Your Favorite Fantastical Cover Artist, Even If You Never Realized It
I absolutely gurantee you've admired the artwork of John Harris at some point, even if you never knew his name. And now, a new book collects some of his most eye-popping art featuring spaceships and alien worlds. And we've got some exclusive images, with artist commentary!
Ever since I read Asimov’s Foundation trilogy as a teenager, I have loved the work of Chris Foss… It’s Space Opera on a huge scale: big ships adrift in limitless space, alien land…
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Mind-Blowing Spaceships from 1970s British Paperbacks
Paul McAuley is the author of The Quiet War, as well as Life After Wartime and Evening's Empires. He's also got an amazing collection of 1970s SF paperbacks, whose covers he's just digitized to share with the world. Here's his gallery of covers that feature spaceships done in a cool, psychedelic-minimalist style.
Jupiter, ed. by Carol and Frederik Pohl Introduction by Isaac Asimov Ballantine 23662, 1973 Cover art by John Berkey Contents: Introduction: Jupiter the Giant, by Isaac Asimov Preface: Jupiter at Last, by Frederik and Carol Pohl Bridge, by James Blish Victory Unintentional, by Isaac Asimov Desertion, by Clifford D. Simak The Mad Moon, by Stanley G. Weinbaum Heavyplanet, by Milton A. Rothman The Lotus-Engine, by Raymond Z. Gallun Call Me Joe, by Poul Anderson Habit, by Lester del Rey A…
Publication: The Space Merchants
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