Mark Salwowski (1953- )
artist and illustrator specializing in airbrush work
for nearly thirty years, and now also working digitally.
Site contains original art for sale, artwork available for second-rights use, wallpapers, and prints.
Greg Bridges -
Australian illustrator who produces artwork in the categories of
futuristic, fantasy, and surreal. His work appeared on
magazine and book covers and in movies around the world.
Wayne Haag -
an artist from Sydney, Australia.
Most of his work has been predominantly for the film industry.
He was a matte painter on The Fifth Element, Lord of the Rings, and a concept
artist on Superman Returns, and The Wolverine. Recently painting interiors
for Interzone magazine and painting his own scifi work.
Patrick J. Jones -
has produced artwork for many major SF and Fantasy publishers.
He also did concept work for movies like Peter Pan and The Great Raid.
He lives in Brisbane, Australia. Originals, prints, and instructional material for sale.
Tim White (1952- )
since 1974 has illustrated the covers of hundreds of books on themes of science fiction and
fantasy by many well known authors and has had his works published in many countries throughout the world.
Postcards, prints and other items for sale.
Peter Andrew Jones (1951- )
a British artist and illustrator well known for his individual style and cover art from the 1970s and 1980s.
He enjoys ballet, theatre, Ritmeester half corona cigars and alien beings.
Prints, image rights, and art books available.
Peter Elson (1947-1998)
was an English science fiction illustrator whose work
appeared on the covers of numerous paperback novels in the 1970s and 1980s.
He started specializing in this field after winning a Science Fiction Monthly
art competition in 1975. Particularly known for detailed and colorful spacecraft illustration.
Dawid Michalczyk -
freelance illustrator and artist. He specializes in designs for computer
games and book cover illustration. Prints and image rights available.
Vicente Segrelles (1940- )
official site of the Spanish illustrator.
Site contains a variety of artwork including scifi, fantasy, western, horror and war. Image licensing available.
Jim Burns (1948- )
a British illustrator well known for his distinct and imaginative style that can include surreal designs.
Most of his work has been done for the publishing industry, but he also
did pre-production work for film. Burns briefly worked with Ridley Scott on the
Blade Runner movie. Prints and originals for sale.
Fred Gambino (1956- )
has been working in the science fiction genre since the early 1980s, and started
using computers in his work already in the mid 1990s.
Besides illustration work he also creates concept and production art for the film and
TV industry. See quotes.
John Harris (1948- )
an illustrator and artist known for his
loose painting style and depictions of spaceships, massive scale environments,
and gigantic structures full of mood and atmosphere. Originals and
reproductions for sale. See quotes.
Chris Moore (1947- )
is among the most well known UK artists working in the field.
His work is characterised by precise rendering, attention to detail, and strong composition.
He has done covers for many major science fiction writers
and worked with most publishers in the UK and USA. Moore has also produced
many covers for the Omni Magazine, as well as Analog and Asimov's.
Prints available for sale. See quotes.
Paul Youll (1965- )
British book illustrator mostly known for his science
fiction and fantasy work. He produced cover art for many of the best-selling
authors for all the major publishers on both sides of the Atlantic.
Chris Foss (1946- )
although especially popular in the 70s and 80s for his book covers,
he also worked on concepts and visualisations for movie projects.
Best known for his colorful spaceships, enormous and bulky robots, and vast constructions.
Considered the originator of the huge, riveted spaceship.
This UK illustrator inspired a whole generation of artists.
Gary Tonge -
a UK artist and illustrator that specializes in space and
science fiction art and concept design for games. Art books and prints for sale.
Max Bertolini (1967- )
Italian self-taught comic artist and illustrator. He works
using both digital and traditional media. Art book and prints for sale.
Les Edwards (1949- )
a British illustrator especially known for his book-jacket
art. He has worked in many fields and areas but is best known for his work in
the Fantasy, Science Fiction and Horror genres. Prints and original artwork for sale.
Melvyn Grant (1944- )
has been painting illustrations for publishers in the UK, Europe and the USA since
the 1970s. His artwork can be found on the covers of Fantasy, SF, Horror, Romance,
and Children's books. He is living and working on the coast in the Southeast of England.
Prints and wallpapers for sale. See quotes.
Franco Brambilla -
Italian illustrator devoted to science fiction. Since 1999 he has been illustrating the
Urania and Urania Mondadori book collection.
Bruce Pennington (1944- )
an artist and illustrator probably best known for
his unique style and book covers from the 1960s and 1970s.
