Interview: Lee Moyer

Lee Moyer is an esteemed illustrator and designer whose work has been featured in art books for more than a decade: D’Artiste, Sci-Fi Art, The Future of Fantasy Art, many Spectrum annuals, and the poster for Call of Cthulhu.

His work has appeared in Communication Arts, Design Graphics, and China’s Top Artist Magazine; the New York Times, Washington Post, and the BBC. His work has also been displayed at the …

IFPInterview: Lee Moyer

Interview: Zach McCain

Zach McCain is an internationally published artist who is primarily known for his illustration and cover artwork in the horror and science fiction genres. His work ranges from book and magazine illustration to graphic design, album art and RPG games. He resides in Texas near the Gulf Coast.

IFP: What drew you towards illustration?

ZM: Desperation. I had been laid off from a video production company I was working for and couldn’t find a job for nearly a year. I …

IFPInterview: Zach McCain

Interview: Jason Voss

IFP: How did you start painting?

JV: I started painting with watercolours when I was 13. Eventually, I went to art school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for painting.

IFP: What draws you to horror?

JV: I have always loved old classic horror films: classic Universal studios monsters and Hammer Horror films.

IFP: What inspires you?

JV: I still get inspiration watching classic Hammer Horror movies, and collecting Eerie and Creepy magazines, filled with great art from the 70s, and reading H.P. …

IFPInterview: Jason Voss

Interview: Markus Vogt

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Today, we are talking to Markus Vogt, whose artwork appears on the cover of our Future Lovecraft anthology. You can find him online at markusvogt.eu.

IFP: Can you introduce …

IFPInterview: Markus Vogt

Interview: Jamaica Dyer

Today, we have an interview with cartoonist Jamaica Dyer, creator of Weird Fishes:

IFP: How did you get your start as a cartoonist?

JD: As this field tends to go, I was stricken at a young age by the desire to draw my own comics. I loved Batman and Catwoman and a bunch of indie books. I got a job working in a comics shop in my teens, met all my favourite artists, and then fearlessly handed out …

IFPInterview: Jamaica Dyer

Interview: Kirsty Greenwood

IFP: Hi, welcome to Innsmouth. Can you introduce yourself to our readers in 50 words or less?

KG: My name is Kirsty Greenwood; I am an artist and, from the time my Dad taught the very small me to draw cats, I have been inspired to be so by the place I grew up, (beautiful, windy hill miles from anywhere) by Faerie tales, ailuroanthropy, Alice-syndrome, horror, and Quixotism.

IFP: What attracts you to the fantastic?

KG: Having grown up in …

IFPInterview: Kirsty Greenwood

Interview: Steven Gilberts

Steven Gilberts is an artist with a fondness for horror and the fantastic. He lives in a “Dunwich-esque village of southern Indiana” where he “concocts odd illustrations for the small press industry.”

IFP: How did you get your start as an illustrator?

SG: I suppose my actual career as an illustrator began with my first paying assignment for Space & Time Magazine back in 2003. Also that year, I was invited to be a member of Chad Savage and Alan …

IFPInterview: Steven Gilberts

Interview: Steve Lines

IFP: Can you tell our residents a bit about yourself?

SL: I am a musician, artist and publisher, and together with John B. Ford and Clive Jones, have been running Rainfall Records & Books since late 1992. We have produced over forty books and CDs and published over one hundred chapbooks, many of which are Lovecraftian in nature, including Lovecraft’s Disciples, E’ch Pi El and Cthulhu’s Creatures. Through the years, I have done artwork for hundreds of fanzines and …

IFPInterview: Steve Lines

Interview: Oliver Wetter

Oliver Wetter, know as “Fantasio”, is a German illustrator and digital artist who produces fantastic and surrealist artwork. He studied Air Brush design at the arts center IBKK in Bochum, and has exhibited his work throughout Europe and the United States. He has produced several Lovecraftian images.

IFP: How did you get the nickname “Fantasio”?

OW: I remember that I came upon this name when I registered my first email account. I couldn’t come up with something original that …

IFPInterview: Oliver Wetter

Interview: Gwabryel

Today, we are happy to introduce Swiss artist Gwabryel, who very graciously decided to talk Lovecraft with us. Gwabryel is a lover of all things horror and his work has appeared in several of Centipede Press’s collections. His collection of images featuring gigantic Lovecraftian structures would make good old Cthulhu proud. Without further ado, say, “Hello” to our newest ami:

IFP: Your subject matter tends to be related to horror literature. What attracts you to horror?

G: For …

IFPInterview: Gwabryel

Interview: Jeff Remmer

Today we are talking with illustrator Jeff Remmer. His work has been featured in Malibu Comics, Wizards of the Coast, Image Comics and various fantasy magazines. He has worked in the video game industry since 1993. He has also produced numerous Lovecraftian illustrations:

IFP: Tell us a bit about yourself. What’s your background? Did you go to art school? That sort of thing.

JR: I have been drawing for most of my life and most of my art is based …

IFPInterview: Jeff Remmer

Interview: Dave Carson

Today, we are talking with Dave Carson, a Lovecraftian illustrator working mainly with pen and ink. He has won five British Fantasy Awards for Best Artist during his career as an illustrator. He has also done extensive work for the Call of Cthulhu RPG published by Chaosium:

IFP: Tell us a bit about yourself. What’s your background? Did you go to art school? That sort of thing.

DC: I was born in Northern Ireland in 1955. I never did go …

IFPInterview: Dave Carson