I wish I had seen this sooner: Russian artist Andrew Tarusov created this Gil Elvgren-inspired 2012 Apocalypse Tomorrow calendar, where each month has a unique end-of-the-world theme.
From the artist's page, poorly translated via Google:
Imagine Pin-Up Calendar for 2012, which I have drawn, though with a slight zapazdaniem ...
Since this last year, then the corresponding calendar themes. Every month - a different version of Doomsday. The basis of pictures taken Gil Elvgren's. I hope everyone will enjoy.
PS: If there will be many who want to buy it, then I will give to the press. Write!
Can someone tell me what zapazdaniem means?
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