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Trivia: Innsmouth was a finalist for the 1936 Summer Olympic Games (and we can see here the Innsmouth swim team practicing). The town never fully forgave the Olympic committee for passing Innsmouth for the more family-friendly city of Berlin. A shame, really.

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Posters: Autun Puser's fantastic travel posters

Fantastic Travel Destinations by Autun Purser. "This poster represents the Deep One city below Devil's Reef, as briefly described by H.P. Lovecraft in his masterful story 'The Shadow Over Innsmouth'."

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ArtStation - The Shadow Over Innsmouth, mist XG

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Original design based on a description from H.P. Lovecraft's The Shadow Over Innsmouth. (Bryan Wynia, Senior Character Artist: Hi-Rez Studios )

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Anyone who’s been doing a close read of Volo’s Guide to Monsters might have noticed a little Lovecraftian plot hook on page 189. Presented here is the story of the Purple Rocks, an island chain off the coast of Neverwinter. This is clearly more than a passing reference to Lovecraft’s “The Shadow Over Innsmouth” one of his most popular stories and the only one to be published as a book in his lifetime (in 1936). The Purple Rocks and Innsmouth are both stories of seaside towns that are…

This fantastic cover for H.P. Lovecraft's 'Shadow Over Innsmouth' appeared only on the Canadian edition of Weird Tales in 1942.

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Weird Shadows Over Innsmouth - The Deep One | Les Edwards | One of four artworks commissioned by Fredogan & Bremer for their second Lovecraftian anthology edited by Stephen Jones. Includes stories by Brian Lumley, Hugh B. Cave, Paul McAuley and Kim Newman. This series of drawings is a rare excursion for me into black and white drawing. Any chance to illustrate Lovecraft is to be jumped at.

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