Imaginative Sci-Fi Illustrations Of Alien Beings From 1930s

Imaginative Sci-Fi Illustrations Of Alien Beings From 1930s


Even today there is so little we truly understand about our universe, it’s untapped mysterious and the existence of extraterrestrial life. So you can imagine that back in 1939 when space exploration and telescopes were much less evolved, creative individuals like illustrator Frank R. Paul were given free rein to fill the void of expectation. Working with the likes of famous science fiction writers Ray Bradbury, Forrest J Ackerman and Arthur C. Clarke, he created his own perception of how the aliens of Mars, Neptune or Venus might appear. Would they be threatening or welcoming? Would they be robots or creatures? Would they be armed or unarmed? And how would man react to meeting them? Through his colorful and vibrant art, Frank R. Paul has attempted to answer some of these questions. You can see the full range of his work here:


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