366 days, 366 sketches telling 366 stories, some smaller, some greater. Finally published in beautiful artbooks. For one year Even Mehl Amundsen sketched one character each day and wrote one drop of a story which at the end of the year would become an epic sea of adventures. After a successful Kickstarter campaign you can now get the book through our store.

People in Berlin can pick up a few spare copies at Figuya:
Plauener Strasse 163-165, Gebäude E, 13053 Berlin

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It all started with a crowd

Like many other artbooks this one also launched as a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter with overwhelming success. It ended with over 77.000€ funding and over 1.200 backers whose support made the production possible. With the help of Anne Pogoda and the team of Figuya the backers got their copies. The book is a A4 hardcover, black halflinen-binding and coated with surbalin paper that is leather textured. It has 160 pages and weighs about 900g. The inside is printed in full color. During the campaign it has been promoted throughout the world and has gotten a lot of positive feedback.

Features of TEGN

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Review by Marina Flores

Feature by ImagineFX

The story goes on

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Even Mehl Amundsen is a freelance concept artist from Norway who has worked for studios like Volta, Blizzard, Riot, Wizards of the Coast and many more. Besides that he has been working on his own world shown in TEGN. He travels a lot, teaching what he has learned in workshops and giving advice to newcomers. You can follow his work under these services:
Spiridon Giannakis is a freelance graphic designer and publisher from Germany who used to work for publishers specialized in tourism and magazines of flight companies. Now he works on artbooks and his community-magazine Firestarter.

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