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Artwork

Each issue, The Dark features a new cover by a new artist.  Below are the unadorned covers and artist biographies.

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May 2022

Tithi Luadthong is a prolific contributor to stock art websites including Fotolia, Getty Images, iStockphoto, and many more.

April 2022

Jonathan Wesslund is a thirty-year-old coffee-fueled concept artist living in Stockholm, Sweden. He is usually surrounded by a bunch of pets and loves drawing scary things and dogs, some of which can be found at www.artstation.com/znodden

March 2022

Fredrick Nolting is a Boston-area-based digital artist. He has worked in the game industry for almost ten years as a 3D Environment Artist, Level Artist, and World Builder on projects like Prey: Mooncrash and Redfall. His personal work ranges from 2D portraits to 3D characters and scenes, mostly consisting of horror and fantasy in theme. His portfolio can be found at www.artstation.com/fredricknolting.

February 2022

Vladimir Manyukhin lives in Moscow and has worked in the art industry for more than twenty years for games and films, including for Creative Assembly, on Total War: Warhammer. His art graces hundreds of covers in the genres of fantasy and science fiction published around the world.

January 2022

Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl (1860–1933) was a Hungarian Jewish artist known for historical and mythological painting, particularly of subjects pertaining to ancient Rome. He received a scholarship to attend the Akademie der bildenden Künste in 1878. His time in Rome was a major influence on his choice of subject matter. After returning to Vienna, he produced the acclaimed large-scale canvas The Plague in Rome (1884), a work that is now lost. He enjoyed a successful career with numerous commissions and high praise for his historical and allegorical works, culminating in the Imperial Prize in 1891. During the rise of Klimt and the Vienna Secession movement, he began using the name Adolf Hirémy and moved to Rome, where he spent the last thirty-five years of his life as an eminent member of the expatriate art community.