Geoff's Website

Black and white illustration prices are on request and will be between £20 and £250

Geoff Taylor has illustrated book covers for many publishers around the world for over 40 years. Geoff is best known within the Fantasy and Sci Fiction genres for his book cover art. working with authors such as Raymond E. Feist, David Eddings, Katharine Kerr, Jack Vance and many others. Warhammer Rulebook

Geoff has created paintings for Games Workshop, the largest role-playing games company in the world, for use on their White Dwarf magazine, Warhammer box covers and bookcovers for the Black Library. Wolf from Wolf Brother

There are also hundreds more illustrations inside books, such as The Chronicles of Ancient Darkness: (Illustration from Wolf Brother Book 1) a series of 6 books by Michelle Paver. Geoff was also one of the illustrators for Jeff Waynes Musical Version of The War of the Worlds Album booklet.

Siesta - wolf cubs resting

Geoff is also an accomplished wildlife artist, this can be seen in the detail of his wildlife art, paintings of wolves, owls, deer and other animals. Wildlife Prints can be found in For Sale section of the website.

To view the artwork, many of which are for sale, go to Galleries then select from the list.


A Time of Justice

A Time of Justice. The city of Cengarn is under siege. Armies both astral and physical are massing for and against the goddess Alshandra who seeks to prevent the birth of one fate-bound child. It falls to the dweomermaster Jill and her allies to protect the child's human mother, Princess Carra--and Deverry's already foretold future--by magic and by might. But as the warrior Rhodry wings toward the battle on dragonback he cannot know that soon he will face his ancient enemy, Alshandra...

Inner Eclipse

Inner Eclipse. On the planet Nightshade, anyone can buy or sell Flex, the death-dealing drug, to take offworld but no one is supposed to use it. Nonetheless, Flex addicts are a common sight in Riotmark, the planet's largest city. No one comes to Nightshade for anything but Flex - no one except Benedict and his travelling companions, who believe there may be something even more interesting in the jungle - something Benedict has been searching for all his life.

The Wizard and the Warlord

Sigurd grew up with his grandmother, bothered only by the trolls that seemed bent on destroying their settlement. Then she died, leaving him a mysterious box he couldn't open and a confused warning against some dread warlord or wizard — he couldn't be sure of which from her final ravings. Then the grim warlord Halfdane came to abduct him by force into the Realm of the Alfar. Now he was a virtual prisoner in the hill fort of Halfdane, caught in a bitter war between light and dark...

Swords against Death

Swords Against Death, the second story in the Lankhmar series, finds Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser beginning their real journey. Their hearts altered by the loss of first true love, they embark on a long and winding path of drunken debauchery and womanizing until crossing paths with two cross wizards, Sheelba of the Eyeless Face and Nigauble of the Seven Eyes. A most violent of clashes ensues.

Siege of Candlebane Hall

"Threads of Magic" saw the crippled sweep's boy, Drib, testing his powers of magic under the watchful eye of Nevian, Master of Magic. Now, as they move towards Candlebane Hall, the stage is set for a climax in which the powers of the evil Company of Murderers must be finally quashed.

Shadowfane

Jaric inherits his father's powers, and as he struggles to successfully assume them, mankind's enemies are growing strong.

Secret of the Sixth Magic

The Laws of the five magics were being set aside. First to go were those of the high art of sorcery. Then true magic, upon which the commerce of all Arcadia depended, had been voided. And now even thaumaturgy, the engineering knowledge of the world, was under attack. Jemidon had traced the trouble to Melizar, the strange, cold being who had seemingly appeared from nowhere. Somehow, Melizar could alter or negate the laws that had always existed by using a mysterious metagamic - something which...

Mythago Wood / Lavondyss

The Huxley family lives on the edge of Ryhope Wood in a remote corner of Britain. One by one, the Huxley men are drawn into the wild, primitive life of Ryhope Wood. They are lured by their curiosity, by the beauty of one of the mythical beings living there, and by their lust for power over the beast-like humans who inhabit the wood.