Item 109: Vincent Chong artwork: signed prints & dustjackets

The highest bidder will receive a collection of Vincent Chong artwork, to include all of the following:

2 x signed A4 prints of  Subterranean Press cover art for:

PET SEMATARY by Stephen King
HEART-SHAPED BOX by Joe Hill

A selection of 10 signed dustjackets of covers for Subterranean Press:

STEPHEN KING GOES TO THE MOVIES
KRAKEN by China Mieville
STORM FRONT by Jim Butcher
FOOL MOON by Jim Butcher
GRAVE PERIL by Jim Butcher
MISTER SLAUGHTER by Robert McCammon
THE WOLF’S HOUR by Robert McCammon
PURPLE AND BLACK by K. J. Parker
BLUE AND GOLD by K. J. Parker
THE GOD ENGINES by John Scalzi

Vincent Chong is an award-winning freelance illustrator and designer.

Currently living and working in the UK, his art and design has been published internationally and can be seen on book covers, magazines, CD packaging and websites. He has worked for clients around the world including HarperCollins and Little, Brown and has illustrated the works of authors such as Ray Bradbury and Stephen King.

Vincent has received the British Fantasy Award for ‘Best Artist’ four years running in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010.

He will be appearing as the Artist Guest of Honour at the 2011 World Horror Convention, which takes place at the end of April in Austin, Texas.

This an outstanding opportunity to bid for the work of one of genre’s fastest rising artists: a must for any fan or collector.

Minimum Bid: £20.00

About Genre for Japan

Set up by a group of genre fans & professionals, our aim is to raise money for the BRC's Japan Tsunami appeal by auctioning special items donated by the SFF field.
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10 Responses to Item 109: Vincent Chong artwork: signed prints & dustjackets

  1. Open for bidding: please place your bids!

  2. Tom says:

    Opening bid of £30

  3. Graeme Williams says:

    I bid £35.00

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  5. Ross Warren says:

    £ 40.00

  6. Andrew Carter says:

    £75

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