- Visualizing Camelot: An Introduction
- Visualizing Camelot in Everyday Life
- Visualizing Camelot at the Movies
- Visualizing Camelot in Popular Culture
- Visualizing Camelot: Major Authors
- Illustrated Malory Editions
- Ashendene Press Malory and "The Barge to Avalon"
- Retellings of Malory
- Illustrated Tennyson Editions
- Tennyson's Influence on Popular Art and Culture
- Tennyson, Watts, and the Strength of Ten
- Art Based on Malory and Tennyson
- Illustrating Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
- Reworking Twain's Connecticut Yankee
- T. H. White
- Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
- Children's Books
- Visualizing Camelot through Iconic Images
- Women Illustrators
- Credits and Acknowledgments
- 2024 Events and Programming for Visualizing Camelot
Business Products and Promotions
Companies and businesses have long turned to the Arthurian legends to promote their products. Arthurian motifs—the view of Camelot as a romantic idyllic place, the Tennysonian notion of King Arthur’s near-angelic virtue and Sir Galahad’s purity, the powerful magic of Merlin, the quest for the Grail—are evident in the names and the marketing of products and businesses from motels and hotels like the Excalibur in Las Vegas and retirement villages like “The Camelot” in California (with “Independent Living Fit for a King or queen”) to foods like King Arthur’s Flour.
A cigarette card (John Player & Son) depicting Queen Guinevere.