Flame Tank, Everyday Science and Mechanics cover, January 1936 by Frank R. Paul
Let there be represented the summit of a rugged mountain with valleys surrounding its base, and on its sides let the surface of the soil be seen to slide, together with the small roots of the bushes, denuding great portions of the surrounding rocks … and let the mountains as they are laid bare reveal the deep fissures made in them by ancient earthquakes … And into the depth of some valley may have fallen the fragments of a mountain, forming a shore to the swollen waters of its river, which, having already burst its banks, will rush on in monstrous waves; and the greatest will strike upon and destroy the walls of the cities and farmhouses in the valley. (more…)
Andrew Wyeth’s favorite model, Helga Testorf, was a national sensation when the secret paintings of her were revealed… now she tells her side of the story.
Directed by Bo Bartlett and Jesse Brass
Edited by Jesse Brass
Cinematography by Jesse Brass, Bo Bartlett and Tim Brass
Produced by Betsy Eby and Jesse Brass
Featuring Hilary Mccarthy as Helga
Grateful for my Vimeo community.
Victualling of the Ship
Launching of the Ship
The Arrival on Mars
In the Fairy City
Timlin’s calligraphic text, seen on the Table of Contents above, delighted his publishers so much that the book was printed without typesetting. Only 2,000 copies of the book were printed.
Forecast magazine cover by Frank R. Paul, ink on paper.