|07 July 2018|
John Howe Joins IAMC19 Stellar Line-up - Last Discounted Tickets
We’re honored to announced that John Howe will be part of IAMC19 in Paris next year : https://masterclasses.iamag.co
John Howe is the las addition to IAMC19 Line-up included artists as Nicolas Sparth Bouvier, Aleksi Briclot, Paul Chadeisson, John J Park, Feng Zhu, Vance Kovacs, Andrea Goh, Jaime Jasso, Nicolas Weis, Goro Fujita, Noelle Triaureau, Jama Jurabaev, Andrea Blasich, Mike Morris ,Gini Santos, Daniel Gregoire, Raphael Lacoste, Marc Simonetti
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About John Howe
John Howe (born August 21, 1957) is a Canadian book illustrator, living in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. One year after graduating from high school, he studied in a college in Strasbourg, France, then at the École des Arts Décoratifs in the same city. He is best known for his work based on J. R. R. Tolkien’s worlds.
Howe served as one of the two chief conceptual designers for Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies. Howe also created the visuals for the Lord of the Rings board game created by Reiner Knizia, as well as a dozen follow-up expansions.Howe also illustrated the maps of The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, and the Silmarillion between 1996–2003. His work is however not limited to this, and includes images of myths such as the Anglo Saxon legend of Beowulf (he also illustrated Knizia’s board game Beowulf: The Legend).
He has written and published a number of children’s books. Howe illustrated many other authors, amongst which many belong to the fantasy genre (Robin Hobb, David Gemmell, Robert Holdstock and others). He also contributed to the film adaptation of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis and the upcoming adaptation of Mortal Engines as well as other movie and television productions.
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