Scent of a Gamer

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MtG artists: Jung Park

Jung Park is a well-known and highly-regarded concept artist, so it was a real treat to see him producing finished card art for Magic the Gathering. Behind the scenes he has been involved in world-building activities, bringing the various locations of Magic to life.

Here are some of my favourites, there is a definite bias towards land art here:



A memorable art for one of the simpler pieces in Magic – basic land art. These are important to get right. Players will spend a lot of time with this art in front of them, yet it must not overpower the board, since it’s a fairly simple component.

City of Brass


This is a reprint, with some epic art work from Jung Park!



This island from Magic Origins depicts Jace’s home plane of Vryn, with its system of mage-wheels.

Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx


This card became an instant classic when it was published in the Theros block, becoming a favourite art of many players. It has a powerful effect in the game, too!

Thopter Spy Network


Thopter Spy Network is the only non-land card in this selection, even though it is a cityscape! The enchantment in the game will give you a free flying artifact creature each turn, as long as you already control one.

See all cards illustrated by Jung Park, or visit the artist’s DeviantArt page.



This entry was posted on August 29, 2015 by in Art, MtG Artists and tagged , , , , , , .
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