letsglitchit:

Here’s a higher resolution copyAnother databent .ppm file. Does it look like it’s moving to you?

letsglitchit:

Here’s a higher resolution copy
Another databent .ppm file. Does it look like it’s moving to you?

poolsofchrome:

The experiment was a success—though it appears irreversible. I’m afraid this will be my last entry…

poolsofchrome:

The experiment was a success—though it appears irreversible. I’m afraid this will be my last entry…

ngpress:

EGOWAR Magazine (Italy) tshirts.

Printed by NotGuilty Press, Bristol.

sekigan:

Tech Floor 6 | Modified Future | Pinterest
zeroing:

Raluca Avramut
losergotlost:

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70sscifiart:

Space hospitals.

Art by John Harris and John Berkey.

martinlkennedy:

The art of John Berkey from his 1970s ‘Portal’ poster series. I can’t think of any way to describe Berkey’s style other than ‘majestically messy.’ He was responsible for some brilliant book covers in the 1970s and 80s but he is probably best known for his Star Wars artwork.

martinlkennedy:

The art of John Berkey from his 1970s ‘Portal’ poster series. I can’t think of any way to describe Berkey’s style other than ‘majestically messy.’ He was responsible for some brilliant book covers in the 1970s and 80s but he is probably best known for his Star Wars artwork.

ymirr:

I suppose most people have a favorite type of art, and mine is right here. The 70-90’s fantasy scifi art. And starting with one of my most favorite piece of all time by Al Williamson.

There is something about that art from that time, from those genre, that you don’t see anywhere else, and i am thinking of style and colours here. The simplicity, yet the amount of details still. The bright nights, and use of white. Good lord i love it!
And it’s a shame, because i won’t see much new stuff coming out like this. 

1. Al Williamson

2,5. John Harris

3,6,8.Syd Mead

4. John Berkey

7,9 .Moebius

10. Peter Elson

npoess:

John Conrad Berkey

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