The Science Fiction Art of Vincent Di Fate

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Paper Tiger, 2002 - Art - 112 pages
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One of the most respected sf illustrators and artists at work, Vincent Di Fate began his professional career as a tv animator with Ralph Bakshi, publishing his first sf illustration - for Analog - in 1969; since then he has published countless further magazine illustrations and book covers. He was one of the NASA artists for the Appollo/Soyuz programme, and received a Hugo in 1979. He also writes on sf art in his long-running 'Sketches' column in Algol and SF Chronicle; and his hugely acclaimed book on sf art, Infinite Worlds (1997), was shortlisted for a Hugo.

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Winner of the Hugo Award, the Frank R. Paul Award, and the Skylark Award for Imaginative Fiction, Vincent Di Fate's works are in the permanent collection of the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian. He was president of the Society of Illustrators and is a professor of sci-fi illustration at New York's prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology.

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