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Spectrum 12: The Best in Contemporary…

Spectrum 12: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art

by Cathy Fenner

Other authors: David Bowers (Cover artist)

Series: Spectrum (12)

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A collection of the best artwork from the 2004 Spectrum awards. As always this is a great collection, although certainly not every one of the hundreds of pieces is to my taste. I do find that the actual prize winners in the various categories are usually not my favorite works. The only slight negative is that there is a little too much of Arnie Fenner's political views in the introduction. ( )
  sdobie | Mar 6, 2008 |
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The increasing popularity of fantasy and science fiction themes in art is celebrated in the annual "Spectrum" series. The premier venue for such art, each lavishly illustrated volume is an invaluable resource, eagerly awaited by art directors, illustrators, and readers alike.… (more)

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