OBJECT 10 Works by Kilian Eng
80 pages, 9.25″ x 12.25″ hardcover, full color with some b&w
Regular edition limited to 2000 copies, $30
Special edition of 200 copies, s/n bookplate by the artist, SOLD OUT
Shipping $4 US, $22 INTL, $15 CANADA
Release date: July 3, 2013
Now available to order
Object 10 is the second monograph of illustration and graphic design work by acclaimed artist Kilian Eng. This lavishly produced hardcover volume reproduces his gorgeous artwork in a European album sized format. Kilian’s profile has increased with recent poster designs for Jodorowsky’s Dune documentary and the album cover for the Oblivion soundtrack by M83. Object 10 is a comprehensive collection of Kilian’s artwork from the past year and also includes some older works that were not included in Object 5. The regular edition is limited to 2000 copies worldwide. A special edition comes with a signed and numbered bookplate by Kilian Eng and is limited to 200 copies.
Prizewinning digital artist Kilian Eng (DW Design) has a Bachelor and Masters in Graphic Design & Illustration from Konstfack, University of Arts Craft & Design in Stockholm and has won numerous awards for his illustrative work. Kilian’s futuristic images present dreamlike worlds where the environment plays a great role. Many of these sequences present visual stories, without any text. This is connected to his growing interest in theatrical mise-en-scène and set design for film. He is fascinated with the details that can create these imaginative worlds; colors and lighting, dimensions and sounds. His inspiration comes from classic and futuristic architecture, surrealism, science fiction, as well as the different elements and shapes in natural and urban landscapes.
“I like to tell stories in my work and invite people to make up their own stories in response. Even if an image is shown as a single piece and not part of a series, the viewer and I need to be able to fantasize about what might happen before and after the exact moment frozen in the picture. This creative engagement helps me give substance to the worlds my pictures depict, and lets me create new scenarios.”