I. N. J. Culbard is an award-winning artist widely known for his graphic adaptations of classics. He collaborated on a critically acclaimed Sherlock Holmes series with Ian Edginton, as well as adapting several titles by H. P. Lovecraft. Culbard lives in England. Robert William Chambers (1865-1933) was a Brooklyn-born artist and author. After studying art in Paris, he worked as an illustrator in New York for Life, Vogue, and Truth magazines. With the immediate success of The King in Yellow, he became a full-time author, publishing more than 70 books.
"Clean lines, bold colors, and characters that wriggle right into the readers' brain are Culbard's trademark. In the realm of The King in Yellow, those skills are put to dastardly use as what begins in intrigue ends in poisonous insanity and palpable fright."--Publishers Weekly