Our new postal address is:
3112 Holmes Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55408
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Here are a few links you may wish to
check out, if you haven't already. They're mostly fantasy and babe art
sites, purveyors of indispensable merch, or just
entertaining/informative little corners of the ethersphere.
Rob Ledford has put a lot of his great
original art collection online,
including some unpublished F&L drawings, studies and paintings.
Sal and Bob have been our main
publishers since 1066AD, or so it seems when we think about it. If you
want to keeps tabs on what's happening internationally in the world of
fantasy and babe art, knock on their door. They've been around since
1973, and they will bid you and your money welcome.
Do these guys really need any
introduction? The source for a wide range of comic and fantasy art
Greg Ketter runs our favorite
comics/sf/fantasy/art bookstore in Minneapolis. All the latest stuff,
quality older material--and a sturdy selection of the kinky, the
bizarre and the underground.
As mentioned on our News page, if you have
a cell phone, and you want to trick it out ("put a new dog on the
side", as Steve Martin used to say), you can check out a host of
screensaver images--by us and many, many others--here.
If you're into fanzines, here's one we
guarantee is like no other. Ken Fletcher has been drawing funny animals
and pubbing his ishes since the dawn of time, and his latest venture combines
furries and seaplanes in an alternate earth tropical setting circa
1930. (Rich's Belgian wolfhound detective Frenchy DuBarque is in there,
somewhere, as well.)
We're huge Steve Ditko fans, and if
you're only familiar with him as the co-creator of Spider-Man, you
don't know the half of it. Check out Blake Bell's indispensable resource on this
capstone in the weird comic art Pantheon. (We mix metaphors, but you
get our meaning. Ditko is sui generis.)
If you're looking for the German edition
of Fastner & Larson: Gallery (aka Art Fantastix # 8), or just want
to browse a selection of similar (as well as wildly different)
artifacts in the same genre, visit www.artoxica.com.
This brand new Netherlands-based online store features fantasy babe art
books, calendars, model kits and more.
Our pals at Therion have made ten
"rooms" full of older F&L imagery--including pieces from our
b&w portfolios--available for your edification at
For nice big scans of the images from
our Art Fantastix/F&L Gallery book, go to http://www.artfan.net/, click on
Fantasy Art, and then Fastner & Larson.