Hellflower Poster

Hellflower Poster

George Oliver Smith (1911–1981) was an American electronics engineer who parlayed his technical expertise into detailed, extrapolative science fiction with short stories he first contributed (and later collected as Venus Equilateral) to the sci-fi magazine Astounding Science Fiction during the Golden Age of Science Fiction in the 1940s. The 1953 novel, Hellflower, marked a notable shift in Smith’s writing when he sidelined the technics and focused, instead, on character with framed and disgraced space pilot Charles Farradyne who is offered one shot at redemption by infiltrating an unknown interstellar organization trafficking the deadly ultra-aphrodisiac Hellflowers — and he might just discover who framed him in the process . . .


Measuring 12 x 18 inches with ample space for matting, our posters are printed on premium 285 gsm paper with high-quality archival inks, which produces lush and vibrant colors on a premium, textured matte finish.


Each poster is made to order and ships hand rolled in an extra thick triangular box/tube.


Please note: Posters ship separately from book and shirt orders. Also, due to the production process, please allow for slight deviations in size with a tolerance of 1/16th of an inch.


Price: 29.95

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