Search Results: 'Allan Linder'

Search

×
×
×
×
7 results for "Allan Linder"
Allan Linder Wandering Soul By Todd Gunzelman
Paperback: $15.20
Ships in 3-5 business days.
The second book in this exciting series about the neo-bohemian artist includes 50 uncensored questions that reveal the soul behind the art. With more than 300 pages of eye popping drawings spanning... More > the artists’ 30 year career you won’t be able to put it down. “Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.” ~ Gogh, Vincent Van (March 30, 1853 in Zundert - July 29, 1890 in Auvers-sur-Oise)< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Issue 3 By Allan Linder
Paperback: $7.96
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Prisoner of the Mind is a graphic novel by Allan Linder, sixteen years in the making. The story is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York, the unforgiving city. In issue number 3,... More > fFollowing Coles attempted suicide, he awakens in the psychiatric ward of a hospital, with no recollection of the incident. The psychiatrist, Doctor Zane questions Cole and determines that the dead agent Cole investigated was a close friend from the academy named Tommy. As Dr. Zane digs deeper, he finds out that Cole’s mother was killed in a boating accident and his father was murdered when he was only nine years old. When Cole is finally released from the hospital, he discovers his apartment has been tossed, but oddly, nothing is missing.< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Issue 1 By Allan Linder
Paperback: $7.96
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Prisoner of the Mind is a graphic novel by Allan Linder, sixteen years in the making. The story is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York, the unforgiving city. On the outside,... More > buildings are taller, the sky is darker, and technology has advanced. Nevertheless, people are the same inside, hungry, greedy, and deceitful. A hardboiled agent with a perfect service record tries to commit suicide after investigating another agent’s death. Following Coles attempted suicide; he awakens in the psychiatric ward of a hospital with no recollection of the incident. His partner, Agent Reece has a theory of why he tried to kill himself that involves his friend Tommy and his past lover Jasmine, but he is still in denial. Through a series of forensic clues, and blackouts, Cole begins to assemble pieces of a puzzle. Following breadcrumbs he obtains classified intelligence from an informant, and he soon fears that staying alive will test his moral fiber and his friendships.< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Volume One By Allan Linder
Paperback: $14.95
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Prisoner of the Mind Volume One softcover is a graphic novel by Allan Linder, sixteen years in the making. The story is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York, the unforgiving city.... More > On the outside, buildings are taller, the sky is darker, and technology has advanced. Nevertheless, people are the same inside, hungry, greedy, and deceitful. A hardboiled agent with a perfect service record tries to commit suicide after investigating another agent’s death. Following Coles attempted suicide; he awakens in the psychiatric ward of a hospital with no recollection of the incident. His partner, Agent Reece has a theory of why he tried to kill himself that involves his friend Tommy and his past lover Jasmine, but he is still in denial. Through a series of forensic clues, and blackouts, Cole begins to assemble pieces of a puzzle. Following breadcrumbs he obtains classified intelligence from an informant, and he soon fears that staying alive will test his moral fiber and his friendships.< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Issue 2 By Allan Linder
Paperback: $7.96
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Prisoner of the Mind Issue #2 The Devils Luck by Allan Linder. Following Coles attempted suicide; he awakens in the psychiatric ward of a hospital, with no recollection of the incident. The... More > psychiatrist Doctor Zane questions Cole and learns that the dead agent he investigated was a close friend from the academy named Tommy. As Dr. Zane digs deeper, he finds out that Cole’s mother was killed in a boating accident, and his father was murdered when he was only nine years old. People turn their heads away from truth because it is more painful to believe than lies. They distance themselves from human contact with ever increasing technologies because sterility is easier. Relationships always take more effort. Humankind seeks out the easiest path like rain seeks out the path of least resistance. Each successive generation feels that they are more entitled than the last. They have no work ethic, no morals, and no values. Deserving or not, these people are prey for the strong and powerful.< Less
Allan Linder 20th century and beyond By Todd Gunzelman
eBook (PDF): $6.49
Download immediately.
(2 Ratings)
What makes an artist great? Struggle, determination, failure, or is it just raw talent. This question has been asked for centuries, and every art critic has a different answer. Follow the journey of... More > notable American artist Allan Linder through three decades of artwork, as he hones his skill while overcoming life’s obstacles. This fourth generation artist works within the precincts of paint on canvas, sculpture in many mediums, and drawing on paper. His work is exhibited and collected worldwide. Linder’s work ranges from abstract concepts, to his most recent paintings that depict realistic scenes of New York City in various seasons. The subject matter ranges from moments of peaceful silence in a burgeoning and populated locale, to busy street scenes in the heart of Time Square. With more than 150 full color photographs of his most important work, this book is a compliment to any art history collection, and the topic of many conversations.< Less
Allan Linder 20th century and beyond By Todd Gunzelman
Paperback: $68.50
Ships in 3-5 business days.
(2 Ratings)
What makes an artist great? Struggle, determination, failure, or is it just raw talent. This question has been asked for centuries, and every art critic has a different answer. Follow the journey of... More > notable American artist Allan Linder through three decades of artwork, as he hones his skill while overcoming life’s obstacles. This fourth generation artist works within the precincts of paint on canvas, sculpture in many mediums, and drawing on paper. His work is exhibited and collected worldwide. Linder’s work ranges from abstract concepts, to his most recent paintings that depict realistic scenes of New York City in various seasons. The subject matter ranges from moments of peaceful silence in a burgeoning and populated locale, to busy street scenes in the heart of Time Square. With more than 150 full color photographs of his most important work, this book is a compliment to any art history collection, and the topic of many conversations.< Less