Strange Worlds is a print exchange based around the Science-Fiction pulp art of the 1940's-60's, who boasted such titles as "Wonder Stories," "Amazing Stories," "Zap Comics," "Marvel," "Weird Tales," and "Strange Worlds." The original Sci-Fi pulps were created in a time when the world was still so new and the cosmos was unexplored. Even then artists felt drawn to create their own realities and explore beyond Earth.
In light of the current glorification of "Low Art," comic books, cartoons, zines, and the relatively newfound respect for Sci-Fi literature like that of Kurt Vonnegut, it seems as though we are in a pulp revival. It is important to acknowledge the strangeness of the real world in which we live.
All eleven, limited run prints are sold as a single collection and come with a custom-built wooden box. This is part of the two month Print! Print! Boom! series at The Paseo Plunge.