By Michael Whelan.
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Happy Mother’s Day!
Illustration by Garth Williams.
A painting by Jim Burns used in Great Space Battles, a Terran Trade Authority Handbook by Stewart Cowley and Charles Herridge. It was probably originally created for a different publication.
The large lander looks intriguingly alien with its organic curves and asymmetrical design, while the pods shooting out of its ports look more like familiar machinery, creating interesting diversity in the aliens’ technology. The emerald ovals on the pods mirror the structures near the top of the lander, tying the two designs together.
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Art By Dariusz Zawadzki
In Terra Magazine, turnip picks you!
(This is all I could find on the picture)
The Company of Wolves (1984). Japanese poster, designed by Sumio Tsunoda.
Shall we set out across this sea of faces in search of more and more applause?
If you like live action monsters, I urge you to check out Jacko as a Pun.
I discovered it recently, and it’s full of interesting creature designs that I’d never seen before. Nothing is too obscure for this blog.
Other fun blogs with similar content are Monster Man, Monster Brains, and good ol’ Bogleech. I’m also currently running a monster marathon on my secondary blog.
Dr. Pretorius from From Beyond (more photos here and here), one of the title monsters from Humanoids from the Deep (see more photos here and here), Dr. Foster from Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor, and Gan Q from Ultraman Gaia (more info here).
Detail of the triptych “Journey of the Wounded Healer” by Alex Grey.
Homobruchus by Kumpan Alexandr.
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