Posts Tagged ‘illustration’

Your clothes… Give them to me now!

Montag, Mai 31st, 2010


Frank Frazetta (February 9, 1928 – May 10, 2010)

Freitag, Mai 28th, 2010


Earlier this month the we sadly lost one of the foremost and talented Fantasy & Sci-Fi Illustrator/Artists of all time, America’s Frank Frazetta who passed away on the 10th of May aged 82. Franks career spanned an almost unbelievable 60+ year’s when he started working in the comic book industry aged just 15, initially providing pencil clean-ups he soon progressed to drawing comics an by the 50’s was producing work spanning a raft of genres including Western, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Historical Drama.

I see no God up here

Mittwoch, Mai 12th, 2010


Etude des reflexes de l’automobiliste

Dienstag, Mai 11th, 2010


Ninja Cyborgs

Montag, April 5th, 2010

The 10 Strangest and Most AWESOME Choose Your Own Adventure books
|flickr; via neato|

Michael Whelan / 2061

Sonntag, April 4th, 2010

This is the original painting used for some editions of Arthur C. Clarke’s 2061, artwork by Michael Whelan

|via Skiffy|

Fuck Yeah: Missile-Throwing Eyebeam Laser Robot on a Unicorn

Samstag, April 3rd, 2010

|via Mister Honk|


Samstag, April 3rd, 2010

|flickr; via|

Soulmates Shirt Design

Samstag, April 3rd, 2010

Von Shirt.Woot, wieder via tdw.

Minimalistische Filmplakate von Hexagonall

Samstag, April 3rd, 2010

Mehr großartige Filmplakate von Hexagonall auf Behance; via tdw.


Samstag, April 3rd, 2010

Illustrationen und Flyer von Nikolaushaus, ein erfreulicher Neuzugang hier auf


Samstag, April 3rd, 2010

|deviantart; via|

Awesome: A – Z of Awesomeness

Mittwoch, März 24th, 2010


Neill Cameron put together these drawings based on suggestions from fans over a 26 day period. The results are indeed full of awesome.

Werner Rhuner – Der Purpurne Planet

Freitag, März 19th, 2010

Illustrator Werner Ruhner für das 1971 erschienene Buch Der Purpurne Planet. Scans von Houdini Nation, weitere psychidelische Illustrationen für das Buch finden sich auf Sci-Fi-O-Rama.

Modern Science

Freitag, März 19th, 2010