Imagine Arda – an interview with Magdalena Olechny

This article is part of a series dedicated to artists, fan-artists and illustrators inspired by the writings of J.R.R. and Christopher Tolkien. If you yourself are an artist, and you like the idea of a conversation and a feature on this blog, please reach out to me.

My guest today is Magdalena Olechny, an independent fantasy artist from Poland. I was instantly taken with her “Ladies of Arda” series, depicting well-loved an lesser-known women from Middle-earth and beyond.

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Imagine Arda – an interview with Norloth

This article is part of a series dedicated to artists, fan-artists and illustrators inspired by the writings of J.R.R. and Christopher Tolkien. If you yourself are an artist, and you like the idea of a conversation and a feature on this blog, please reach out to me.

My guest today is Norloth, an illustrator, photographer, and cosplayer from Shanghai.

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Imagine Arda – an interview with Anthony Vong

This article is the first of a new series dedicated to artists, fan-artists and illustrators inspired by the writings of J.R.R. and Christopher Tolkien. If you yourself are an artist, and you like the idea of a conversation and a feature on this blog, please reach out to me.

My first guest is the French artist Anthony Vong, whose work I discovered very recently through his poster “The Quest of the Ring at the End of the Third Age”. This is a personal project Anthony has created over the course of several weeks to depict the journey of the Fellowship through the variety of landscapes Middle-earth has to offer. I was particularly taken with its colour palette and delicacy of the linework.

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