Venus Cruiser and The Ghoul were designed as covers for the two volumes of Clark Ashton Smith’s Other Dimensions. They are collections of short stories written in the ‘20s and ‘30s and are fairly characteristic of the period. Venus Cruiser is Matthews' interpretation of a planetary coaster used in the exploration of Venus by a scientific party from Earth in the tale The Immeasurable Horror. Unfortunately, the original artwork was “lost” at some stage in the production of the 1980 calendar.
A brand new, hand-signed, original 1970s poster. The gloomy and aloof Mongrove and his snail were done for the cover of a hardback entitled Legends...View full product details
Vortex magazine came into being in 1977 and ran for about a dozen copies before lack of funding caught up with it. Vortex No. 3 featured...View full product details
A brand new, hand-signed, original 1970s poster. The Monster of Lake LaMetrie was commissioned for the cover of the hardback version of England Invaded. This was the...View full product details
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