rick berry

Rick Berry started in underground comics at age 17, expanding into popular culture with art for Marvel and DC comics; major book and gaming publishers; television and feature film (including being Keanu Reeves’ cyber stunt double in Johnny Mnemonic). In 1984, raiding MIT’s Media Arts and Mass College of Art’s digital labs, Berry created the world’s first digital cover for a novel, William Gibson’s Neuromancer. Authors Frank M. Robinson, Stephen King, Peter Straub, and Neil Gaiman have commissioned work, and Berry’s art continues to win awards and appear in print.


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