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Into the Crimson Light, Ken Meyer Jr.’s dramatic macabre art

Posted on February 22, 2012 by Flames

Ken Meyer Jr.’s work has appeared in dozens of White Wolf game books, on over a hundred cards for Vampire the Eternal Struggle, on Magic the Gathering cards (along with a host of other games), in comics published by Marvel, Dark Horse, Image, Caliber, NBM, Avatar and others. His rebooted version of “Atmospherics,” the series he created with writer Warren Ellis just came out. He has also done illustrations for musician Tori Amos, the American Cancer Society, Bell Helmets, and a plethora of mainstream clients.

Most importantly, he has just started a Kickstarter campaign to finance the printing of his book, Into the Crimson Light, which collects 80 pages of the best horror and fantasy art of his long career. In addition to many paintings of the macabre and fantastic, Ken includes behind the scenes progressions and sketches.

Check out his Kickstarter page and get a gander at the many collectible rewards he offers for donations, such as original paintings, copies of the book with sketches included, fine art prints and opportunities to be in the book yourself as a creature of your choosing!

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