Amazing Stories, back cover

Robert McCall space mural

Tetrahedra of Space - 50 Watts

Tetrahedra of Space - 50 Watts

By: Marcia Baldwin

The February, 1946 issue of Amazing Stories magazine included an illustration by James B. Settles which depicts a somewhat peculiar leisure vehicle of the future.

H.J. Bruck - The Square from Space, 1971.

MIchael Whelan - art for 2061.

Size & Grade Please note that this is a cover only! This is an original color cover for Astounding Science Fiction, May, 1955 that features a scene from the film Conquest of Space that was produced by the studios of Paramount Pictures. To infinity and beyond! Period Paper is excited to launch, (pun intended), a collection of 1950s era Astounding Science Fiction magazine covers that feature artwork that's truly out-of-this-world! Initially published in 1929, Astounding Science Fiction , (later changed to Analog Science Fact & Fiction in 1960), is the longest running, continuously published magazine of the sci-fi genre. As if that factoid wasn't impressive enough, issues of the magazine can even be found, (probably floating), inside the library of the International Space Station! Blast off and enjoy orbiting through the breathtaking, (there's no air in space remember?), artwork by stars such as Frank Kelly Freas, Henry Richard Van Dongen, and Ed Emshwiller. Try not to make a total ass-tronaut out of yourself as you enjoy pointing and mocking the Leeminorrians, Tenebrans, Centrans, Martian, and other alien lifeforms you encounter! Wander through the Kyrt fields of Florina, feel the weight of Mesklin's gravity, or sail the seas of Rathe! But make sure to watch out for cross-dressing, prairie-bonnet wearing, slave traders of the Wizard crime syndicate (Houston, we have a problem)! Even with everything this 'final frontier' has to see and explore, there's simply no need to 'light speed' your way through it. So, to continue your interplanetary cruise, (trust us, it's not rocket science), simply click on the link provided below the condition paragraph. Keywords specific to this image: Rocket Ship, Astronomy, Planet, Mars, Solar System, Shuttle, Exploration, Smoke, Clouds, Landscape, Desert, Dust, Sand, Rock, Boulder, Martian, Astronauts, Film, Movie, Craft, Transportation, Mission, NASA YSFC3A5C55 This 57+ year old Item is rated Very Fine ++. Small crease - top left corner. Light scuffing. Product Type: Original Cover; ColorGrade: Very Fine ++: Approximately 5.25 x 7.5 inches; 13 x 19 cmAuthentication: Serial-Numbered Certificate of Authenticity w/ Full ProvenanceProtection: Packaged in a custom archival sleeve with an acid-free black board (great for display, gift-giving, and preservation)

// spaceman // ((compositing options - smoke as backdrop - animated sections / masks / objects in foreground ))

magictransistor: Frank R. Paul

Al Williamson

Frank R. Paul (1884–1963)

Space Future, Sci-Fi, Retro-Futuristic, by Bruce Pennington. / Love this EL.


Can't Stop Us by David Habben.


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Space Research - fun vintage illustration of solar system observation.

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