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Yamato USA Press Release - Luis Royo at SDCC

A FANTASY MADE REALITY

Yamato USA Welcomes Legendary Fantasy Artist Luis Royo to the San Diego Comic Con International

TORRANCE, CA, July 15, 2009. Yamato USA is pleased to welcome Luis Royo to the San Diego Comic Con International, and invites those in attendance to a very special and rare autograph session with the artist. That’s right, legendary fantasy artist Luis Royo will be at the Yamato USA booth to greet fans and sign autographs at the following dates and times:

LUIS ROYO AUTOGRAPH SESSION

Yamato USA Booth 4429 (Between Warner Bros. & Toy Growers Courtyard)

Friday, July 24 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Friday, July 24 04:00 PM – 05:00 PM

Saturday, July 25 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Saturday, July 25 04:00 PM – 05:00 PM

Times Subject to Change

Yamato USA will also have on display current and upcoming pieces from its Fantasy Figure Gallery, its groundbreaking collection of resin quality PVC statues, bringing together the unrivaled talent of Asia’s foremost portrait sculptors with the leading fantasy artists of Europe and the Americas. On display will be pieces from Luis Royo, Dorian Cleavenger, Boris Vallejo, and Julie Bell featuring the sculpting talents of Shungo Yazawa, Shunji Hagii, Plant-jzero Moekichi, Tobe, and Shin Tanave.

For more information, visit us at www.YamatoToysUSA.com. See you at the show!

ABOUT LUIS ROYO

Luis Royo was born in 1954 in Olalla, a small town in Teruel. In 1972 he starts painting and exhibiting in various forums. In 1978 he begins his career as a comic-book artist. In 1983 he goes to illustration, where he will harvest his greatest successes.

In 1992 his first book, Women, appears, followed by Malefic (1994), Secrets (1996), III Millenium (1998), Dreams (1999), Prohibited Book (1999), Evolution (2001), Prohibition Book 2 (2001), Conceptions I (2002), Visions (2003), Prohibited Book 3 (2003), Conceptions II (2003), Prohibited Sketchbook (2004), Fantastic Art (2004), The Labyrinth Tarot (2004), and Conceptions III (2005). To these titles we must add the publication of six series of collector cards, six portfolios, posters, and two packs of Tarot cards, The Black Tarot and The Labyrinth Tarot.

The growing popularity of his pictures has allowed us to find them as well in postcards, calendars, packs of cards, T-shirts, CD jackets, videogames, and even on some sculptures.

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Posted 16 July, 2009 - 09:51 by Shogundan