Explore Dave Mckean, Art Styles, and more!

A collaboration between Gaiman and artist and illustrator Dave McKean, the new edition is bound in cloth and features 12 color illustrations as well as designs on the binding and slipcase.

Dave McKean

The 75 issues of the Sandman comic book series are collected in ten paperback volumes. Note: inside story art was not done by McKean.

Characters in Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere!  Door is a doll and the Marquis is nearly as I pictured him.

My latest school assignment. I love doing character design! These characters are inspired by the book Neverwhere written by Neil Gaiman. The Characters of Neverwhere

American Gods: ‘He had a hundred arms which broke into a hundred thousand fingers, and all of his fingers reached up into the sky’ (page 420)

Neil Gaiman's American Gods, illustrated by Dave McKean – in pictures

American Gods: ‘He had a hundred arms which broke into a hundred thousand fingers, and all of his fingers reached up into the sky’ (page 420)

.

I started a self-initiated project late last year based on Neil Gaiman's Neil Gaiman's American Gods .

Dave McKean illustrates American Gods

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods comes alive through Dave McKean’s dreamlike illustrations

Neil Gaiman's American Gods, illustrated by Dave McKean – in pictures

Neil Gaiman's American Gods, illustrated by Dave McKean – in pictures

The new Folio Society edition of the novel sees The Sandman cover artist recreate Gaiman’s oddball cast of gods and men, including Shadow Moon’s totemic face and the bright red sari of Mama-ji

The new Folio Society edition of the novel sees The Sandman cover artist recreate Gaiman’s oddball cast of gods and men, including Shadow Moon’s totemic face and the bright red sari of Mama-ji

Neil Gaiman's American Gods, illustrated by Dave McKean – in pictures

The new Folio Society edition of the novel sees The Sandman cover artist recreate Gaiman’s oddball cast of gods and men, including Shadow Moon’s totemic face and the bright red sari of Mama-ji

American Gods: Shadows 1 by Dave McKean. Shadow Moon just got out of jail, only to discover his wife is dead. Defeated, broke, and uncertain as to where to go from here, he meets the mysterious Mr. Wednesday, who employs him to serve as his bodyguard—thrusting Shadow into a deadly world of the supernatural, where ghosts of the past come back from the dead, and a brewing war between old and new gods hits a boiling point.

Dave McKean “American Gods: Shadows - Variant cover by Dave McKean ”

Destruction & Delirium from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman - Todd Nauck

Awesome Comic Art Picks: Todd Nauck posted some commissions from La Mole Comic Con in Mexico City

Dave Mckean, American Gods

“Odin on Yggdrasil, the World Tree. Pen and India ink. 4.75 x 9.5. 2017.  From the DH adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods.”

Walter Simonson on

A Look At Walt Simonson’s Work For Neil Gaiman’s American Gods From Dark Horse

I invited a few artists to create artwork inspired by Neil Gaiman's American Gods .  Some of the illustrations are literal depictions in the...

I invited a few artists to create artwork inspired by Neil Gaiman& American Gods . Some of the illustrations are literal depictions in the.

carosell

Carousels always remind me of one of my favorite books, Something Wicked This Way Comes.

Pinterest
Search