Tan Di (Chinese). "Cyborg Girl 05" / 2018. Digital media. #ScienceFictionArt #CyberpunkArt #CharactersAndCreatures

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Bob Pepper (American, b. 1938). For the 1983 DAW Books pb edition of Philip K. Dick's A MAZE OF DEATH (1970, Doubleday hc). "Like many of Dick's novels, it portrays what appears to be a drab and harsh off-world human colony and explores the difference between reality and perception. It is, however, one of his few to examine the human death instinct and capacity for murder and is one of his darkest novels." (Wikipedia) #ScienceFictionArt #ScienceFictionSurrealism

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Bob Pepper (American, b. 1938). For the 1983 DAW Books pb edition of Philip K. Dick's A MAZE OF DEATH (1970, Doubleday hc). "Like many of Dick's novels, it portrays what appears to be a drab and harsh off-world human colony and explores the difference between reality and perception. It is, however, one of his few to examine the human death instinct and capacity for murder and is one of his darkest novels." (Wikipedia) #ScienceFictionArt #ScienceFictionSurrealism

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