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  1. WOMEN OF MYTH AND MAGIC Kinuko Craft 2020 Calendar

    Regular Price: $14.99

    Sale Price $7.50

    From mythical archetypes to historical figures, women have inspired great literature, poetry, and, above all, magnificent works of art. Among contemporary artists inspired by ladies of legends, none shines brighter than Kinuko Y. Craft. In this elegant calendar she presents 12 opulent and richly detailed portraits of enchantresses, goddesses, brave warriors, and fairy-tale princesses, each weaving a spell of breathtaking feminine beauty. Stunning detail, great elaborate framing, and many images new to us. Learn More
  2. THE ART OF MAGIC 2020 Calendar

    Regular Price: $14.99

    Sale Price $7.50

    This dazzling collection of images captures the golden age of magic (1875-1930), when sleight of hand, death-defying feats, and glimpses of the devil and the paranormal inspired a popular trend in poster art. These hypnotic images, produced by renowned illustrators and lithographers, celebrated the mysterious powers of magicians such as Houdini, Thurston, Jansen, Carter, Adelaide Herrman, Balabrega, Blackstone, Powell, and the Wanda's: Goddess of Mystery! Great images, virtually all fresh and new to us. Learn More
  3. FRACTAL COSMOS The Mathematical Art of Alice Kelley 2020 Calendar

    Regular Price: $14.99

    Sale Price $7.50

    Fractals are visual depictions of mathematical equations — the ones behind natural phenomena such as crystal growth formation, plant structure, weather patterns...and even galaxy formation! It's proof that math is indeed beautiful while still being unearthly and fantasy-like. The Fractal Cosmos wall calendar features the organic computer-generated designs of Alice Kelley. Hers is not the only fractals calendar--it's just the best, and a bestseller each year for us. Always entirely new and fascinating. Learn More
  4. COMICS JOURNAL LIBRARY Volume 4 Drawing the Line

    Regular Price: $22.95

    Sale Price $17.50

    The fourth volume in this ongoing series of lavish coffee-table-books. Far-ranging and introspective interviews drawn from the Utne Award-winning magazine's archives, this volume gathers together four of the sharpest social commentators of our times: Ralph Steadman, Jules Feiffer, Edward Sorel, and David Levine. Each definitive conversation is complimented with generous amounts of illustration. Plus a full-color gallery of rarely seen work. Learn More
  5. MADMAN 20TH ANNIVERSARY MONSTER W/ Unsigned Bookplate

    Regular Price: $100.00

    Sale Price $50.00

    Frazetta!& Kirby! Toth! Moebius! Kubert! Miller! Stevens! The BIG one! Literally: This gigantic 11 x 17 hardcover is the coffee table book of the Millennium! Nearly every great artist ever to work in comics is in this book which includes a new 19-page story by Allread, and one-page tales and poster-sized tributes by Peter Bagge, Kyle Baker, Philip Bond & Peter Milligan, Darwyn Cooke, Dave Cooper, Dean Haspiel, Los Bros Hernandez, Erik Larsen, David Mack, Pat Mckeown, Bernie Mireault, Michael Avon Oeming, Paul Pope, Eric Powell, Frank Quitely, and on and on, with Steven T. Seagle & Teddy Kristiansen, Jeff Smith, Jay Stephens, Craig Thompson, Matt Wagner, Joe Quinones & Maris Wicks. Learn More
  6. HARRY HOUDINI The Legend of The World's Greatest Escape Artist

    Regular Price: $18.95

    Sale Price $9.95

    This illustrated biography combines original artwork and archival artifacts—photographs, playbills, posters, letters, and Houdini’s own stage props—to bring the story of the world’s greatest escape artist to life. Learn about Houdini’s unique rags-to-riches story, from his birth in a Hungarian ghetto to his death from a ruptured appendix at age fifty-two. He began as an escape artist and evolved into the “King of Handcuffs” on the vaudeville circuit, becoming an international star as his escape attempts reached ever more elaborate and dangerous heights. Learn More
  7. SUBURBAN AMERICA 1930-1970 An Architectural Perspective

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Sale Price $15.00

    Presentation design drawings of buildings which changed the appearance of suburban America. From an exhibition in Massachusetts May 13 to November 25, 2001. Handsome full color architectural drawings begin with gas stations and diners (with streamlining) in the 1930s, highways and overpasses that offer Art Deco overtones, bridges, gas trucks, drive-ins and theatres...all the architecture that once was influenced by Art Deco and fifties styling and the automobile. With essays. Learn More
  8. BARBARIANS ON BIKES

    Regular Price: $19.95

    Sale Price $14.95

    "Sex Rampage of the Cycle Savages" ... "Big Mama's Killer Cycle Army" ... "Cross-Country Blast With 'Satan's Riders'" ... "Cycle Queens of Violence" ... The headlines in classic men's pulp adventure magazines sure could paint a picture ... and so could the masters of pulp art who illustrated them! Three decades of vintage pulp magazine covers and interiors, from the 1950s through the early 1970s, most unseen since their original publication. A unique archive of biker covers and interior illustrations at their most savage, with history and context. Learn More
  9. SPECTRUM Volume 19 Hardcover

    Regular Price: $45.00

    Sale Price $24.95

    300 diverse visionary artists, many world-renowned, including Michael Whelan, Donato Giancola, Leo & Diane Dillon, Kinuko Craft, and Peter de SèveJames Gurney (Dinotopia) is the featured Grand Master. Cover is by Brom. Here is the year's finest art, Gold, Silver and Bronze winners plus all carefully chosen runners up, picked by a jury of their peers. With art from books and book covers, graphic novels, video games, films, galleries, three-dimensional (statues, etc.) and advertising, Spectrum is truly an electrifying art book. Learn More
  10. SPECTRUM Volume 9

    Regular Price: $27.00

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    Startling, wry, lyrical, and beguiling, the unrivaled reference to the ever-evolving world of science fiction and fantasy art in all its incarnations. Featuring the work of such award-winning creators as Dave McKean, Michael Whelan, Anita Kunz, Peter de Seve, James Gurney and over 200 more artists from around the globe. Also includes a breezy and biting Year in Review, a profile of the 2002 Grand Master Award recipient Kinuko Y. Craft, and contact information for every artist. The result is a seamless time capsule that will appeal to anyone with a taste for both excellence and the unexpected. Learn More

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