April 2016



Creating a graphic novel but stopping along the way to take some photos, eat some food and admire great art!

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Staunch Ambition by Brian Lau – Kickstarter

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Brian E. Lau has worked as a cover artist for Hall of Heroes alongside Ethan Van Sciver, Trent Kaniuga, and Matt Martin. He has 20 years of experience working as an art director, graphic designer, and illustrator. Staunch Ambition is his first Kickstarter campaign!

Cover :
Brian Lau, Kickstarter, Staunch Ambition

The interior pages for this project are absolutely gorgeous. The colours really pop out of the page!

Sample Interior :
Brian Lau, Kickstarter, Staunch Ambition

Thanks for your time Brian.
What can you tell me about your project?

Out of the enlightenment, both science and technology are born anew. As mankind continues to advance in scientific knowledge, breakthrough upon breakthrough compound, exponentially. Through this new technology, mankind is able to transcend its physical limitations by passing through the thought dimension and entering the supernatural.

This really seems like a cross genre book! What was your motivation behind the story?

To create beautiful art and tell this story! This is something I must do or I will explode! We all love amazing art, right! So much so that we want to share our experience or our love of it with our friends. Sharing what movie, music, or story we just became a part of. Well I must share this story inside of me or I’ll explode! If no one else is going to tell this story, then I will be the one! Because I must hear it told!

What do you like about the Sci-Fi genre?

Well good Sci-Fi is an insight to our future and asks the questions that cut right to the core of our mysterious existence! Can you tell that I love good Sci-Fi? Sci-Fi if done right is like our modern day prophets and we must listen to them in order to survive!

Good luck with your Kickstarter and hope you read your target!

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