80s-90s-stuff:

80s horror - Lifeforce movie artwork

jirat:

They Always Do (at JIRAT NEW YORK SHOWROOM)

historyinposters:

Cold War poster from USSR (date and country unknown)

historyinposters:

Cold War poster from USSR (date and country unknown)

shakypigment:

Hoffnung (Hope)
H.C. Berann

shakypigment:

Hoffnung
(Hope)

H.C. Berann

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pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
pankurios-templeovarts:

Phantastic dark art - Bryan Proteau.
allabardamu:

切腹, Seppuku 

1910-again:

André Masson, L’homme emblématique, 1939

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70sscifiart:

Rallé
goregirlsdungeon:

Valentina/Baba Yaga photo comparisons from Blue Underground’s DVD for Corrado Farina’s Baba Yaga (1973).
"Guido Crepax started his career in comics in the 60′s and was a forerunner of European adult comics. His amazing black and white strip is a study of dreams with an erotic vibe and Valentina’s sexy and intriguing adventures range the genres. It is fantastic, beautifully surreal stuff! The awesome pictures I included here came from the DVD-Rom from Blue Underground. They so beautifully illustrate the films vibe and it gives a wee taste of Crepax’s work.”
Above blurb is from my review for Baba Yaga. 
goregirlsdungeon:

Valentina/Baba Yaga photo comparisons from Blue Underground’s DVD for Corrado Farina’s Baba Yaga (1973).
"Guido Crepax started his career in comics in the 60′s and was a forerunner of European adult comics. His amazing black and white strip is a study of dreams with an erotic vibe and Valentina’s sexy and intriguing adventures range the genres. It is fantastic, beautifully surreal stuff! The awesome pictures I included here came from the DVD-Rom from Blue Underground. They so beautifully illustrate the films vibe and it gives a wee taste of Crepax’s work.”
Above blurb is from my review for Baba Yaga. 
goregirlsdungeon:

Valentina/Baba Yaga photo comparisons from Blue Underground’s DVD for Corrado Farina’s Baba Yaga (1973).
"Guido Crepax started his career in comics in the 60′s and was a forerunner of European adult comics. His amazing black and white strip is a study of dreams with an erotic vibe and Valentina’s sexy and intriguing adventures range the genres. It is fantastic, beautifully surreal stuff! The awesome pictures I included here came from the DVD-Rom from Blue Underground. They so beautifully illustrate the films vibe and it gives a wee taste of Crepax’s work.”
Above blurb is from my review for Baba Yaga. 
goregirlsdungeon:

Valentina/Baba Yaga photo comparisons from Blue Underground’s DVD for Corrado Farina’s Baba Yaga (1973).
"Guido Crepax started his career in comics in the 60′s and was a forerunner of European adult comics. His amazing black and white strip is a study of dreams with an erotic vibe and Valentina’s sexy and intriguing adventures range the genres. It is fantastic, beautifully surreal stuff! The awesome pictures I included here came from the DVD-Rom from Blue Underground. They so beautifully illustrate the films vibe and it gives a wee taste of Crepax’s work.”
Above blurb is from my review for Baba Yaga. 

goregirlsdungeon:

Valentina/Baba Yaga photo comparisons from Blue Underground’s DVD for Corrado Farina’s Baba Yaga (1973).

"Guido Crepax started his career in comics in the 60′s and was a forerunner of European adult comics. His amazing black and white strip is a study of dreams with an erotic vibe and Valentina’s sexy and intriguing adventures range the genres. It is fantastic, beautifully surreal stuff! The awesome pictures I included here came from the DVD-Rom from Blue Underground. They so beautifully illustrate the films vibe and it gives a wee taste of Crepax’s work.”

Above blurb is from my review for Baba Yaga

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heavymetalmagazine:

Druillet returns. As usual, his single page compositions are much more compelling than his multi-panel page layouts. 

(Heavy Metal issue #83, February 1984 - Page 45 Salambo II: Carthage by Druillet)

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