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The new issue of Vice Magazine is entirely devoted to Bob Guccione, Sr., including his role as original publisher of Omni Magazine. And they're featuring some amazing artworks from the magazine.

Some of the Most Surreal Art from Omni Magazine

Distortion of scale and altered reality. The idea that the night sky could be a veil through which a much larger and superior being can keep an eye on us, is a distortion of size and scale, that is on the one hand comforting, and on the other, disturbing.

"Maison tournante aérienne": drawing shows a dwelling structure elevated above rooftops and designed to revolve and adjust in various directions. An occupant points to an airship with a fish-shaped bag in the sky lower right. One of the artist's conceptions for his book on life in the upcoming twentieth century. (Source: A.G. Renstrom, LC staff, 1981-82.) ink over graphite underdrawing.

Steampunk Clip Art

"Maison tournante aérienne" (aerial rotating house) by Albert Robida for his book Le Vingtième Siècle, a conception of life in the century.

Science Fiction Fortnightly No. 4 (Feb., 1951). British Paperback. Digest Size. Cover Art by D. L. W. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

“Old Growler - Spaceship 2213 (Science Fiction Fortnightly cover)” ~retro-futurism

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My Top 60 Fantasy Artists (Part 2 of 4)