Bristolian noir-enthusiast Geoff Grandfield is a talented artist whose illustrations have appeared here before, on the Folio edition of Joe Simpson's Touching the Void.
His woodcut-like illustrations, using angular shapes, fields of flat colour and dramatic shadows, decorate the Penguin Classics US editions of many of Graham Greene's books (or at least those not decorated by Brian Cronin).
He has also done similar covers for the Folio Society editions of Greene's novels.
What's more, he has provided numerous black and white interior illustrations for these Folio books, a sprinkling of which are shown here. I love them: they capture the murky, dangerous, noir-ish world of the "entertainments" (Greene's own description for his more thriller-y novels) beautifully. (Click for bigger versions.)
Next: more Grandfield work, this time for Raymond Chandler.