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Catch a vid on Youtube promoting Oliver Frey's artwork made by a former Crash/Zzap magazine reader for the fun of it.

…In this pic you can see my Amiga 1200, my ickle 48K Speccy sat next to it. My trusty old Snes is next to the Speccy and above that lot is my breadbin C64. Underneath the Amiga is the Dreamcast…
Wacky retro site with store, forum, and tons of information from the sublime to the…well, check it out if you've never visited.

Italy's leading retrogaming site, the Games Collection has a massive amount of stuff to browse. Helps if you're an Italian speaker, but friendly Federico speaks English, if you need to make direct contact, and he's already an owner of several Oliver Frey originals. Also organises Video Games History, Italy's biggest annual gaming event at Monza.

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Inspired by fashion illustrators such as Rene Gruau, Antonio and Francois Berthould Mia-Jane Harris adds her own twist of gothic eroticism to create more fine art based pen and ink illustrations.

Possibly one of the largest "new old stock" games resources — retrogames and memorabilia

The artist who drove Ocean's games to the top of the charts with his covers — branded mugs and mouse mats, prints in time…

The best online site dedicated to Crash Magazine (1984­92), with full screen covers, editorial detail and game reviews — a chance to see what much of Oliver Frey's artwork looked like when it was plastered with cover lines.

The best online site dedicated to Crash Magazine's sister publication Zzap!64, dedicated to the Commodore 64 computer (1985­92), with full screen covers, editorial detail, Zzap Rrap Forum, and the Zzuperstore — another chance to see what much of Oliver Frey's artwork looked like when it was plastered with cover lines.

Excellent retrogaming news forum and retro shop, hardware and software.

Britain's leading (award winning) retrogaming magazine, which features Oliver Frey covers from time to time (the 2010 Christmas Special being the most recent one).

Everything Amiga, with links to Mort, the hero behind hundreds of thousands of scanned magazine pages.

Frank Frazetta was one of the great fantasy artists (he died in May 2010). The official museum is currently closed, but there are links to originals and prints for sale.

As it says, unofficial, but done with reverence. Ton loads of high quality images of the artworks.

The web magazine for multi-format video gaming from Imagine Publishing. Interactive.

Terrific retrogaming website, with news, chat, comments, top games, screens, videos and a lfipbook of Crash issue 1­10 (so far).

The independent film-makers who produced the film about Newsfield, Classic Game Crusaders and now in pre-production for the story of computer games development — From Bedrooms to Billions.

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