Monday, July 18, 2011

The Atlantic Fiction Issue

Tomer: scenes of the flooding in the south kept washing up on our TV screens until they became invisible. The Atlantic envisioned a post disaster landscape as the theme for this cover-- a survivor escapes-- conveying the unique power of literature.


 

Art directed by Jason Treat.

11 comments:

  1. Your choice of colors are always very interesting. Thanks for sharing, great work.

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  2. In a word: Stunning – Thanks for sharing it. Love the colours, composition and the character's posture. So beautiful.

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  3. Lovely colours.

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  4. Almost like that twilight zone episode where the atom bomb goes off. One man survives and has a whole library to catch up on the books he's missed. Then sadly his glasses break. Miss you tomer

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  5. that episode has a beautiful sentiment. wouldn't quite work with a kindle.

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  6. I really love the drawing. The line work is very bold and dramatic. Beautiful work.

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  7. I remember seeing this on the stand and instantly being intrigued by your colors. Your palettes are usually a lot more acidic, at least to me. This one is an interesting change.

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  8. Beautiful work! Amazing as always.

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