The very first sketch of one of Matthews’ most popular and enduring images. Inspired by his father's working model of The Flying Scotsman, the now iconic train was originally designed for a poster. It was later licensed by Silmarils as the cover art for their video game Transarctica, then by Diamond Head for their 'Am I Evil?' album cover, and then by Ride, as one of ten Matthews designs to appear on their snowboards. Most recently, the image inspired a track for Matthews' album Trinity.
A signed original pencil drawing on tracing paper from 1983. Titled "Who disturbs the Tyrant?" Commissioned by TSR Hobbies for the front cover of their adventure games...View full product details
A fine art print reproduced from the artwork titled '1960s Psychedelia' Hand-signed by Rodney Matthews Finished size measures approx 485 (h) x 330 (w) mm Giclèe printed by Rodney...View full product details
Limited edition, giclée print reproduced from the original artwork titled 'A Caucus Race' Only 750 made Hand-signed and numbered by Rodney Matthews Finished size measures 451 (h) x 641...View full product details
In 2008, when Templar published their collector's classic edition of Alice in Wonderland, Matthews achieved his lifelong ambition to illustrate the most well known children's...View full product details
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