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Rian Hughes' Rather Backwards Cover For Batman
From the Comica series of events last week, Rian Hughes' rather remarkable looking cover to his upcoming Batman comic for DC Comics. From the Comica series of events last week, Rian Hughes' rather remarkable looking cover to his upcoming Batman comic for DC Comics. From the Comica series of events last week, Rian Hughes' rather[...]
Rian Hughes' Burlesque Gallery And Introduction To Soho Dives, Soho Divas
Designer, cartoonist and comic creator extraordinaire Rian Hughes has created a series of portraits of London's burlesque performers, including sketches from life, graphic illustrations and paintings in a variety of media and styles Here is the introduction to Image Comics' upcoming Soho Dives, Soho Divas, for November. I'm sure that, like me, you're wary of unsolicited[...]
Rian Hughes Talks Through His Shadowman Logos
Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran the motherlode of Rian Hughes alternatives for the new logo of Valiant Entertainment's Shadowman You can see them all here, but Rian asked if he could add his own take on the logo treatments He writes; As with the previous Valiant logos, the first stage was to look at the vintage versions[...]
Rian Hughes Looks Again At The New DC Logo
When Bleeding Cool broke the story of the new DC logo, we were able to ask comic book logo designer Rian Hughes what he thought, and he was rather complimentary. He's less complimentary now He writes; As I've mentioned, a good logo should first and foremost work "bare", preferably without any 3D rendering and Photoshop fanciness[...]
Rian Hughes Designs New Valiant Logo
Today, Valiant Entertainment launches their new logo, designed by Rian Hughes. I like it It's also reminiscent of Rian's most famous logo, for Forbidden Planet. Anyway, this is how it will look like on the cover of the criminally-under-ordered-and-likely-to-hit-$20-by-the-weekend-after-its-released X-O Manowar.   Today, Valiant Entertainment launches their new logo, designed by Rian Hughes. I like it[...]
Batgirl Logos That Could Have Been – Rian Hughes Designs For The New 52
Rian Hughes is best known by many as the artist on Grant Morrison's Dare But these days his influence is all around us, a specialist in design, logos, and commenrcial illustration Which happens to include a bunch of stuff for Marvel and DC He's also designed the logos for Forbidden Planet, Gosh Comics and Archaia[...]
Frank Quitely Creates Bookplate For Gosh Launch Of Nelson
Including work from Paul Grist, Ellen Lindner, Philip Bond, Sean Phillips, Glyn Dillon, Kate Brown, Rian Hughes, Jeremy Day, Warren Pleece, Duncan Fegredo, Posy Simmonds, Carol Swain, Roger Langridge… and so many more All telling one exquisite corpse of a story of one woman's life in the twentieth and twenty-first century. I've had a quick flick[...]
Nelson And Her Armada Of Fifty Four Creators
Paul Grist, Rob Davis, Woodrow Phoenix, Ellen Lindner, Jamie Smart, Gary Northfield, Sarah McIntyre, Suzy Varty, Sean Longcroft, Warwick Johnson–Cadwell, Luke Pearson, Paul Harrison–Davies, Katie Green, Paul Peart–Smith, Glyn Dillon, I.N.J.Culbard, John Allison, Philip Bond, D'Israeli, Simone Lia, Darryl Cunningham, Jonathan Edwards, Ade Salmon, Kate Charlesworth, Warren Pleece, Kristyna Baczynski, HARVEYJAMES, Rian Hughes, Sean Phillips[...]
Swipe File: Rian Hughes And Keeping Gotham Tidy
This is a T-shirt design by Rian Hughes for Forbidden Planet that became a little famous a couple of years ago. And this pretender from Shirtoid by Sevenhundred. In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations, coincidences or[...]
Bleeding Cool Stuff – Gaiman/McKean Stamps, Rian Hughes T-Shirts And Half Price Achtungs!
Who needs clothes, food, healthcare or paying the rent? Not when there are things that need accumulating!! 1) Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean's Royal Mail Mythical Creatures stamp set 2) Rian Hughes' Keep Gotham/Metropolis Tidy T-shirts 3) British War Comics collections at 45% Off Credit crunch? Recession? Depression? Nonsense, there's always money to spend on stuff Who needs[...]
New Rian Hughes T-Shirts Hit Monday
Rian Hughes has designed a new series of T-shirts for Forbidden Planet. Hughes best known in comcs for designing the Forbidden Planet logo, drawing Dare and Rogue Trooper, is a world-famous design illustrator and has worked for many of the biggest brands. These  are a first in a new line of Super Premium Fruit of the[...]