The Colour out of Space is, in my opinion, Lovecraft's best work. This is primarily because of the overall completeness and refined execution of the work, which stands in stark contrast to many of the works in his oeuvre, which, even in the case of profound works like The Dunwich Horror or The Shadow out of Time, are still at best only unevenly successful.
And I think if there was any story of Lovecraft's that genuinely deserved the full-length novel treatment from him it was this story; it would be amazing to see, day by day and week by week, the obliteration of the Gardner family, as well as the environs surrounding them, rather than the tantalizingly brief descriptions we're given.
I had a hard time finding a font (it took me all of 45 minutes!) that I felt worked with this image, and it only really worked (as much as I seem to think it does) when I erased out bits of it using a rust-brush in photoshop. This was completely done on my brand new Microsoft Surface Pro tablet btw.
Also, if anyone out there was wondering what my workstation looks like, here it is:
Next up is a panoramic painting of Ulthar, and possibly Asenath Waite after that.