Taking on the conceptual appearance of a late 1970s experimental prog rock band’s LP cover – think Yes meets Pink Floyd – this very latest original art release by one of the UK’s most hotly anticipated new contemporary landscape portrayal stars, Miller James’s (the result of when 2 artists become 1) is certainly nothing if not magically composed and vividly hued and saturated. What with a door to seeming nowhere, a floating wig and that that omnipresent night sky as championed by prog rockers of their era (in terms of album artwork), everything’s there.
Of course Miller James isn’t an album cover artist. Instead they’re (combined) two of the country’s brightest new stars of his hugely popular genre and unique practitioners who are quickly making their very visual mark on a competitive pictorial scene. Their brand new ‘Spellbound III’ original piece forms one-fourth part of their current Spring 2015 released collective parcel, and is available to reserve/order as of now, via the usual methods of communication. Which thankfully involve no electro-synth keyboards or tubular bells of any description.