Monday, August 13, 2012

Have You Seen the Yellow Sign?

Michael Stueber brings us this copper and brass token of the Yellow Sign. It's based on the alternate version of the sigil I came up with a while ago.


CoastConFan said...

For those of you who haven’t read Robert W. Chambers book of short stories, The King in Yellow, you can download it from Project Gutenberg for free in several available formats. The URL is A search of Project Gutenberg’s site will show 25 Chambers books also available for free download.

I have to wonder if Chambers himself had a hand in the book jacket design or an in-house graphics designer took it upon himself to create the sigil. I don’t know if we’ll ever know.

elmo iscariot said...

Prop: Thanks for the link!

Coast Con: I believe Chambers painted the art for the cover, or at least the piece it was based on; the original art was featured on an episode of Hollywood Treasure some time ago.