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Gothic Art Now

by Jasmine Becket-Griffith

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An interesting look at Mordern gothic art. Fantastic surrealist styles, computer generated art and sculpture in styles from manga to gore.
Something for everyone with a dark tinge to thier tastes.
Fantastic notes accompany each piece which explain a little about each one, its artist and what was used in making it (including computer programs). A must for any art student looking to explore thier darker side through modern art. ( )
  RyitGrrl | Mar 8, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061626996, Hardcover)

Having spent so long on the periphery of the art world, gothic art is taking its place as a bonafide art form influencing fashion, literature, film, media, music, and design. Gothic Art Now brings together for the first time the finest, the freshest, the darkest and the most exciting talents from around the world. The work covers the most compelling gothic art across various media, from paintings and illustrations to photography, sculpture, and digital art.

Featured gothic art includes the breathtaking sculptures of H.R. Giger, the ethereal watercolors of Natalia Pierandrei, the grim fairytale paintings of David Stoupakis, the hypnotic oil paintings of David Bowers, the haunting photography of Shannon Hourigan, the sinister dolls of Scott Radke, the delicately dismal portraits of Dorian Cleavanger, and numerous other terrifying and thought-provoking artistic creations in literature, digital media, film, and advertising. Inside information from the artists on how they created their work along with a full artist directory are also featured.

Contents:

Foreword by acclaimed gothic art author and illustrator Brom

Introduction
Femmes Fatales
Men in Black
Gothic Elegance
Industrial Goth
Lurking Horror
Dark Fantasy
Creepy Creations
Grim Comics

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:50 -0400)

'Gothic Art Now' showcases the Gothic world in all its many and varied forms, from the conventional media of paint and pencil to digital nightmares, abstract sculptures and provocative toys.

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