Sunday 6 September 2009

Published in EARTH Magazine!

In the September 2009 issue of EARTH Magazine, you can find a two-page profile of Art Evolved by Carolyn Gramling.

There is artwork by myself, Zach Miller, and Art Evolved founders Craig Dylke and Peter Bond. There's a nice interview with Craig and Peter as well. That's our headline there on the cover: Paleo-artists get creative.

My Mythical Flying Trilobite Fossil III (that makes up the current banner above) gets over a third of page 65 - seeing my own images in publication never gets old. Finding a feature article in the 7-11 in my Toronto neighbourhood is awesome. Being in there with online friends and artists I respect is shiny.

The issue itself is a treat, including the cover article about mass extinctions. Hadn't though about it before, but crinoids like the ones on the right of my banner have actually made through the 5 worst mass extinctions of all time. Fascinating stuff.

Thanks to Peter and Craig for inviting me into this online adventure at Art Evolved, and thanks to Carolyn Gramling for recognizing the next wave in art about our planet's prehistorical fauna.

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Original artwork on The Flying Trilobite Copyright to Glendon Mellow
under Creative Commons Licence.

Flying Trilobite Gallery
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Kevin Zelnio said...

Awesome! I agree too, seeing my name in print never gets old. I hope you are able to find many more avenues for your artwork!

Heather Ward said...

Congratulations! That is indeed awesome!

Merryweather said...

My first reaction was "awesome!!" but now that seems a bit unoriginal.... fantastic!!!

Rhonwyn said...

Shiny indeed!

Craig had his silly happy grin on when you sent him the scans, he's certainly quite pleased with himself. It's very cool to see Lillian up there in print!

btw, I do like your sketch in the current art evolved gallery, she's like a more science-y jessica rabbit :)

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Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks everybody!

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