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Art of Imagination by Frank M. Robinson
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Dec 05, 11

bookshelves: anthology, fantasy, favorites, graphic-novels, have-read, horror, mystery, non-fiction, owned, science-fiction, suspense, thriller, urban-fantasy
Recommended for: Fans of science3 fiction, fantasy, pulps, comics, horror, etc
Read from May 14, 2002 to December 05, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 50+

Art of Imagination is an eleven pound, 768 page book of glorious information and artwork. It is a monster of a book (10.25 x 13.25 x 2.25)which allows for near actual size reproductions of various covers. The presentation, color, text is outstanding and guaranteed to last a good long time.

I simply cannot stress enough how beautiful this book is and along with it's good looks, it is very informative.

If you can find a copy (plentiful online), buy it, read it, share it and cherish it. This is heard a lot, but Art of Imagination truly is a must have book for the fans of everything fiction and art.

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