On this third and final chapter of And Justice For Art’s guide to some of the BEST album covers of 2015, we continue to explore some of the graphics that have since become part of Metal’s visual legacy. Directly from the artists themselves, let’s see what they had to say about their creations.
Metal albums continue to be a commanding force of nature in 2015 and their accompanying visuals – the cover artwork – have immensely helped in creating additional interest for the music, enhancing its allure.
Amazingly, the first half of 2015 is already behind us. Over the course of the last six months, many impressive Metal albums featuring stunning cover artwork have come to light (just take glimpse at some of the graphics featured below).
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In this edition of And Justice For Art, we proudly present some of today’s youngest and more promising visual artists.
2014 was an interesting year for Berlin-based artist, Eliran Kantor. His reputation as one of the world’s to-go Metal cover artists continued to grow thanks to his work for heavyweights like Iced Earth, Incantation.
On this fifth and last episode of And Justice For Art’s guide to some of 2014’s best album covers, we continue to explore some of these fine graphics and how they were created. Let’s find out what the bands and visual artists involved had to say.
Visually, 2014 has been one of the most interesting years for Metal in recent history. We’ve had plenty of striking images fronting thousand of album covers. Surprisingly, most of them have showcased both technical finesse and conceptual relevance. In this article (the fourth installment of …And Justice For Art’s mini-series about the subject), we keep exploring some of these works of art. Discover what the people involved in their creation had to say….
It seems that despite the so-called, current ‘supremacy’ of the digital format, album covers still matter – at least in the world of Metal music. Both bands and graphic artists keep producing arresting imagery to accompany and enhance (visually and conceptually) the power of the recordings being released daily. Here’s the third chapter of this miniseries exploring some of those amazing album covers. Let’s discover what those involved with their creation had to say…
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2014 continues to bring us outstanding cover imagery for many Metal albums worldwide. Using all kind of techniques, from traditional painting to digital design, artists have created exceptional visual marvels that amaze thanks in large to their level of detail, careful execution and, in some cases, profound conceptual ideas. In this second part of our “Best Album Covers of 2014,” we keep exploring some of these special pieces of art. Let’s see what the people involved in the making of these images had say.
2014 is just beginning and there already are a lot of interesting artworks adorning the covers of many Metal albums. We’ve selected four of the most striking ones to-date and spoke with some of the people involved in their development who in turn revealed numerous interesting facts. We listened, learned and now, we’re sharing with you this info! Feel free to do the same…