1. Working on a new painting for an upcoming print with proceeds going to a good cause.

     
  2. "The Color of Paradox" for a short story by A. M. Dellamonica on Tor.com. As always Irene Gallo was awesome to work with. Read it here: www.tor.com/stories/2014/06/the-color-of-paradox-am-dellamonica

     
  3. "Combustion Hour". New work for Tor.com for a wonderful story by Yoon Ha Lee. Thank you to Irene Gallo for another awesome assignment! Read the story here: http://www.tor.com/stories/2014/06/combustion-hour

     
  4. Cover for the limited edition of “The Good Shabti” by Robert Sharp coming out in September from Jurassic London. More info here: http://www.jurassic-london.com/2014/06/announcing-the-good-shabti-by-robert-sharp.html

     

  5. Rocket Talk, Episode 12: Illustrators Victo Ngai and Jeffrey Alan Love

    rockettalkpodcast:

    In this episode of Rocket Talk, Justin Landon talks with illustrators Victo Ngai and Jeffrey Alan Love about differing styles of SFF art, how art affects marketing, and some of their favorite projects.

    Listen to Rocket Talk Episode 12 now!

     
  6. "Tolkien’s Beowulf"

    Full-page illustration for this week’s issue of the New Yorker. Many thanks to AD Jordan Awan for the dream assignment!

     
  7. "The Stranger"

    Jeffrey Alan Love

     
  8. I’m very honored to have my art on the poster for this year’s Illustration Academy. It was a life-changing experience for me as a student, and it feels great to be asked back to teach for the second year in a row along with so many of my heroes and friends.

     
  9. I’ve got a few artist’s proofs left of my recent Skyrim poster “The Dragon At World’s End”. The artist’s proofs are a limited edition giclee of 15, in contrast to the normal version available through Bethesda which is an edition of 300. $40 for shipping to the continental USA, if interested email me at jeff (at) jeffreyalanlove.com First come first served, when they’re gone they’re gone.

     
  10. The Dark Knight.