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  1. EDD CARTIER: THE KNOWN AND THE UNKNOWN
    $45.00

    The first collection of fantasy art by a master illustrator with emphasis on reproduction of work for Unknown, Astounding, and the 1949 and 1950 Gnome Press calendars. Learn More
  2. THE ENCHANTED WORLD OF JESSIE M KING

    Regular Price: $150.00

    Sale Price $125.00

    The most important twentieth century illustrator from Scotland, Jessie King created a world that blended fantasy and reality in a way that still brings delight. In addition to her book bindings and illustrations, she also created colorful batik fabrics, jewelry and porcelain designs. Exploring her childhood and years at the Glasgow School of Art, to her marriage to E.A. Taylor and their life, first in Paris, then in Kircudbright, Scotland, White opens the door to a woman of "laughing good nature and exuberant friendliness." Includes chronology, check-list and index. Illustrated in black and white with several color illustrations throughout. Learn More
  3. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #1
    $39.00

    This is the original issue of Illustration Magazine#1. This volume profiles Haddon Hubbard Sundblom, best known for his depictions of Santa Claus and his world-famous advertising art for Coca-Cola; paperback illustrator James Avati; and science-fiction paperback cover artist and educator Jack Faragasso. Book reviews, and more! Learn More
  4. AN ANIMATOR'S GALLERY
    $40.00

    This whimsical, deluxe Art Deco-themed art book showcases Walt Disney characters in a style reminiscent of caricatures from the famed walls of Sardi's and The Brown Derby. Disney Supervising Animator and Director Eric Goldberg drew more than 200 stylized images in a collection that first debuted as a display within the Roy E. Disney Animation Building in Burbank, California. Now with An Animator's Gallery, the show comes right to you. Fans of all ages, and from all over, can enjoy Eric's playful portraits, starting with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse through characters from Frozen and Big Hero 6. Bonus sections even feature some of the most beloved characters from Pixar. Learn More
  5. MAKING OF STAR WARS EPISODE 1 PHANTOM MENACE
    $25.00

    In 1977, George Lucas brought Star Wars to the big screen--and made cinema history. Now, more than twenty years later, the visionary writer-director, his brilliant crew of special-effects wizards, and an exciting cast of talented stars have united to make the long-awaited and eagerly anticipated Episode I of the Star Wars epic. Star Wars: The Making of Episode I is your exclusive entrée backstage where the wonders of the newest chapter in the Star Wars saga are brought to life. Learn More
  6. SATAN'S TEARS The Art of Alex Nino

    Regular Price: $450.00

    Sale Price $375.00

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    A massive art book devoted to this unique Filipino comic artist. Only produced in this deluxe Signed & numbered edition. This is it, one of the most fabled books ever produced on a comics artist. Limited to just 1000, this quickly went out of print back in 1977 and since then it has been one of the holy grails amongst comic fans who want something very special about their artist. And this is it, collecting a plethora of wonderful artwork by this amazing illustrator, the leading name amongst all the Filipino artists who came into the comics world in the 1970s. Learn More
  7. BRIAN FROUD'S WORLD OF FAERIE Signed
    $65.00

    Drawing inspiration from the gnarled shrubbery of England's windswept moorlands, Brian Froud is best known for being the mad genius behind Jim Henson's film The Dark Crystal and illustrating such best-sellers as Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book. In this volume, a long-awaited sequel to his international best-sellers Faeries and Good Faeries/Bad Faeries, Froud returns to the world of faerie with a wealth of new, never-before-seen paintings, watercolors, and drawings. Learn More
  8. THE ART OF SIMON BISLEY Signed
    $200.00

    Simon Bisley is a British comics artist best known for his 1990s work on ABC Warriors, Lobo and Sláine. His style, reliant on paints, acrylics, inks and multiple-media, was strongly influenced by Frank Frazetta, Gustav Klimt, Salvador Dali, William Turner and Richard Corben. He also took inspiration from rock album covers and graffiti as well as traditional comics art. In turn he and his work have inspired various forms in media, including the Beast in the 2006 Doctor Who episode "The Satan Pit", and Simon Pegg's character graphic artist Tim Bisley on the Channel 4 sitcom Spaced. Learn More
  9. NORMAN LINDSAY ETCHINGS CATALOGUE RAISONNE

    Regular Price: $350.00

    Sale Price $275.00

    An updated catalogue raisonne and a text (with some new material) condensed from the original definitive publication 'The Complete Etchings of Norman Lindsay' (same publisher, 1998). Learn More
  10. SZUKALSKI
    $65.00

    This Polish sculptor and artist was extremely popular in his native country in the 1930s, doing absolutely incredible life-sized statues for public squares, great buildings and exhibits. But when Hitler invaded Poland in 1939, nearly all of his public work was destroyed for being non-Aryan. He ended up in Los Angeles, where writer and comics fan Glenn Bray found him. Subsequently Glen compiled several collections of his work, most of which are now long sold out and command big prices in the out of print market. This modest little booklet accompanied what was probably his first U.S. exhibit, at the Psychedelic Solution Gallery in New York City. Contributors include artists Rick Griffin and Robert Williams, and Tante Leny editor Lena Zwalve. Includes a brief biography, fiction, and essays by Szukalski, plus 29 drawings.

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