Gerald BromGerald Brom is a Gothic Fantasy Artist that needs no introduction to those that are familiar with the genre and art. Known professionally as Brom.

In his twenties, he started working full-time as a commercial illustrator, since then he never looked back and his protfolio includes working with some of the biggest names in the industry.

His done work with  AD&D role-playing games and its Forgotten Realms and Planescape lines, and covers for Dragon and Dungeon magazines.



  • KRAMPUS the YULE LORD (2012)
  • The Child Thief (2009)
  • The Devil’s Rose (2007)
  • The Plucker (2005) [1]
  • Darkwerks: The Art of Brom (2000)
  • Brom’s Little Black Book
  • Offerings
  • Metamorphosis (2007) (beinArt) ISBN 978-0-9803231-0-8

Book covers

  • War of the Spider Queen: Dissolution (2003)
  • War of the Spider Queen: Insurrection (2003)
  • War of the Spider Queen: Condemnation (2004)
  • War of the Spider Queen: Extinction (2005)
  • War of the Spider Queen: Annihilation (2005)
  • War of the Spider Queen: Resurrection (2005)

Movies & TV (as concept artist)

  • Van Helsing (2004)
  • Scooby-Doo (2002)
  • The Time Machine (2002) (uncredited)
  • Ghosts of Mars (2001)
  • Bless the Child (2000)
  • Sleepy Hollow (1999) (poster art)
  • Galaxy Quest (1999)

Gerard Brom’s art and his influence on Blizzard’s Diablo

Video games

  • Doom II
  • Diablo II
  • Diablo III
  • Heretic
  • Heretic II
  • Skyborg: Into the Vortex
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara

Tabletop games

  • Dark Age (concept artist)
  • Magic the Gathering: Full Card List as Artist (concept artist)
  • Button Men:Brom (a series of 12 buttons for the Cheapass Games collectible game)


You have to check out Brom’s BIO on his website:

“Brom is currently kept in a dank cellar somewhere in the drizzly Northwest. There he subsists on poison spiders, centipedes, and bad kung-fu flicks. When not eating bugs, he is ever writing, painting, and trying to reach a happy sing-a-long with the many demons dancing about in his head.”

He is truly a unique artist, and we cannot help but stare and get lost in amazement at the artwork that he is producing. Here’s a few of our favourite pieces, enjoy browsing through them and be amazed. The Contrast, the detail and “darkness” (as we like to call it), and “sadness” gets captured in every piece:

Rats Den

Gerald Brom - Rats Den


Gerald Brom Gunslinger

Black sword

Gerald Brom - BlackSword 


Gerald Brom - Tempest 

Lion Head

Gerald Brom - Lion Head 

Golden Helm

Gerald Brom - Golden Helm 

Red Wing

Gerald Brom - Red Wing

His work can be purchased directly from his website, which includes personalizing it, or signings.