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Brian Froud (born 1947 in Winchester) is an English fantasy illustrator. He lives and works in Devon with his wife, Wendy Froud, who is also a fantasy artist. The landscapes in his paintings are frequently inspired by Dartmoor. His work has been used as the inspiration for creatures in films such as The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth (both in conjunction with Jim Henson's Creature Shop). He collaborated with Terry Jones, who was a screenwriter on Labyrinth, on The Goblins of the Labyrinth (1986, re-issued in abridged form as The Goblin Companion: A Field Guide to Goblins in 1996), and subsequently on a number of non-Labyrinth-related books about fairies and goblins, namely of the "Lady Cottington" series, such as Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book. He has also worked with American writer Ari Berk on more recent books, including Goblins and "The Runes of Elfland", and produced art books such as Good Faeries/Bad Faeries. One of his most famous art books is simply titled Faeries, in collaboration with Alan Lee. Froud has also dabbled in other media and has recently created a deck of Oracle cards entitled "The Faerie's Oracle." His last book came out in 2006 and was called "The Secret Sketchbooks of Brian Froud" with included sketches of artwork seen finished in earlier work. The title of his next book is "World Of Faery." He also designed the album artwork for the German band Qntal's 2006 release "Qntal V: Silver Swan." The enhanced 2CD version of the album also featured a second CD featuring a short gallery of his fairy and goblin work.

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