January 5, 2009

Covers of Frankenstein : Tales from the Harbor, Volume Four


This one should be painted on velvet!

The classic monsters put on their best poker faces in Calgary-based illustrator and comic book artist Fiona Staples’ wraparound cover for the anthology title Tales From The Harbor, Volume Four.

 

Fiona Staples’ website and blog showing the illustration in rough and finished stages.

Happy Harbor Comics website.

 

6 comments:

Neil Sarver said...

I can take the surface any which way, but whatever it's painted on, it should be on my wall!

Josh Reynolds said...

Ditto!

Karswell said...

Very funny, but also a little unnerving somehow to see the Creature wearing a shirt. I always knew that he was a smoker though.

rob! said...

Oh, that is all kinds of awesome.

Is The Bride off in the kitchen making sandwhiches?

tom said...

That's really a wonderful piece. I wish she sold prints of it.

The Vicar of VHS said...

>>a little unnerving somehow to see the Creature wearing a shirt

Well, you can't accuse him of not dressing for the occasion, anyway. :) I'm surprised to see the Monster workin' the sophisticated pipe. I was led to believe he was a cigar man.

This is fantastic! Now if someone would just do a comparable "Last Supper" homage, the museum could open!