A Deluxe Edition of the book is available, limited to just 100 copies. 

These are presented in a blue slipcase with white stamped lettering. Inside of the book is a tipped-in insert bookplate signed and numbered by the publisher, Daniel Zimmer. Pre-Order for $64.95 (U.S.)

The STANDARD EDITION:

The book is 224 pages, 9”x12”, full-color on premium low-gloss stock, hardbound with dust jacket. Limited to just 900 copies.


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Stanley Meltzoff: Picture Maker

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ABOVE: The unfolded dust jacket design.

This Standard Edition book is limited to 900 copies total. It is 224 pages, 9”x12”, full-color on premium glossy stock, hardbound with dust jacket.

Pre-Order for $44.95 (U.S.)

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ABOVE: The Deluxe Edition ships in a blue slipcase and includes a bookplate insert signed and numbered by publisher Daniel Zimmer.

The DELUXE EDITION:

The book is 224 pages, 9”x12”, full-color on premium low-gloss stock, hardbound with dust jacket. Signed and numbered by publisher Daniel Zimmer, presented in blue slipcase with white lettering. Limited to just 100 copies.


Shipping in February 2020


>>> PRE-ORDER FOR $64.95

Stanley Meltzoff was one of the first paperback cover artists to be noted for his work in the science fiction field, painting dramatic images that escaped the pulp influence evident in most other science fiction covers of the period. Along with paperback cover paintings in numerous genres, Meltzoff also produced work for slick magazines, including Scientific American, Life, Fortune, and the Saturday Evening Post. The winner of 25 awards from the Society of Illustrators, he was also one of the first, and certainly most preeminent, fish painters. His underwater images were a regular feature in National Geographic and other publications. This book features scores of paintings reproduced from Stanley's original art, as well as rare photos and tear sheets. 224 pages, 9"x12", full color, hardbound with dust jacket. Pre-Order for $44.95 (U.S.)