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This article continue the more in depth look at basic land art in Magic: the Gathering. These are the cards that players see the most during a game, so themeing yours around the art that appeals to you is no bad idea.
I’ve selected five of my favourites, and once again it was difficult to make the selection.
Zendikar island by Vincent Proce
Core set Island by Rob Alexander
Ravnica: City of Guilds island by Richard Wright
This art was another that made me fall in love with the setting. While it also reminded me of New Crobuzon (recommendation: read Perdido Street Station and The Scar if you haven’t yet done so) it was in keeping with the setting of a vast city.
Core set island by Fred Fields
I become relaxed simply by looking at this peaceful tropical paradise as pictured by Fred Fields. No doubt goblins and dragons will be along presently to ruin the serenity, but for now everything’s good.
Zendikar island by Veronique Meignaud
This article starts and finishes with Zendikar. The full frame lands of this set were a real visual treat, and I hope a set comes along soon that repeats this.