ART OF THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK BY RALPH MCQUARRIE
Unused promo art by Bob Peak for Something Wicked This Way Comes, c. 1983, via We Are The Mutants.
Forgotten masterpiece: “Harry” by Jeff Jones, with colors by Richard Corben, from Vampirella #32, published by Warren Publishing, April 1974.
Had this book for a while, scaned it sometime ago. I just played with the contrast. Scaled them down a bit. These will be the best you’ll find.
(again, I don’t know why but you can’t click on the image to make it bigger. If you right click and “view image” you will see it bigger)
The Pnume by Jeffrey Catherine Jones, Philippe Caza, and H.R. van Dongen
“In 1978, Rodney Matthews published Yendor: The Journey of a Junior Adventurer, a hard-back picture book featuring his distinctive paintings of “The Wild Country”, a fantasy world seen through the eyes of young Yendor, named after his son (Yendor is, of course, Rodney backwards). These paintings were accompanied by irreverent and light-hearted text written by Graham Smith, forming an episodic story about Yendor’s journey. Despite not featuring any coherent plot structure, this whimsical book achieved cult status amongst fanatics of fantastic art due to Matthew’s striking and surreal paintings.“