Land of the Giants


Land of the Giants has been a great inspiration to many creative artists and writers and we celebrate this work here. If you have any creative projects inspired by Land of the Giants that you would like to share with others, please contact IANN.


We will showcase the work of talented artists here. To have your Land of the Giants artwork included, please with good quality JPEG images of your artwork.

Featured Painting


The Spindrift Camp by David Holderbaum

New painting of the Spindrift Camp by David Holderbaum

Celeste Yarnall as Marna in The Golden Cage

This original work is oil on canvas, and measures 40" x 30" inches.

The image copyright belongs to Nazim Artist. If you would like to see more of his work, Nazim is holding a "Power Animals" art exhibition at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Hollywood until mid-January 2012.

Land of the Giants Showcase Galleries

Art by A. Dutto Art by D. Gilmour
Art by Paul Davison Art by Mark Dorais


Joe Young Showcase

Visit the Joe Young Showcase


Tony Crnkovich Gallery

Visit the Tony Crnkovich Gallery


John P. Britton Gallery

Visit the John P. Britton Land of the Giants Gallery


Gordon Foulds Gallery

Visit the Gordon Foulds Showcase Gallery

Paper Spindrift

Paper Spindrift by Len Jones

Visit the Paper Spindrift Gallery

Computer Design and Modelling

With access to some fantastic computer modelling software, both commercial and open source, fans now have many new tools for expressing their creativity. Shows like Land of the Giants provide the inspiration for many forward thinking ideas.

Richard Sierra's Futuristic Designs

Richard Sierra has been creating several imaginative and futuristic designs inspired by Irwin Allen's work using 3D Blender and Silo software.

Here are some views of Richard's Spindrift concept (click on each to see a larger view):


For more images and information on Richard Sierra's work, please visit the Richard Sierra's Futuristic Designs Gallery.



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