Noupe Editorial Team March 5th, 2020

Best Dune Fan and Concept Art Collection

Dune Art

Dune has been growing in popularity in recent years. Therefore, Dune Art is becoming more popular. 

Dune is a science-fiction saga, written by Frank Herbert. Dune, the first book, is cited as the best selling science-fiction novel in history. With Dune, Frank Herbert won the 1966 Hugo Award, and the Nebula Award for the Best Novel. 

It was adapted into a movie in 1984 and into a mini-series in 2000. There also have been different card, board and video games inspired by Dune. 

And it seems like this popularity is going to grow. There is a new movie that is being shot by the director Denis Villeneuve, starring famous actors like Javier Bardem and Jason Mamoa, and Charlotte Rampling. The movie is scheduled to be released in IMAX and 3D on December 18, 2020, by Warner. Bros. 

So we don’t need to say there have been many artworks created that are inspired by the Dune franchise. 

Here are the ones that we like the most in no particular order, now take your spice melange out and enjoy.

Dune Art

Muad’Dib summons The Great Maker
Muad’Dib summons The Great Maker by Sam Weber

Also, in the 1970s, famous cult film director Alejandro Jodorowsky dreamt about creating a 15-hour film adaptation of Dune. It was going to feature the designs of legendary H.R Giger.  The film never got made, but we got to see the dune concept art that was created by H.R Giger. You should definitely watch the documentary “Jodorowsky’s Dune”, created by Frank Pavich, which explores the process. 

Here are some of them:

Trying to escape real life and let your imagination run amok? Then you should definitely check out our Demon Stone and World of Warcraft Art articles for more awesome fantastic illustrations :)

Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

Cover art: Art Abyss

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