This post was a long time in coming. It is a post to tell you, in insufficient words, how great it was working with Alex Eckman-Lawn as the artist for my book cover. He was quick to understand exactly what I was thinking. He was prompt with feedback, often contacting me first. He took my simple concept and turned it into an evocative piece of art that fully encompasses the multiple theme of The Shadow of Dracula; Harker”s Inheritance.
Alex created this book cover to look great in both color and black & white (as the digital version/s are). The paperback version has the full image. The bat-shaped shadow wraps around the spine and across the hazy London cityscape of the 1930s. I would upload this image, but it”s a bit too big for my blog. I am really looking forward to holding this book in my hands!
For those of you who haven”t worked with artists in a professional setting, it is very rare to find one who is timely, concise, and whose talent matches their ability to communicate ideas with ease. Alex has all these things and more. I met him a few years back and had been planning to work with him ever since. I was not disappointed. And I”m looking forward to working with him again in the future.
If you are in need of gripping, intelligent artwork, check out Alex’s WEBSITE and consider working with him. I promise – you won”t be disappointed either.
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