John Howe, born August 21, 1957 in Vancouver, is a well-known Canadian illustrator most famous for his work on the Lord of the Rings universe.
We have had the honour to collaborate with him this year. And so we are proud and happy to present to you the Swiss Fantasy Show 2016 poster: a vision of the town of Morges by the incredible John Howe.
The poster may be purchased at the time of the convention as a limited edition lithographic print (170 copies). DRAGON PASS owners have the option of pre-ordering their copy.
IMPORTANT: John Howe will only be present to sign autographs on Saturday afternoon!
Corin Nemec, born Joseph Charles Nemec IV on November 5, 1971 in Little Rock, Arkansas, is an American actor, producer and screenwriter.
He is best known for the successful 1990s TV series Parker Lewis Can’t Lose. He also starred in the mini-series The Stand, as well as the fifth, sixth and seventh season of the American science fiction series Stargate SG-1.
John Noble is an Australian actor born August 20, 1948 in Port Pirie (South Australia).
Having starred in both films and series, John Noble has also directed over 80 theatre plays. He is best known for his role as Denethor in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. He has also appeared in popular TV series, such as JJ Abrams’s Fringe, where he played Walter Bishop, a scientist recently released from a psychiatric hospital, as well as Henry Parish from Sleepy Hollow.
Anthony Daniels est un acteur britannique né le 21 février 1946 à Salisbury (Royaume-Uni). Il a suivi une formation théâtrale. Après quoi, George Lucas le retient pour le rôle du droïde de protocole C-3PO durant les sept épisodes de la saga Star Wars. Ce sont sa silhouette svelte et ses talents de mime qui lui ont assuré le rôle. Il parle un peu le français.
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Les Space Modelers
Les Space Modelers are Cécile et Thierry Lhuissier, independant artists (outside their job) specialised in mediating science fiction through the intermediary exhibitions of objects and scale models of original space engines, miniature scenes from both cinematic and literary iconography, as well as original creations.
Sandrine studied fashion, theatre, cinema and television, as well as special effects, prosthetics and creature design in the Complections College in Toronto. Since May 2013, she has been working as a freelancer for video clips, fashion shows, award ceremonies, photo-shoots, short films and much more. She had previously worked in Toronto, Paris and Switzerland.
An unconditional fan of the Star Wars saga, DJ Sly creates scale models and kits of the universe, as well as a few others (Star Trek, Cosmos 1999, Battlestar Galactica).
As long as she can remember, Valérie Surchat has always been drawing and painting. As an imaginative child caught up in fantastic universes, her discovery of the German painter Rudolf Hossfeld was a revelation. She produced her first watercolour weapons at the age of seven.
EMAF graduate (today known as EIKON), now she specialises in graphics and e-commerce. She continues painting and is also passionate about photography.
As a pop culture fan of cartoons and cinema, she still keeps a touch of magic in her work primarily inspired by the animal world and fantasy characters.
May is an artist who loves action and science fiction.
Although most of her work is digital, she also adept in ink and watercolour. Her domain is animation and comics. She is interested in her surrounding because it inspires her to invent new stories. Her dream is bring her drawings to life.
A young illustrator who loved video games, manga and the geek culture in general.
Sunila Sen Gupta is a self-taught illustrator who is most known for her illustrations of children’s books. However another side of her work is dedicated to fantasy. When she is not busy wondering about Middle Earth or another universe, she creates parallel worlds inhabited by strange creatures.
With a background in biology, Goupil is the name which illustrated her passion for the animal world. This pseudonym is also a shorten version of her name. For over ten years, she has been exhibiting her work in many European conventions.
Born in 1989 in the canton of Fribourg (Switzerland), Tiffany had been surrounded by fairy tales and stories from a tender age. Thus stimulated, her imagination pushed her to take up the quill and write down everything that goes through her head. Tiffany finally encountered the publishing world in 2004 by winning a contest, which allowed her to publish one of her stories in an anthology. Since that day, she has been published by a number of small publishing houses, and has since taken her first steps as a scriptwriter writing for musical theatre.
Bea, aka Petit-Goupil, graduated from Geneva’s L’école d’arts appliqués in the branch of Illustration/BD. She now works as an independent illustrator in Switzerland.
Jean-Mickaël Schott Mangold
Coming from a commercial background, Jean-Mickaël Schott Mangold decided to throw himself into writing about the adventures of Brelin after having a dream. As an ardent reader of JRR Tolkien’s celebrated masterpiece, the fantasy genre has always appealed to him. Due to his Alsatian roots, he is also interested in the Medieval era, since it was an important period for the region, which is home to innumerable legend and fortresses.
Les éditions Cyplog ont été créées en avril 2012 et reposent sur une ligne éditoriale basée sur la romance qui se décline en différents sous-genres :
- Fantastique / Paranormal
- Young Adult et New adult
Atelier Paul Lançon
Paul Lançon conçoit des masques, des effets spéciaux de maquillages et de accessoires destinés à des films et court-métrages, ainsi que pour le théâtre. Des dessins et illustrations seront également exposés sur le stand. Une sélection de personnages et des DVD seront disponibles à la vente.
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