Theros Artist Focus: Adam Paquette

Posted in Daily Deck on December 2, 2013

By Trick Jarrett

Patrick "Trick" Jarrett oversees web content and social media for Magic, and acts as the publisher of DailyMTG.com and Magic content on the web. He's an ardent Commander player and lover of the game he's played since Ice Age.

Today I want to try something new with the Arcana column I'm calling "Artist Focus." The idea is that I will pick an artist and show you all the works by that artist in a specific set. Now, I'm no art critic, and I'm not a member of the creative team, so I will display this art without comment and simply let you enjoy the wonderful work by our artists.

First up is a relative newcomer to Magic's artist lineup, Adam Paquette.

    The Basic Lands

Plains | Art by Adam Paquette

Island | Art by Adam Paquette

Swamp | Art by Adam Paquette

Mountain | Art by Adam Paquette

Forest | Art by Adam Paquette

    The Spells

Griptide | Art by Adam Paquette

Sealock Monster | Art by Adam Paquette

Lightning Strike | Art by Adam Paquette

Peak Eruption | Art by Adam Paquette

Vulpine Goliath | Art by Adam Paquette



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Patrick "Trick" Jarrett is the editor-in-chief of DailyMTG.com as well as working deeply on other web projects for Magic. He's an ardent Commander player with a beloved Kiki-Jiki Commander deck he's always eager to play with new people.

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