Been trying my heart out to find more work of illustrator Leo Pando. His was one of the first illustrators in the late 70's that I really liked a lot. Here is all I found of his worx by doing the usual Google Search! I once had a link to where he was teaching but have lost that.
I've also found a few small illustrations that are credited as his @ Colby College.
ANYONE out there got any info on his whereabouts or samples of his worx?
Click on images for larger views. Scans and artwork copyright g 2011 Celia Johnson.
Don't normally post things of blogs but Celia Johnson's Blog on her paintings have to be the exception to my rule. I love what she is doing with broken geometry and her pop art patterns. Makes me want to see even more @ celiajohnsonpaintings.blogspot.com.
When I was a young illustrator in the 70's I got hooked on Fantasy and Science Fiction Art!
Did a bit myself but one of my favorite artist was Hannes Bok. Artist extraordinaire! With magical worlds of robots and monsters spanning the early pulp magazines, Bok placed himself amongst the stars. Enjoy these Earthlinx: http://www.americanartarchives.com/bok.htm