We’ve had a nice batch of positive news coming out about Flesk books.
ImagineFX Magazine #60 features a five-page article on William Stout. Sample art and promotion for Hallucinations, Inspirations, and New Dinosaurs A-Z, plus more are included. There’s also a six-page article written by James Gurney titled, “The Science Behind Visual Perception” and an article on the 2010 Illustration Master Class organized by Rebecca Guay, plus lots more. Information on Imagine FX #60 can be found here, and the main website is here.
Charley Parker at Lines and Colors has, once again, written a positive book review of Al Williamson Archives Vol. 1. In regards to the quality of the art reproduction he writes, “It’s as if you were lovingly picking them up out of Williamson’s flat file drawer, discovering one long lost treasure after another.” His full article can be read here. While you are at it, be sure to check out Lines and Colors every day for a new posting.
James Gurney has been kind enough to plug our new book, Al Williamson Archives, on his daily blog Gurney Journey. You can read it here. Also, be sure to visit Gurney Journey often for interesting information on art, artists, techniques, shows and more.
The new issue of Hogan’s Alley came out last month. This issue, #17, includes a full-page Flesk Publications advertisement. There’s also a terrific oral history on Spongebob Squarepants, and an article on Jack Cole. You can pick up an issue wherever comics are sold. More information can be found on their website here. I’ve been a devoted reader of Hogan’s Alley since issue #4. I’m proud to have any add in this enjoyable magazine.
Thanks to everyone for helping to spread the word about our books!