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Juxtapoz Magazine - Frank Rudolph Paul's Life on Other Planets 1936-39

Frank Rudolph Paul's Life on Other Planets 1936-39

Life on Saturn, “Frank Rudolph Paul – was an illustrator of US science fiction pulp magazines. He was influential in defining what both cover art and interior illustrations in the nascent science fiction pulps of the looked like.

This image depicting 1950s optimism about the future was our inspiration for the current collection Fantastique Magnifique  -karen walker

Mid Century Vintage Space Age Advertisement illustration for America’s Independent Electric Light and Power Companies. "Watch where you're flying, bitch!

michaelallanleonard: “Komatsuzaki Shigeru ” Cover art for RED PLANET by Robert A. Heinlein

michaelallanleonard: “Komatsuzaki Shigeru ” Cover art for RED PLANET by Robert A.

Rétrofuturisme. "Life on Pluto"

udhcmh: “ Frank R. Paul illustration of “Life on Pluto” from Fantastic Adventures, February “This world of cold and eternal twilight would most likely be inhabited by winged bat-people with heavy protecting fur.

No way to outsmart it, it's infinite!

Frank R. Paul illustration for The Infinite Brain by John C. Campbell in Science Wonder Stories May

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joelcarroll: “ bettyfelon: “ Does anybody know the source of this image? ” Why, that’s Space Sheriff Gavan and Mimi! They just recently relaunched Gavan and the other Tokusatsu Space Sheriff with a.

Never underestimate a kick-ass space woman with a ray gun! ~ Illustration by Walter M. Baumhofer.

Peter Stevens (1920 – 2001)

Dedicated to all things "geek retro:" the science fiction/fantasy/horror fandom of the past including pin up art, novel covers, pulp magazines, and comics.

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