The art of Frank Tinsley is a near-perfect visualization of Dieselpunk and accompanying sub-genres.
Last week we've seen his Bill Barnes covers, glorifying aviation and aviators. These "pulp" images made before the advent of toothbrush (not to mention computer graphics!) would make a lot of present-day "serious illustrators" bite their lips (and / or nails) in envy. Then the war came, and Tinsley created his Yankee Doodle / Captain Yank:
And one of his later works is a clear tribute to pre-war Tomorrow That Never Was:
Good old Frank Tinsley who changed with the times but remained faithful to himself.
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