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xenophone:

"This thing I saw! A monstrous tripod, higher than many houses, striding over the young pine-trees" (1970) illustration by Neville Dear for H.G. Wells’ novel The War of the Worlds
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xenophone:

"This thing I saw! A monstrous tripod, higher than many houses, striding over the young pine-trees" (1970) illustration by Neville Dear for H.G. Wells’ novel The War of the Worlds

source

jinmustaddon:

Abstracto by Betrand Benoit

(Source: bertrand-benoit.com, via roboticnetwork)

blorgblorgblorg:

Syd Mead concept art for the Sulaco from Aliens, pt 1: hulls

sourced from Alien Anthology blu-ray set

(via helderhp)

earthstory:

Sahara meets sea
The coastline in this astronaut photo from the space station looks almost man made in its near perfect linear regularity, the sharp contrast strengthened by the hues of sand and ocean and the surreal looking clouds over the Atlantic. Some drying patches of rain are visible thanks to the salt that they have dissolved and are now re-precipitating.
Loz

Image credit: Steve Swanson

earthstory:

Sahara meets sea

The coastline in this astronaut photo from the space station looks almost man made in its near perfect linear regularity, the sharp contrast strengthened by the hues of sand and ocean and the surreal looking clouds over the Atlantic. Some drying patches of rain are visible thanks to the salt that they have dissolved and are now re-precipitating.

Loz

Image credit: Steve Swanson

denisforkas:

The Triton’s Mirror, 2014
Acrylics on prepared paper, 55.7 x 41.5 cm 
Denis Forkas – Spirits of the Mirror

denisforkas:

The Triton’s Mirror, 2014

Acrylics on prepared paper, 55.7 x 41.5 cm 

Denis Forkas – Spirits of the Mirror

xenophone:

"This thing I saw! A monstrous tripod, higher than many houses, striding over the young pine-trees" (1970) illustration by Neville Dear for H.G. Wells’ novel The War of the Worlds
source

xenophone:

"This thing I saw! A monstrous tripod, higher than many houses, striding over the young pine-trees" (1970) illustration by Neville Dear for H.G. Wells’ novel The War of the Worlds

source

(Source: noveltyexistence, via nuuro)

jinmustaddon:

Abstracto by Betrand Benoit

(Source: bertrand-benoit.com, via roboticnetwork)

eightiesart:

BERNAR VENET

eightiesart:

BERNAR VENET

(via fuks)

blorgblorgblorg:

Syd Mead concept art for the Sulaco from Aliens, pt 1: hulls

sourced from Alien Anthology blu-ray set

(via helderhp)

poolsofchrome:

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poolsofchrome:

Follow

(Source: amarahollande, via stefari)

earthstory:

Sahara meets sea
The coastline in this astronaut photo from the space station looks almost man made in its near perfect linear regularity, the sharp contrast strengthened by the hues of sand and ocean and the surreal looking clouds over the Atlantic. Some drying patches of rain are visible thanks to the salt that they have dissolved and are now re-precipitating.
Loz

Image credit: Steve Swanson

earthstory:

Sahara meets sea

The coastline in this astronaut photo from the space station looks almost man made in its near perfect linear regularity, the sharp contrast strengthened by the hues of sand and ocean and the surreal looking clouds over the Atlantic. Some drying patches of rain are visible thanks to the salt that they have dissolved and are now re-precipitating.

Loz

Image credit: Steve Swanson

(Source: bushidocaps, via otakugangsta)

denisforkas:

The Triton’s Mirror, 2014
Acrylics on prepared paper, 55.7 x 41.5 cm 
Denis Forkas – Spirits of the Mirror

denisforkas:

The Triton’s Mirror, 2014

Acrylics on prepared paper, 55.7 x 41.5 cm 

Denis Forkas – Spirits of the Mirror

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