I've been surprised to find some amazing Lovecraftian art in the various licensed Call of Cthulhu products that have been coming out recently. The two that stand out the most, for me, are the covers for Goodman Games' Death in Luxor and Reality Deviant's Shadows of Cthulhu.
Death in Luxor's cover, by Eddie Shamram, evokes the pulp excitement inherent in the classic Call of Cthulhu adventures. The Shadows of Cthulhu cover, by Jason Walton, evokes the mind-shattering horror of the mythos in what appears to be a modern scenario.
I'm keeping this entry short and sweet. More Masks of Nyarlathotep journals comming up next.