His covers for the New English Library and Corgi Books in the 1960s established
him as a cult figure among Sci-Fi fans.
He did covers for many well known writers like Isaac Asimov, A.E van Vogt,
Clark Ashton Smith and Robert A. Heinlein. Original sketches, drawings and
paintings for sale. See quotes.
Zoltan Boros and Gabor Szikszai (1965- ) (1965- )
a Hungarian duo that has been producing SF and Fantasy illustration since the late 1980s.
Their work is the synthesis of two individual visions. They use both traditional and digital mediums.
Prints for sale.
Pascal Blanche -
is a French 3D artist, art director and freelancer. His
career started in 1993 and is based in the video games industry where
he contributed to many games including Myst IV revelation, and Naruto: rise of a ninja.
Pascal specializes in creating artwork with alien characters. Instructional DVD for sale.
(1956- ), also known as Manchu, is a French illustrator who
started painting SF artwork in 1984. Manchu is also producing astronomical
illustration for magazines and space agencies.
Marek Okon -
is a Polish freelance concept artist and illustrator. His main focus is
on creating concept art and illustration for promotion and advertising of video games.
Richard Hescox -
a SF/Fantasy illustrator and fine art artist, particularly fond of and influenced by victorian fantasy paintings.
He has created motion picture production designs, film advertising,
computer game design, and well over 100 book covers for the works of such authors as Edgar
Rice Burruoghs, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and Roger Zelazny. He lives in Nevada.
Barclay Shaw (1949- )
his work covers a broad range of subject
matter and use of materials, ranging from traditional to digital arts
and sculpture, and is notable for its surrealistic overtones, and
diverse and colorful style.
Don Maitz -
is an award winning American science fiction, fantasy, and commercial artist.
He created the Captain Morgan Spiced Rum pirate character - his most widely known creation.
Stephen Hickman -
has been illustrating science fiction and fantasy for over three decades.
His illustrations have been used as cover work for many contemporary writers.
Hickman's work has earned him critical acclaim, including a Hugo Award and 5 Chesley Awards.
Matt Stawicki -
is an American artist who has created many images for a wide range of products
and clients including video game covers, collectible card images, book covers,
collectors plates and fantasy pocket knives.
Stephen Youll -
a British illustrator who lives in New Jersey and is the brother of Paul Youll.
His artwork can be found on hardback, trade, and mass market book covers.
Prints and originals for sale.
Michael Whelan (1950- )
a highly influential, multi award winning American illustrator. Known
for producing evocative, inventive, and precisely painted artwork.
For over 30 years Whelan worked as an illustrator specializing in
science fiction and fantasy cover art.
He now focuses primarily on personal fine art.
Art books, prints, and original art for sale.
Donato Giancola (1967- )
an award winning American artist specializing in science fiction and fantasy illustration.
Giancola describes himself as a 'classical-abstract-realist'.
Instructional DVDs, prints, original paintings and drawings for sale.
Romas Kukalis -
signs only with his first name and is best known for his work as a cover artist for works
of speculative fiction, including the Animorphs Chronicles.
Bob Eggleton (1960- )
since 1984 Bob has been painting illustrations for sci-fi, fantasy, and horror book covers.
He works in acrylics, oils, and frequently employ the use of an airbrush.
Bob is especially fond of painting mosters, including the Japanese Godzilla.
He often posts original artwork for sale on his blog.
Frank Kelly Freas (1922-2005)
called the "Dean of Science Fiction Artists" and recognized as
the most prolific and popular Science Fiction artist worldwide.
He was the top artist at Analog and painted most of the magazine's covers from
mid 1960s to 1971. He was also a NASA artist and produced posters for the agency.
John Berkey (1932-2008)
an influential and innovative SF artist, perhaps best known for his unique painterly
style and majestic spaceships of enormous scale soaring through outer space.
Besides painting book and magazine covers Berkey produced illustration for
calendars, movie posters, advertising, stamps, and did personal works.
Original paintings, licensing, and sketches for sale.
Vincent Di Fate (1945- )
has been producing SF paintings for paperback covers, dust jackets,
magazines, gallery and museum exhibitions. Influenced by pulp magazines
and cinema, Di Fate has produced some 3,500 illustrations and covers
since the mid-1960s. He is also the author of Infinite Worlds,
a comprehensive collection of science fiction art.
Marc Gabbana -
an Illustrator and a Concept Artist from San Francisco. Worked on the Matrix sequels,
the Star Wars prequels and many other movies.
