Edvard Derkert is an experienced graphic designer, illustrator and visual artist. He is equally at home with print as with digital publishing. He has worked for major Swedish publishers and magazines. As a fine artist he has exhibited in Sweden and Europe. Edvard Derkert’s artistic style is varied, but often in a collage like manner, and usually with a humorous twist.
As an illustrator he is best known for his conceptual illustrations turning abstract ideas up side down and making them apprehensible. Edvard Derkert has written books on art and is especially interested in the history of collage. He lives in Stockholm, Sweden.
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22 tales to horrify and delight, by authors Derek Manuel, T. Jane Berry, J.H. Pell, Jeff Wolf, Kristen Roupenian, Carolyn M. Yoachim, Mari Ness, Evan Dicken, Carlie St. George, Line Henriksen, Virginia M. Mohlere, Dayle A. Dermatis, Jason Arias, Joe Nazarre, Karlo Yeager-Rodruigez, Sara K. McNeilly, Chris Kuriata, Cassandra Khaw, Cate Gardner, Charles Payseur, Chillbear Latrigue, and Holly Schofield, with an introduction by Robin Blyn and illustrations by Bryan Prindiville.