Illustrations for Literature by Sam Weber

Sam Weber uses watercolour and acrylic paint finished in Photoshop to produce incredibly refined, ethereal pictures. He has produced work for the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Playboy, Random House and DC/Vertigo Comics.

Here I have featured the work he has done for various pieces of literature.

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Thirteen Orphans, Tor Books:

Sam Weber on Ape on the Moon

Lord of the Flies, The Folio Society:
Sam Weber on Ape on the Moon

Fever Crumb, Scholastic:
Sam Weber on Ape on the Moon

House of Mystery, DC/Vertigo Comics:
Sam Weber on Ape on the Moon

Prospero Lost, Tor Books:

Sam Weber on Ape on the Moon

? Sam Weber, 2009

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7 Comments

  1. Stunning! I love the depth, especially impressive for watercolor.

  2. Wow… beautiful, am a little jealous.x

  3. The issues on the possible upshot of the development of modern artwork are in the center of our attention towards matter associated with fine art interaction with the sport seeing that societal activity. The need for far better options around field of game representation echos growing passions to your intense instances involving individual habits that uncover the deepest parts of our character.

  4. must have the macarbe mortician

  5. So he uses both medium…That’s interesting. Wonder how he deals with the traditionnal medium sizes and the scans.

  6. Wonderful technique, he really captures atmosphere.

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