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If I could pick one word to describe Bastien Deharme’s art it would be ethereal. His pieces often come with a dreamy quality that pulls me in to stare at them for a while. It’s no surprise that his work is in demand for book covers, card art, and computer and tabletop games.
A group of dark riders travel across a worn landscape under a foreboding sky in this illustration for the Gods game.
This illustration appeared on the Magic card ‘Ghost Ship’ and may just be may favourite illustration from Bastien Deharme.
This character figure was also produced for the Gods game. The small details, including the faces on the bow, really drawn me in to this piece.
This vampire assassin from Magic’s plane of Ravnica is an unusual piece as we rarely see the city of Ravnica in this way. The city is darkened, and there’s a hint of neglect in the worn bricks and tiles. A change from the sunlit buildings we usually see.
Single female figures are a frequent subject of Bastien Deharme’s illustrations. With Sabbath I like how the purple skirt blends into the stairs behind her like smoke.
You can see more of Bastien Deharme’s work at ArtStation.