The rising star of a fantasy graphic art Julie Dillon amuses the sci-fi art lovers and fans of unique and original illustrations with her latest successful artbook Daydreamer’s Journey.
For those who don’t know, Julie Dillon is a gifted freelance artist from Nothern California, amazing with her inexhaustible imagination, taking you to the remotest corners of prodigious futuristic locations where fantastic creatures live and prosper. She has already achieved admiration for numerous cover contributions to the magazines, such as Clarkesworld, Lightspeed, and Uncanny. Her achievements also concern creating marvelous novel covers for Penguin, Tor Books, Angry Robot and cooperation with Oxford University Press, Simon & Schuster. She is also a regular Chelsey and Hugo Awards winner since 2015, which only adds regards to Julie.
This book is a genuine sum up of the works she has collected throughout her vivid career. “Daydreamer’s Journey” counts 200 pages in a hardcover, containing all sorts of material she has been creating, including sketches, commissioned work, personal art, and some unpublished pieces. All readers will have a chance to get closer to the process of creation and discover the stunning fantasy world through the commentaries of Julie about each illustration presented in the pages.