A brand new, hand-signed, original 1980s poster. Painted in 1983, Matthews influences for this one came from three sources: the Holy Bible, Matthew 24:42, 'Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come'; the film 'Blade Runner'; and reading and researching the Shroud of Turin (Matthews added the eyes in the face of Christ). The image (with the face of Christ removed) was licensed the following year to the band Eloy for their album 'Metromania'.
A brand new, hand-signed, original 1970s poster. Lord Jagged of Canaria was Matthews' first full colour, fantasy paperback commission done for the third of Michael Moorcock’s The Dancers...View full product details
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
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