Earl Geier has professionally illustrated a multitude or role-playing games (Call of Cthulhu, AD&D, Battletech, Dark Conspiracy, Earthdawn, Rifts, Shadowrun, and many many more) over the decades. His work has featured within dozens of Call of Cthulhu Supplements dating back to the 1980's, with his first works for Chaosium being many renditions of the monstrous, evocative and unspeakable forms we find pictured throughout the main rule books. His artwork has featured within classic campaigns like Horror on the Orient express and adventure collections Fatal Experiments and Dark designs (see below for many more) and he has been responsible for literally hundreds of adventure NPC character portraits with which we are so familiar.
Earl Geier lives in Chicago, is a prolific artist and continues to work actively in the role-playing games and comic industry.
Comments / Trivia
Earl Geier's artwork - along with fellow artist Paul Carrick - has featured in a season finale of the TV programme Supernatural.
Call of Cthulhu Role-playing campaigns and supplements featuring Earl's artwork include:
2326 At Your Door, 2328 Fatal Experiments, 2329 Blood Brothers, 2332 Dark Designs, 2331 Horror on the Orient Express, 2340 Blood Brothers 2, 3308 H.P. Lovecraft's Dreamlands - Third Edition, 2363 Fourth Edition, & 2394 Fifth Edition, 2344 Keeper's Compendium, 2346 1920's Investigator's Companion Volume Two, 2348 King of Chicago, 2355 1990's Handbook, 2352 Miskatonic University: The University Guidebook, 2354 Taint of Madness, 2358 Ye Book of Monstres Volume Two, 2360 Utatti Asfet: The Eye of Wicked Sight, 6502 Cthulhu Live, First Edition, 2369 The New Orleans Guidebook, 2372 The Bermuda Triange, 2388 The Keeper's Companion Volume One, 23108 Secrets of San Francisco, 23114 Secrets of New Orleans.