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Raygun-age Science Fiction (yes: classics!)
Science fiction and fantasy with a side-order of horror from the classic age of pulps (and maybe a bit of the 1970s - but not the Disco bit). This is for vintage scifi art. Modern art by current artists is posted on my other board: "Scifi art that would look good on a Stephen Hunt novel."
Pulp Art Covers Distress | Just imagine the scandals these covers caused on the drugstore shelves ...
Amazing Stories pulp cover by Arnold Kohn,
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1957 ... lunar urban! | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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Murray Leinster, City On The Moon #SciFi
1957 ... lunar urban! 1950's science fiction
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5 Steps to Tomorrow: startling stories 1940
Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter is the fifth novel in the Lucky Starr series, six juvenile science fiction novels by Isaac Asimov that originally appeared under the pseudonym Paul French. The novel was first published by Doubleday & Company in August 1957. It is the only novel by Asimov set in the Jovian system.
Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter is the fifth novel in the Lucky Starr series, six juvenile science fiction novels by Isaac Asimov that originally appeared under the pseudonym Paul French. The novel was first published by Doubleday & Company in August 1957. It is the only novel by Asimov set in the Jovian system. en.wikipedia.org/... www.pinterest.com...
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Captain Rocket (cover)
1951 ... Captain Roooooocket! | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Showing Captain Rocket and the colours used in this movie typeface.
Planet Stories Spacesuit girl with raygun and bug-eyed monster SF Pulp Cover
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Ring Around the Sun by Clifford D. Simak, 1953. Cover artist unknown.
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Ring Around the Sun by Clifford D. Simak, 1953. Cover artist unknown. And 1953 was a great year for science fiction
Startling Stories, September 1939 Cover art: Alex Schomburg.
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"Cash prizes given for best stories of this cover"! 'The Bridge to Earth'; Robert Moore Williams Startling Stories, September 1939 Cover art: Alex Schomburg. #alexschomburg #pulpart #fantaciencia #startlingstories #pulpart
From "By Space Ship to the Moon" 1952-- illustration by Jack Coggins
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Rocket Ship to the Moon" 1952!!!
1952--Jack Coggins- fat rocket | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Andre Norton: Star born. Ace 1958. #writers
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Komatsuzaki Shigeru : Young Visitor to Mars by Richard M. Elam / Kodansha, 1956
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By Mario Chavez
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Woman From Another Planet « Pulp Covers
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Woman From Another Planet -Frank Long
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Soviet City of the Future, 1955
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a 1955 view of the future. For my son, the computer graphics designer.
1955 - a view of the #ferrari vs lamborghini #customized cars #luxury sports cars #celebritys sport cars #sport cars| http://how-to-be-health-guide-9857.blogspot.com
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Close...real in any big city.
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Almost fifty years after his death, Frank R. Paul remains one of the biggest names in science fiction art and pulp magazine illustration. These visions of life on moons and planets throughout our solar system (recently posted to reddit with no attribution to Paul, his work, or his impact) provide us with another fantastic example of why his legacy endures.
Many many years ago (~1940), Frank R. Paul kicked peoples asses with stunning retro futuristic cover art! #space #kunst #framtidsvisjon #planet #romfart #neptun
Life on Neptune “Frank Rudolph Paul (1884 – 1963) was an illustrator of US science fiction pulp magazines in the field. He was influential in defining what both cover art and interior illustrations in the nascent science fiction pulps of the 1920s looked like.”
Retro Futurism - Life On Neptune by Frank R. Paul
MAGAZINE COVER VINTAGE LIFE ON NEPTUNE ADVENTURE SPACE SCI FI 1940 POSTER CC3313 | eBay
Life on Neptune. Great vintage illustrations about life in other planets.
Lawyers are eaten by robots!
Excellent 1972 cover for Kate Wilhelm's "The Killing Thing" possibly wrongly attributed to Patrick Goodfellow - I think Peter Goodfellow is behind it. Love his airbrushed style and his use of tubular and curvilinear forms here. Spaceman crawling through the dust of an alien planet with a relentless murdering robot at his heels - is this what artificial intelligence and robot enthusiasts refer to as "technological singularity" or the moment a machine becomes self-aware?