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6 Reasons to Visit the Website of French Artist Manchu

Mark at Walker of Worlds spotted some way-cool covers for the French release of Peter F. Hamilton’s Commonwealth Saga. The artist is Manchu and a quick visit to the website reveals tons of equally cool science fiction artwork.

The site (which is in French) is organized as a standard blog, so there is no convenient gallery page. A google image search of the site reveals some (but not all) of the tasty eye candy, so use these handy links to see more: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

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3 Comments on 6 Reasons to Visit the Website of French Artist Manchu

  1. Some of my favorite images in past volumes of the Spectrum art book series have been by Manchu.  A particular favorite is one where a very large, looming futuristic robot is reaching down to pick up a small Robbie the Robot (Forbidden Planet) toy.  The perspective on it is amazing and it is such a fun image.  Thanks for the link!

  2. So amazing :) thanks for good post

  3. Very nice.  Here’s another link that’s always worth repeat visits:

    http://conceptships.blogspot.com/

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