2015 Squick or Squee Week II: HALO Seat

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The second of DMFO’s new pieces running as part of Squick or Squee week. He re-imagines a pulp art execution.

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I originally blogged this image in a post “In the hot seat” at Infernal Wonders. It’s a crop from a cover illustration for the magazine Detective Line-up (August 1952). You can see the whole cover in the original post.

The Artist and a Note

DMFO has a DeviantArt site here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in early November.

2015 Squick or Squee Week I: A Gift to Septimo

Introduction

We have two kinds of art — all of it specially commissioned for Erotic Mad Science — running as part of our annual pre-Halloween tradition of Squick or Squee week. The first two will be two new illustrations by DMFO, both pulp art recreations. This one is “A Gift to Septimo.”

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I originally blogged this image in a post “When sex came to Septimo” at Hedonix. It was originally an illustration to a story called “The Facts of Life,” run at Future Science Fiction, September 1952.

The Artist and a Note

DMFO has a DeviantArt site here.

A larger version of this art is expected to be published at the Internet Archive in early November.

Pulp Art recreations IX: Inseminoid

Introduction

An illustration by Erotic Mad Science newcomer DFMO, who has a sharp eye for equipment detail.

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I originally blogged this image in a post “Mad Doctor Peril” at Hedonix. It’s a painting by the ubiquitous Norman Saunders, and appeared as the cover of New Mystery Adventures (1935). large_norm3

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The Artist

DMFO has a DeviantArt site here.