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Published by Telos Publishing
A5 hardback edition
48 pages printed on high quality silk art paper, full colour throughout
*Order copies at www.telos.co.uk (in the Original and Classic Fiction section).
From the publisher’s website:
Vincent Chong burst onto the horror and fantasy scene several years ago with a sequence of incredible artworks. Since then he has gone on to provide cover artwork for authors such as Stephen King, and has worked with publishers all around the world, as well as providing illustration for record covers and websites. Now some of his incredible artwork is collected in ALTERED VISIONS.
‘Vincent Chong’s work is outstanding, it is astonishing. It will capture your attention, perhaps a little part of your soul, too, and don’t be surprised if Mister Vincent Chong’s visions steal into your midnight dreams.’ — From the Introduction by Simon Clark
ALTERED VISIONS is being published by Telos Publishing as an A5, full colour hardback edition. The book is additionally signed by Vincent Chong and Simon Clark, and is being published for the World Horror Convention 2010. Copies are expected to be limited, so please order soon to avoid disappointment.
*Winner of the British Fantasy Award for Best Non Fiction in 2011.
‘Altered Visions is a modest but gorgeous collection of the work of one of the most promising new artists to have arrived on the scene in recent memory. The work of Vincent Chong brought together herein functions both as an object of stark and often darkly fantastic beauty and as a high watermark for the artists of a fledgling tomorrow to measure themselves against.’ – The Speculative Scotsmen
‘In many respects, Chong’s style is surrealistic and relies on a limited colour range within each painting. The results are oddly spectacular and he does pay attention to the stories he’s supposed to represent with his paintings. Just when you think you understand his range, Chong throws a surprise with the next painting and uses a different range of colours.’ – SF Crowsnest