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  1. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #67
    $15.00

    A top-notch issue with three excellent artists profiled. Sci-fi illustrator Vincent DiFate is well known for his spectacular spaceships and robots on countless paperback covers back to the early 1960s and the era of the "Ace Doubles." Next up, Samson Pollen was an unsung but prolific master of men's sweat mag artwork, doing covers and interiors, many iconic. He's recently been collected in several books--here's an introduction to his work. Last up is Ray Prohaska, a top-tier magazine illustrator from the 1930s to the end of the sixties. Learn More
  2. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #9
    $39.00

    The pin-up and illustration art of Enoch Bolles; the paperback art of Gerald Gregg, best known for his work on the Dell Mapbacks; the sexy and seductive exploitation covers of Isaac Paul Rader. Learn More
  3. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #26
    $35.00

    This issue includes an in-depth feature on Graves Gladney (1907-1976), an early pulp illustration artist who sold freelance covers to most of the pulp houses and did many Shadow covers. After the war, he returned to fine painting and academia. Also featured is the story of The American Academy of Art in Chicago (part one), and the illustration work of Nan Pollard. Includes book reviews and listings of the latest exhibitions and events related to illustration history. Cover is by Gladney. Learn More
  4. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #16
    $30.00

    A story on the making of James Bama: American Realist, a new book on the artist’s illustration career; the rediscovery of artist Charles R. Showalter, previously assumed to have been the psuedonym of Haddon Sundblom; Illustrating an Era: The Charles E. Cooper Studio Story; Book Reviews, Events and Exhibitions, and much more!

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  5. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #44
    $30.00

    In this issue: The pulp and slick magazine art of Walter M. Baumhofer. Our book-length feature is the most detailed biography of the artist's life ever published, and covers every facet of Baumhofer's long career, from his pulp covers for Doc Savage and others, to his slick magazine illustrations. Rare photographs, original paintings, rare tear sheets, and more are shown. Book reviews, exhibitions and events, and more round out the issue. Learn More
  6. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #11
    $35.00

    The sexy exploitation paperback covers of illustrator Robert Bonfils; the Men's Adventure art collection of Rich Oberg; The Devil in Design, the art of the Krampus postcards; the story of Larry Admire, pulp magazine model extraordinaire. Learn More
  7. STANLEY MELTZOFF Picture Maker
    $44.95

    Stanley Meltzoff was one of the first paperback cover artists to be noted for his work in the science fiction field, painting dramatic images that escaped the pulp influence evident in most other science fiction covers of the period. Along with paperback cover paintings in numerous genres, Meltzoff also produced work for slick magazines, including Scientific AmericanLifeFortune, and the Saturday Evening Post. Learn More
  8. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #66
    $15.00

    Featuring the work of George Gross, best known for his pulp covers for Fiction House titles like Jungle and Detective Book, spectacular men's adventure magazine and paperback book cover illustrations of the 50s and 60s. Also featured is the work of Warren Baumgartner, known for his complete mastery of vibrant watercolor in his slick magazine illustrations of the '40s and '50s. Both written by David Saunders. Plus contemporary "entertainment" illustrator Paul Shipper (Star Trek: Discovery, The Last Jedi, Avengers: Infinity War). Learn More
  9. THE ART OF ALLEN ANDERSON
    $44.95

    This is the ultimate and only book ever on the preeminent but barely remembered pulp cover artist best known for his sexy women. His work is instantly recognizable, in covers for Planet Stories, Spicy Detective, Spicy Mystery, other Fiction House pulps like Action, Northwest, Lariat, and especially Jungle and the rare Sheena. He also did painted covers for Ziff-Davis comics: Eerie Adventures, G.I. Joe, Space Busters, Lars of Mars...he worked (and lived sometimes) with Norman Saunders, they were lifelong friends. Allen's work can easily be mistaken for Saunders'. Learn More
  10. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #2
    $39.00

    This is the first edition from 2002 and features an expanded look at the art and life of pulp art legend Norman Saunders. From his masterful pulp and paperback covers through his work with the Topps trading card company and beyond form the basis for the excellent new book, Norman Saunders. Also included is an appreciation of Frank Frazetta's amazing pen & ink illustrations for the 1960s Edgar Rice Burroughs novels from Canaveral Press, a look at censorship in the notorious Spicy pulps, and an in-depth exploration of the art of 1950s magazine illustrator Perry Peterson. Like John LaGatta, Peterson was a master of contemporary beautiful women as well as powerful fiction illustrations for the top magazines of the period. Learn More

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