More Blade Runner Concept Art by Syd Mead
Syd Mead’s LA
“A Family of four and their robots, 25 years from now" - A view of the future from 1988, including these amazing images from Syd Mead.
Download the full article at the LA Times.
So, you want to write but can’t afford those darned writing courses you see advertised online or in all those fancy cultural ‘zines you spend your hard earned dollars on? Well, fret no more, for now you can have your very own creative writing class from William S. Burroughs, all thanks to the wonders of YouTube. Burroughs gave these creative writing classes at Naropa University in 1979, where the author discussed works of literature, writing techniques and exercises for becoming a better writer.
ENG : Last weekd I initiated a crowdfunding to raise funds to print a collection of my Badass Cartoons, and here the illustration for the $65 pledge backers, a limited edition print on high quality paper and signed by the me !
For a $26, you will receive Badass Cartoons by mail, all of the texts will be in both English and French, professionally translated and corrected, The books will be sent out at the end of October and the shipping fees are included in the cost of the book for all destinations in the world!
Whether by contribution or by sharing the project page, all support is appreciated! Thank !
FR : Voici l’illustration qui sera offerte sur une belle impression luxueuse aux contributeurs du palier à 50 euros du financement participatif de l’album des Badass Cartoons. Le tirage de l’illustration en question sera limité, numéroté et signé par votre serviteur. Les premier palier est à 20 euros et vous permets de recevoir le livre par la poste, frais de ports inclus ! Les précommandes se terminent dans une vingtaine de jour, donc ne trainez pas trop si vous souhaitez embellir votre bibliothèque avec un beau livre pouvant faire office de chapeau distingué dans vos soirées les plus branchées !
Doctor Who poster art by Mike Collins
God I want this.
It’s a country that repeatedly and knowingly elected Silvio Berlusconi to office?
And, I mean, check if that high court ruling that declared that it can’t be rape if a woman is wearing tight jeans because she must have helped take them off ever got repealed.
Or you can just sit and ponder how one peninsula managed to be the birthplace of the Roman Empire, the Catholic Church, organized crime, and fascism.
And that’s before you get into the ghastly blend of machismo and conservatism that is Italian-American culture, or my irritation at things like the explicit and conscious perversion of justice to satisfy the media that is the Amanda Knox trial.
Basically, because Italy is a horrible place full of horrible people.
Ooh, I forgot their chronic inability to stop making monkey chants at black footballers.
Basically, ask yourself what the last time you read a news story and thought, “oh, well done Italy” was.
Excellent food, though.
As for the monkey chants, well, pick any mainland European country and you’ll find some pretty dubious racial opinions, even from otherwise liberal, intelligent people.
On the set of Brompton Rhodes: Rum, Sodomy and the Gash - coming soon!
Illustration Commission for I’ve Seen Things and Stuff, Man.com, plus two unused designs (full-colour and greyscale)
reblog this post with the oldest meme you can think of
Is it just me, or did you guys think the dinosaur burning was really horrible? I can’t imagine the series showing a dog or a horse or even a human burning alive, but somehow a dinosaur is okay? I didn’t really like the episode as a whole, but that…
WON’T SOMEONE THINK OF THE DINOSAURS?