This post guaranteed to give you nightmares. Selected works in various mediums from the late H.R. Giger.
Charles Robert Knight (1874 – 1953) was one of the first American artists to popularize the prehistoric past, being one …
A collection of Frank R. Paul’s work for the 1940s, focusing on his colorful visions from the “Life On” and “City On” series for pulp magazines in the early 1940s.
This has been picked up by numerous other blogs by now, but the rights to the James Bond novels are changing hands, going from their venerable owner Penguin Books to the more-hip genre publisher Vintage. Two preview covers have been released for the new editions; they remind me more of old ’40s mystery novels—like the Dell Mapbacks—than James Bond novels, with their subtle, art-deco, low-impact covers.
Frank R. Paul, first major science fiction illustrator, who populated the early Hugo Gernsback magazines of the 1920s and 1930s with his imaginative designs. While he was pretty abysmal at drawing people, Paul was great at making technical-mechanical devices, was bright and garish enough to attract readers to the new genre, and perfectly portrays the Gernsback era of “scientifiction” in art.
There are women who read Hard Case Crime topless, and women who wear dresses made up to look like Hard Case novel covers. Just thought you should know.