Synopses & Reviews
Nobrow Leporello - a series of illustrated books, aimed to push the boundaries of print and illustration. Some are educational, all are beautiful.
A thrilling adventure across teh seven seas in which man confronts monstrous sea beasts. Kellie Strom's fantastical seascape boils as sailors in peril battle against titans of the deep. Inspired by tales of mythical creatures attacking ancient mariners, Strom's stunning frieze brings to life the horrors of nautical legend in this ultimate Leviathan showdown.
A stunning double-sided 136 cm panorama about the legends of the sea.
A beautiful concertina that can be read as a book, displayed on a mantelpiece, or even framed as a print.
"Its a superior work of draftsmanship and imagination." - Bleeding Cool
"Nobrow has quickly become a leading publisher of high-quality illustrated publications and graphic novels, and Kellie Strand#248;mand#8217;s Worse Things Happen At Sea (Nobrow) is a breathtaking example of Nobrowand#8217;s standard of excellence...Taking over two years to create, Worse Things Happen At Sea is one of Nobrowand#8217;s finest examples of finding power in silence, presenting panel after panel of naval disasters that hit with overwhelming force thanks to Strand#248;mand#8217;s artistic expertise." - The AV Club
"Itand#8217;s a superior work of draftsmanship and imagination." - Bleeding Cool
"Strand#248;m uses his serious illustration chops to recreate the mythical world his imagination seems to innately conceive.and#133; Whether used to inspire the imaginations of children, as a mantlepiece artwork or as inspiration for a nautical tattoo, "Worse Things Happen At Sea" is a collectible treasure in illustrated form.and#8221; - Cool Hunting
In this intricately illustrated concertina bookandmdash;a thrilling adventure across the seven seasandmdash;man confronts monstrous sea beasts.
Across twenty pages of this intricately illustrated concertina book, Kellie Strom's fantastical seascape boils with monstrous sea beasts and sailors in peril. Inspired by tales of mythical creatures attacking ancient mariners, Strom has created the ultimate showdown between sailors and creatures from the deep.
Kellie Strom is a Danish artist and master of his trade. He has worked on film design for Jim Henson's Creature Shop and owns his own film company.
About the Author
Kellie Strøm was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1967 but raised in Co. Kilkenny, Ireland. He worked doing editorial illustrations for newspapers and magazines in Ireland, Denmark and the UK. He has worked on film design for Jim Hensons Creature Workshop
and owns his own film company, Balsko Film Ltd.