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Ilustraciones de Ciencia Ficción





Virgil Finlay (American, 1914–71). "Flight to Forever," Super Science story illustration, Nov. 1950







O'Reilly (American, 20th Century). Science Fiction Plus, story illustration







Virgil Finlay, "Jackpot," Galaxy Science Fiction story illustration, Oct. 1956






Richard M. Powers (American, 1921–96). Alpha 6, paperback cover, 1976






Paul Lehr (American, 1930–98). Best SF 73, paperback cover. Acrylic on board.






Julian Krupa (American, 20th Century). Pulp Back Cover Illustration. Watercolor and gouache on board.






Frank R. Paul (American,1884–1963), Science Wonder Stories, pulp cover, Sept. 1929






Virgil Finlay, Masquerade Digest cover, oil on canvas.






Lee Brown Coye (American, 1907–81). Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, book cover, 1968.






Virgil Finlay, Astrology magazine, story illustration, circa 1950s






Jon Arfstrom (American, 20th Century). The Dark Other, book cover printer's proof, 1950.






Chesley K. Bonestell (American, 1888–1986).
Double Star System - Beta Lyrae, 1978.






Paul Orban (American, 1896-1974). Science Fiction pulp story illustration






Virgil Finlay, Spaceman Science Fiction, book club illustration cover, 1955






Hannes Bok (American, 1914–64). Woman Dancing, story illustration, 1949

Also see this Bok post on But Does it Float





Frank Kelly Freas (American, 1922–-2005).
Astounding Stories (Double Star), story illustration, Feb. 1956






Mahlon Blaine (American, 1894–1969). At the Earth's Core, book illustration, 1962. Ink on paper.






Richard M. Powers, Man of Earth, paperback cover, 1958





A bit earlier: Four covers for Science and Invention, a Gernsback magazine that ran from 1920 to 1931 (check out the long list of his magazines):



Mark at Boing Boing provided the proper subtitle for this one: Portrait of a Blogger in the 1920s


10/4/2011 update: In a comment on the Boing Boing post, DrDave pointed to a post on A Great Disorder featuring these two photos of the actual Isolator:



"The 'Isolator' is designed to help focus the mind when reading or writing, not only by by eliminating all outside noise, but also by allowing just one line of text to be seen at a time through a horizontal slit."























Gahan Wilson (American, b. 1930). The Illustrated Man illustration. Mixed media on paper.

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marquesi
12-oct-2011, 00:23
 
itsopero
12-oct-2011, 00:26
Odio al viejo q baila donde dice mis aportes jaja, buenas las imagenes(da para prender uno )
 
juan salvador
12-oct-2011, 05:16
Impresionante locoo!!
 
Chotor12
12-oct-2011, 10:10

Increibles todas! .. buenisimo ..
 
batukes
12-oct-2011, 10:30
Muy buenas
 
Chuche
12-oct-2011, 22:41
Genialesssss te robe varias (:

 
zantho
12-oct-2011, 23:45
Citar:
Chuche

Y si... cara de chorras tenés
 
5073d
15-oct-2011, 11:44
Muy buenas, te las voy a robar para mi blog XD
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