Stephen Fabian’s illustration for Clive Barker’s story, In the Hills, the Cities
The masterpiece that the good citizens of Podujevo had constructed of their own flesh and blood tottered and then—a dynamited skyscraper, it began to fall…The huge head, that had brushed the clouds so recently, was flung back on its thick neck. Ten thousand mouths spoke a single scream for its vast mouth, a wordless, infinitely pitiable appeal to the sky. (You can find this story in Vol. One of Barker’s Books of Blood)
I’m so happy there is another illustration for this! The imagery is incredible, I don’t know why I haven’t seen more portrayals.