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Who is the artist on the edition without faces on the covers posted 03 Sep 2004, 06:09 by tellner, Peralogue

Whoever is doing the cover art is fantastic and has obviously spent more time on that cover than most artists do on three or four. Who is he or she? Why didn't s/he get any credit? view post


posted 03 Sep 2004, 08:09 by Mithfânion, Didact

David Rankine is the man who did the phenomenal cover art. view post


posted 03 Sep 2004, 17:09 by Wil, Head Moderator

you can visit his web page by clicking on his name at the very bottom of every web page at the Three Seas view post


cover artist link posted 27 Mar 2007, 01:03 by Martin, Commoner

Hello Everyone I know I'm rather late with this entry (!), and I do apologize if this information has been posted previously. My name is Martin Gould, and I was the designer and art director for the covers of the original editions of Scott's first 3 books. I'm posting now because I'm not sure that clear credit has been given in these pages to the artist who did the lettering and illumination for Scott's original covers. The same artist also did the lettering that graces the opening page to this web-site, and all the lettering and illumination on Scott's site as well. His name is David Rankine, and I'm sure the members of this forum would enjoy his art, which is on display at www.davidrankineart.com. For those who live in Ontario, Canada, you might be interested to know that Dave also regularly conducts public workshops and lectures on the subjects of art, calligraphy, illumination, and Celtic decoration. I know him best from his art workshops every summer at the Celtic Festival in Goderich, Ontario (www.celticfestival.ca), but his activities extend well beyond that. So -- I invite you to check out Dave's site. It's great stuff. cheers, Martin view post


posted 27 Mar 2007, 12:03 by Harrol, Moderator

Thanks Martin. view post


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