William Gibson’s seminal Cyberpunk novel Neuromancer changed the game for all near future sci-fi works to come, and truly set the stage for the Information Age. Published in 1984, Neuromancer was so far ahead of its time that many creative types were influenced by Gibson's vision of a grim future full of black market organ clinics, cybernetically enhanced street samurai and cyber-cowboys hacking the Matrix for a chip full of credits.
The sci-fi loving folks at io9 have put together a list of their fav artwork based on the book, which includes "Chiba" by DeviantARTist PHATandy (top) and "Case and Molly on the Sprawl" by royalboiler. Like what you see? Check out the rest of the cutting edge art that made io9's list
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