fiction artist of all time. His work has graced more than 24 magazines, stories by some of the greatest SF writers, and record and CD covers. Freas even created the original bust of Alfred E. Newman, MAD magazines mascot. A new volume of Freass art is always something to celebrate, and this one, containing Freass best work from 1984 on, is no exception. “An automatic purchase for any library of contemporary fantastic and SF illustration.”—SFRA Review.

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