Pulp Illustrator Dies at 94
From the New York Times Obit:
Edd Cartier, whose noirish illustrations for the pulp magazine The Shadow and action-packed, often whimsical illustrations for stories by L. Ron Hubbard, Isaac Asimov and other writers made him one of the leading science-fiction and horror artists of his time, died on Dec. 25 at his home in Ramsey, N.J. He was 94.
Read the full obit here.
And he’s some more samples of his amazing work:
We could look at this stuff all day!!!! RIP Mr. Cartier!