Check out this new article from the Daily Illuminator that Steve Jackson Games posted:

February 19, 2019: Art Archives, Denis Loubet, And Memories

As work on our Pocket Box campaign continues (now on Kickstarter!), we've been spending a little time in the art archives uncovering classic works .*.*. and a lot of memories. Last week on Twitter, we shared a couple of discoveries that GURPS players will find entertaining.

There are a lot of art files in our archives. -PR— Steve Jackson Games (@SJGames) February 11, 2019

More from the archives. -PR— Steve Jackson Games (@SJGames) February 11, 2019

And better still, Denis Loubet responded, extending the story and sharing more images that those of you who remember classic GURPS titles from the '80s will no doubt find entertaining.

Here's how the GURPS fantasy hexagon illustration turned out. Cropped a hexagon out of this illustration for use on the cover.— Denis Loubet (@Denis_Loubet) February 12, 2019

Here's a photo of the behind-glass Man-to-Man painting I have.— Denis Loubet (@Denis_Loubet) February 12, 2019

Awesome work! Makes me want to tackle a Steve Jackson Games book where we share the sketches, documents, and assorted tidbits of info from the company's past.

Phil Reed

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