FINALISTS: 2014 Spectrum Fantastic Art Award

Irene Gallo at Tor.com tells us that judging for the 21th edition of the Spectrum Fantastic Art Annual wrapped up. Here are the gold and silver finalists:

Advertising
  • Anita Kunz — Little Monsters
  • Victo Ngai — A Tiger Beer Chinese New Year
  • Shu Yan — Go Into the Gate
  • Kent Williams — The Criterion Collection Lord of the Flies (shown above)
  • Gabriel Verdon — Hiversaires
Book
  • Scott Gustafson — Little Sambha and the Tiger with the Beautiful Purple Shoes with Crimson Soles
  • John Harris — Fire: the Road Beside the Wall
  • Petar Meseldzija — The Golden Apple Tree 1
  • Nicolas Delort — The End of the Road (shown above)
  • Kirsti Wakelin — Dreamboats, Lilies, Koi and Chang Kuo-lao
Comics
  • He Jie Mona — All Corners of the Country: The Lost Buildings #4
  • David Palumbo — Aliens #1 cover
  • Thomas Campi — The Red Door
  • Mark A. Nelson — Seasons, page 1
  • Goni Montes — Clive Barker’s Next Testament #6
Concept Art
  • Theo Prins — Kite City 2
  • Theo Prins — Refugees
  • Brian Matyas — Messenger Girl
  • Vance Kovacs — John Carter Punches a Thark (shown above)
  • Jamie Jones — Ackzero Interior
Dimensional
  • Colin and Kristine Poole — Hot Diggety Dog
  • Shaun Tan — Grimm Tales: Thousandfurs (shown above)
  • The Shiflett Bros. — Vertical Man-Tank, 1892
  • Jessica Dalvo — Don’t Mind Me
  • Forest Rogers — Goblin Spider
Editorial
  • Nicolas Delort — Rumor of Angels
  • Yuko Shimizu — Hair Tree
  • Luo Xin — Recall
  • Tran Nguyen — The Insects of Love (shown above)
  • Bill Mayer — Fragile Planet
Institutional
  • Bill Carman — Shared Eyewear
  • Rebecca Yanovskaya — Ascent of Man
  • Ed Binkley — The Hag Griselle Pays a Visit
  • Justin Sweet — Blacksea
  • Donato Giancola — Huor and Hurin Approach Gondolin (shown above)
Unpublished
  • Jean-Baptiste Monge — Ode to the Moon (shown above)
  • Yukari Masuike — Riding Horse on the Freezing Day
  • Annie Stegg — Lilaia the Naiad
  • Omar Rayyan — The Long Walk Home
  • Audrey Benjaminsen — Lady of Light

Gold and silver medal winners will be announced at the awards ceremony at Spectrum Live, a weekend long celebration of fantastic art, in Kansas City, May 9-11th.

Congratulations to all the finalists!

One thought on “FINALISTS: 2014 Spectrum Fantastic Art Award”

  1. I’m very excited to see what John Fleskes does with the book this year in his first go round after inheriting the book from Arnie and Cathy Fenner.

    I am choosing to overlook the nominees so that I can be surprised on May 10th in Kansas City, MO when the nominees and winners are announced at an Oscar-style party at the Midland Theater as part of Spectrum Fantastic Art Live 3.

    Come one, come all. It is an amazing time.

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