HORROR ILLUSTRATED 100 Illustrated Horror Film Posters: Part 1 For some, Halloween means costume parties and drunken debauchery. That’s never really been my style. Personally, I like to spend my Halloween evenings eating candy and watching scary movies. This Halloween season has had me reminiscing of the brilliant horror and sci-fi movie posters of years past. Since there were so many amazing posters to showcase, I have split this post into two parts. Creature from Black Lake The Kindred Fright Night Tarantula! Death Race 2000 Silent Running The Thing Forbidden Planet House Planet of the Vampires Tales of Terror Kingdom of the Spiders Day of the Dead The Winged Serpent The Island of Dr. Road Games Equinox Nosferatu Alligator The Alpha Incident Up From the Depths Zardoz Dracula Robinson Crusoe on Mars The Changeling Invaders From Mars The Giant Spider Invasion Plan 9 From Outer Space Mortuary Fantastic Voyage Dawn of the Mummy Marooned Destination Inner Space Garden of the Dead Piranha The Shape of Things to Come The Day It Came to Earth Burial Ground Orca Mission Mars The Blob Atragon
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Illustrators, Illustrators' Agents, Illustration Agency, Art Rep, Artists' Representatives, London, New York, Shianghai, Paris, Hamburg, Singapore,- illustrationweb.com John Berkey Art Ltd. | Original John Berkey Sketches For Sale These are "Prelims" Sketches that John Berkey has done over the years. These were rough sketches sent out to the client to approve for angle, color, content... Some of these were selected to be used as finals for John Berkey to paint from and some were never used as finals at all. These sketches were sent to the client and were handled by many people for review, so they might have pencil marks, scratches, dents and other imperfections on them. Some were signed when they were created and would be marked on this sheet as OS (Originally Signed) others are marked by SA which were signed later by John Berkey as they were being cataloged into the estate. And some were not signed at all and are marked NS. All Original Artwork sold with a Certificate of Authenticity *Pricing and description are subject to *terms. National Geographic Holiday Card (NS) 7.5x5.5 Mat $600.00 [orig] Inquire Time Life Article (final exsits in the estate - inquire) (OS) 10.75x16 Mat $800.00 [orig] Inquire Inquire Inquire Inquire
John Berkey: A Tribute (John Berkey in his studio.) Sadly, this last week on April 29th, 2008-the master artist has left us. He was 75. I had the good fortune to get to know John personally back in 1992 while I was an art student. John Berkey: A brief History Born in Edgeley, North Dakota in 1932 Berkey's family moved to Excelsior, Minnesota some short years later. In 1963 Berkey decided to leave Brown & Bigelow and work from his home in Excelsior, MN as a freelance artist. Some of Berkey's most notable work were poster artwork for some of the biggest movies of the 70's -80's. He was actually commissioned to paint all six movie posters for The Star Trek original series films. Perhaps the most well known movie poster image he's created (aside from Star Wars and Star Trek) was the 1977 remake of King Kong. Another of his many career highlights was his ongoing work for the United States Postal Service on 12 different official U.S. postage stamps. We had a great visit with John on that day. In Closing: John Berkey
Muddy Colors Amazing Fantasy Artworks by John Berkey. Amazing Fantasy Artworks by John Berkey. "Self-portrait" For someone who lived almost his entire life in a small town in Minnesota and seldom travelled far from his home, Illustrator John Berkey has shown the world a unique vision of a future in time and space way beyond our wildest dreams. He is most well known as a science fiction artist, specifically for his paintings of huge graceful spaceships of multi-faceted shapes adorned with many intricate details, soaring through outer space. Starting in the nineteen sixties, John was commissioned to do illustrations of the astronauts involved with NASA and the space program as part of their efforts to go beyond the earths atmosphere and eventually to the moon. Early in his career, John spent eight years as a staff artist at Brown and Bigelow, where he produced up to seventy calendar paintings a year. Some of his best works: Let the post load
ILLUSTRATION ART Le livre d'Aslan (Frontières, 1971) Auteur : Valéry D'Amboise Avertissement : Cette chronique ne contient aucune mention de matériel de papeterie, aucune référence au Viandox ou a des sujets pouvant choquer les plus jeunes, comme la congélation in vivo de chinchillas ou la sédentarisation forcée des basques. Si vous craignez néanmoins d'être offusqué par la vue de jeunes femmes dénudées dans des poses suggestives, cliquez plutôt ici. Aslan, alias Alain Aslan, aliasas (ce mot n'existe pas, mais il devrait) Alain Gourdon, est un artiste qui a marqué les esprits de ses contemporains, en particulier entre 1963 et 1981, époque où il dépeint chaque mois une jeune femme parée de ses plus beaux atours pour le mensuel culturel Lui. L'ouvrage, résolument avant-gardiste, se situe dans un futur hypothétique alors fort lointain, mais qui commence à se rapprocher singulièrement, comme l'indique cet avertissement situé au début. Aslan, par le style, s'inscrit dans la lignée du belge Marcel Marlier.
THE ART OF JOHN ALVIN GETTING GREAT PRESS! - John Alvin Art As some of you who follow The Art of John Alvin, not the book, but the actual art, which is represented by ArtInsights Animation and Film Art Gallery, know quite well, Andrea Alvin has been working for several years writing, compiling, and getting permissions for a (hopefully first) book on John Alvin’s career and art. It is being released by Titan Books. We have been thrilled to see not only the attention that Titan has given it in terms of promotion, but also the interest, well deserved, by the press worldwide. We are told this is only the first round, and more articles will appear as the actual release date happens, but we are going to keep a list of all the articles and reviews, good or (goddess forbid!) My friend Travis of Punch Drunk Critics has a connection with Amazon and gets a teeny bit back from you buying from him and we like to support him…so if you’re buying from Amazon, click here!
Les Rétro-Galeries de Mr Gutsy: Richard Corben (4) Un peu de tout sur le grand Richard Corben ( Un en Français, un autre en anglais et encore un en Français ) A voir également : Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine