Spectrum 22 by John Fleskes
The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art

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The best-selling Spectrum series continues with this 22nd lavishly produced annual. Challenging, controversial, educational, and irreverent, the award-winning Spectrum series reinforces both the importance and prevalence of fantastic art in today’s culture. With exceptional images by extraordinary creators, this elegant full-color collection showcases an international cadre of creators working in every style and medium, both traditional and digital. The best artists from the United States, Europe, China, Australia, South America and beyond have gathered into the only annual devoted exclusively to works of fantasy, horror, science fiction, and the surreal, making Spectrum one of the year’s highly most anticipated books.

Featured in Spectrum 22 are over 450 works by more than 240 diverse visionaries. With art from books, graphic novels, video games, films, galleries, advertising and the fine arts, Spectrum is both an electrifying art book for fans and an invaluable resource for clients looking for bright new talent. The entire field is discussed in an invaluable, found-nowhere-else Year In Review. Contact information for each artist is included.

Often imitated, never equaled, Spectrum 22 continues the freshness and excellence that was established over twenty years ago.
 

About John Fleskes

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John Fleskes is the president and publisher of Flesk Publications. He has published over sixty books to date. Fleskes has contributed to numerous books as writer, editor and designer and serves as the director of the annual showcase "Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art."
 
Published November 10, 2015 by Flesk Publications. 304 pages
Genres: History, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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