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Volume 26, Number 7 — July 2019

'Earthsea' prints available

"Firelight" illustrates the final story in "Tales of Earthsea," a story which was discovered in Ursula Le Guin's papers after her death. The thistle is representative of Le Guin.

By Leslie Grace| A! Magazine for the Arts | December 26, 2018

There are five Charles Vess “Earthsea” prints available from Out of Step Arts, Bristol, Virginia.

Out of Step Arts was started by Neil Bramlette to help support and promote emerging and established artists who are not only interested in working in comics, but also have interests in other art cultures as well. This could be gallery shows, custom vinyl, graffiti, gig posters, tattoo design, illustration, pin-ups, etc.
He’s interested in working with artists who do things a little differently, who have their own style and appeal to varied groups of people.

“Neil’s done a bunch of my prints by now,” Vess says. “I don’t have to ask for proofs, they’re always going to be beautiful. He knows how to do it and knows the paper I like. Depending on how well they sell, he may do more of them.”

The giclée prints that are available are “Here There Be Dragons,” “The Wizard of Earthsea,” “The Imminent Grove,” “The Farthest Shore” and “The Tombs of Atuan.”

The prints are available at www. Bramlette also offers original art on the same website.

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