COMMENTS: Ken Kelly oils on board; 30" x 40"; 1977; this piece was used as the cover for a Berkley Books edition, as well as being featured as a calendar plate
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Ken Kelly oils on board; 30" x 40"; 1977; this piece was used as the cover for a Berkley Books edition, as well as being featured as a calendar plateSHIPPING: Because this is a large item, there will be an additional shipping charge added to your invoice after you checkout. For estimates, please reach out to [email protected]
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Ken Kelly is an American fantasy artist known for his magazine covers and notably for painting the covers to the Kiss albums Destroyer and Love Gun. In addition to creating many covers for fantasy novels including a series of covers on books by Robert E. Howard, toy packaging on Mego's line of Micronauts figures and was one of the star cover artists on the Warren magazines Creepy and Eerie, in addition to Kiss, Kelly created album artwork for the bands Manowar, Rainbow, and Coheed and Cambria.