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Bob Pepper – Passing For Human

Apr 9th, 2009 | Categories: Bob Pepper | Fantasy | Illustration | Sci-Fi

Bob Pepper - Passing for Human

Another post featuring a sample of art from the amazing Bob Pepper this piece used as the cover for an edition of the 1977 Jody Scott novel “Passing for Human”.

Scan via vintage sci-fi goldmine Ski-ffy.blogspot.com see more of Bob Pepper’s Cover Artwork here: http://ski-ffy.blogspot.com/search/label/Bob%20Pepper

For a further collection of Bob Pepper’s cover’s check this Flickr Set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/21631299@N07/sets/72157603661657927/

Comments 5

  1. Craig says:

    Bob Pepper is my favorite artist to find on old paperbacks. He mined dynamic symmetry for all it was worth. Awesome colors. Great links, thanks.

  2. Josh says:

    Hey

    All around great blog. A freind of mine showed this to me a little while ago and I didnt think to comment. But the Bob Pepper additions changed all that. Ive been trying to find covers by him for a couple years now. Simce I first started looking his web presence has grown, and its been good to see the web get familiar. Ive got some additional covers and art here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/21631299@N07/sets/72157603661657927/

    Thanks for all the quality posts

    Josh

  3. Kie says:

    Hey Josh/Craig

    many thanks for the nice comments!

    Yeap I agree Bob Pepper’s work is phenomenal and certainly still seem’s to be very popular – I get plenty of ‘Bob Pepper’ keyword search’s referring to the blog…

    Cheers for the Link to the Flickr Gallery Josh, I’ll amend the front of the post….

  4. john says:

    I have a Bob Pepper original silk screen. It is of a women in 19th century clothing. She has a black dress on with a white shawl w/lace on the edge. She also has ared & pink apron on. There is an orange cat on her lap. Behind her is a red wall with pink & green flowers. there is a window with a black horse outside. the curtains are multi-colored with geometical designs and there is brown balls on the boarder. It doesn’t look like sleeve art or abook cover. Could any one please help me identify this piece. I would like to find out when the piece was done or even just to know the title, would be agreat help.

  5. Kie says:

    Hi John,

    Bob has posted a comment on Sci-Fi-O-Rama before so I have his email address… I will forward your message :)

    cheers Kie

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