Horripilations: the art of J.K. Potter
J.K. Potter's art of the bizarre is widely acknowledged to be the most intelligent and original work to appear in the fantasy/horror/SF realm in years. This first collection presents an extraordinary gallery of images displaying his remarkable technical virtuosity and turbulent imagination. Introduction by Stephen King. 105 color illustrations.
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