From the computer to the tabletop, this is all about games. Updated each week-end.
Igor Kieryluk is probably best known for his Magic: the Gathering art, and that is going to be the main focus here too. His art manages to combine darkness and bright colours in a way that always makes me look twice at the cards he illustrates.
This phyrexian creation works to punish your opponents for playing creatures. The colours its in (white) usually rewards you for doing the same thing, so this was an interesting twist. The sinew and porcelain art is suitably horrifying.
No darkness in this illustration of one of Zendikar’s guardian angels.
I’m not hugely familiar with this member of Warhammer’s vampiric von Carstein family, but I do like this art!
If this art seems confusing, simply tilt your head (or lese flip the art 180 degrees) to gain a fuller understanding.
This version of Serra Avatar was released as a promo card to tie in with a version of Duels of the Planeswalkers. That’s an old mtg videogame that is no longer supported, but we still have this art, which is nice.