David B. Mattingly -
David has produced over 500 covers for most major publishers of science fiction and fantasy.
After 20 years of traditional painting most of his work today combines digital painting,
and elements generated in 3D programs. He lives in New Jersey.
Doug Chiang (1962-)
is probably best known for his work as design director and concept artist on Star Wars Episode I
and Star Wars Episode II. Chiang's paintings have been featured in major national and
worldwide exhibitions. He lives in Northern California.
Dylan Cole -
is a digital matte painter and concept artist specializing in work for film, television,
and video games. Dylan has contributed art to over 50 films including Avatar, Alice
in Wonderland, and Tron Legacy. Prints, books, and DVDs for sale.
Ryan Church (1971-)
is a freelance digital concept artist best known for his designs created for the
Star Wars Episode II and Episode III movies. He lives in Southern California.
Syd Mead (1933- )
a design consultant, visualiser of the future, and concept artist.
He pioneered the look of well-worn, gritty future in movies.
Mead worked on Blade Runner, Aliens, Tron and other films.
In a 2008 New York Times article he is quoted to have said
"I've called science fiction 'reality ahead of schedule'".
Art books for sale.
Ralph McQuarrie (1929-2012)
was a design consultant and concept artist responsible for much of the look of
the Star Wars universe. Although McQuarrie is best known
for his concept art and matte paintings done for Star Wars, he also worked
on Close encounters of the third kind, ET, and Battlestar Galactica TV series.
Stephan Martiniere (1962- )
is an illustrator and concept artist who worked on feature films
(Star Wars 2, Star Trek, Tron Legacy and others),
video games, animations, and has done over 100 book covers. He resides in Texas.
Alan Gutierrez (1958- )
lives in Arizona and has been producing illustrations since the early 1980s. Prints for sale.
Scott Grimando -
specializes in illustration, conceptual imaging, and graphic design. Since 1994 Grimando has
been creating fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and advertising illustrations.
He also offers photography and photo retouching services.
Dave Seeley -
a Boston based illustrator whose work can be seen in games, movies, and on book and magazine covers.
His approach is to paint over a photo-collage printed out on archival media.
Originals and prints for sale.
John Zeleznik -
has produced paintings for book covers and illustrations for many
role-playing games including Shadowrun, Rifts, and GURPS.
He lives in California.
Alan Pollack (1964- )
a SF and Fantasy illustrator who has painted artwork for many RPG companies,
including Wizards of the Coast and T.S.R, and has produced covers for most
of the leading book publishers in USA. Prints and card set proofs for sale.
Kevin Ward -
an artist from Nashville, Tennessee, who specializes in SF, but also does Fantasy and Horror
illustration. He paints in acrylics and uses Second Life as a 3D sketching tool
for design ideas.
John Schoenherr (1935-2010)
was among the best SF magazine illustrators of the 1960s in the USA. Known for strong
composition and believable alien creature designs, and for his illustrations of the
Dune World stories written by Frank Herbert that first appeared in Analog
and later would be known as the Dune novel. His son, Ian Schoenherr, writes
an interesting blog devoted to
his father's life and work.
Paul Lehr (1930-1998)
dominated the science fiction paperbacks from the
mid-1960s through the early 1970s. His work is often brilliantly colored,
surreal, with otherwordly feel and mood. He was the winner of the 1980 Hugo
Award for Best Professional Artist. Lehr also did illustration work for magazines
like Time, Life, Business Week, Fortune, Playboy, The Reader's Digest, and
was active until his death in 1998.
James Beveridge -
is a freelance illustrator and an artist with experience in
video games industry, publishing, comics, and mural painting. He has been producing
artwork professionally since 1972, and lives in Alberta, Canada. Art books for sale.
Paul Alexander (1937- )
is an illustrator well known for his massive spaceships
soaring through outer space or earthly skies. He started painting SF illustrations
in 1977 after working for architectural firms and advertising agencies.
His impressive paintings landed him many assignments from magazines and publishers
like Ace, Fawcett, Del Rey, Ballantine, and Baen.
David Schleinkofer -
has been doing fine art and illustration work since the mid
1970s. His commercial work has been used by advertising agencies,
book and magazine publishers, and video game companies. He currently focuses
on fine arts and paper back covers.
Darrel K. Sweet
(1934- ) started painting SF illustrations in 1975. He brought with
him a realistic and tight style, and became very popular with the fans.
A prolific artist, Sweet often works on two or three paintings at the same time
and has produced over 3000 images. Posters for sale.