Mary Shelley's Frankenstein has seized our imaginations for nearly 200 years. Frankenstein art ranges from the grotesque to the glamorous to the playfully weird... like this Frankenstein meets Vampirella image. The Frankensteinia blog has compiled some incredibly gorgeous Frankenstein art.

Frankensteinia launched in August 2007, and has covered everything from exploitation movies to trivia to weird art. If you're at all obsessed with the gothic and perverse, this blog is a major time sink — so be warned. We've been blown away by the breadth and depth of the Frankenstein art on the site, and here are a few of our favorite images. There is much, much more at the link. [Frankensteinia]

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Frankenstein Meets Vampirella, by Kevin Nowlan. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Bride Of Frankenstein by Alice Chan. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Bela Lugosi's Frankenstein. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Bride Of Frankeinstein banner. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Portrait of Mary Shelley by New Zealand painter Sarah Dolby. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Bride Of Frankenstein novelization by Michael Egremont. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Tim Burton's "Blue Girl With Skull." More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Cover of Belgian edition of Shelley's Frankenstein. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Mike Mignola's Bride Of Frankenstein. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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French poster for Hammer Films' The Evil Of Frankenstein. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Porcelain Bride of Frankenstein by Russian artist Marina Bychkova. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Spanish poster. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Bruce Timm's Teen Bride Of Frankenstein, for Emerald City Comic Con. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Boris Karloff as Frankenberry, by animator and graphic designer Bob Renza. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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A 1931 illustration by William P. Welsh, for Woman's Home Companion magazine, illustrating Winter — and a striking precursor to the Bride Of Frankenstein. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Legion of Frankensteins by David Lee Ingersoll. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Frankenstein cover by Christian Cailleaux. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.

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Frankenstein movie poster by David Lance Goines. More awesome art at Frankensteinia blog.