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sciencefictionworld: Art by Michael Whelan. (via pulpexplosion)

"Officially, this beauty is The Recon, since it was meant for scouting missions. I call her Mercury."  He wondered if she would catch the reference to something humans on earth used to study - Roman mythology.  @blazenfalcon

Sci-fi fantasy artworks of futuristic cities and objects beyond gravity.

ARKADY (1985) by Michael Whelan, cover for Isaac Asimov’s Second Foundation

ARKADY by Michael Whelan, cover for Isaac Asimov’s Second Foundation

SciFi Art Paintings John Harris 01 (This was the cover for a sci-fi novel called The Strength of Stones -- weird story, but interesting.)

SciFi Art Paintings John Harris 01 (This was the cover for a sci-fi novel called The Strength of Stones -- weird story, but interesting.

Michael Whelan - Killashandra

Michael Whelan - Killashandra

“Urish’s Bane” | Art by Michael Whelan for the cover of _The Vanishing Tower_ (Daw 1977; Grafton 1984); also used for Cirith Ungol’s _One Foot in Hell_ (1986) | “[There sat on Urish’s throne] a fat, scaly thing of yellow and green and black. Brown bile dripped from its grinning mouth and it raised one of its many paws in a mockery of a salute.” — “To Snare the Pale Prince” #elric

Michael Whelan's Urish's Bane - cover art for The Vanishing Tower by Michael Moorcock - Daw Books

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