ABOVE: Harlan Ellison, Ellison Wonderland (NY: Signet, 1974), with cover art by Bob Pepper.

ABOVE: Harlan Ellison, Ellison Wonderland (NY: Signet, with cover art by Bob Pepper.

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers!

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers!

Kweh? One's own one? Rock hardt.

I don't remember this happening in ubik, but then it is a pretty weird book.

I'm not saying that the person who wrote this was tripping...

I often buy second hand sci-fi books just for the funky artwork that usually reflected the design style of the time. Not to mention the weird and wonderful book title itself!

Michael Kurland - The Unicorn Girl, 1969

Michael Kurland - The Unicorn Girl, 1969 - looks like a book suzy bishop would read, no?

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers!

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers!

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy and SF book covers!

The wind from nowhere

Cover illustration by Alan Aldridge for JG Ballard’s The Wind From Nowhere,

The Island Under the Earth, by Avram Davidson, cover art by Leo and Diane Dillon

The Island Under the Earth By Avram Davidson Ace Books, 1969 Cover by Leo & Diane Dillon. An Ace Science Fiction Special.

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