Oh, how these bring back memories! And look at the cover prices! YEAH, baby! Thanks, Joachim, for posting these!!
(Deen Ellis’ cover for the 1970 edition of Eight Against Utopia (1967), Douglas R. Mason)
Part II of my sci-fi art series on domed cities of the future (perhaps doomed as well) — part I.
Glass-domed against pollution, the ravages of evil space creatures, the vacuum of space (below: April, 1954 edition of If), adverse climates/atmospheres (below: The Sands of Mars, Trouble on Titan)? Or, nagging fears that something might come — whatever it might be. And of course, to keep people in (above: Eight Against Utopia). Some of these seemingly fragile domes contain devastating weapons (below: The Lunar Eye), or are part of a vast computer network (below: Matrix), or contain the last remnants of a previous metropolis (below: The Years of the City)
Some truly wonderful works of art…. Are any of the books
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