1. 09:00 23rd Apr 2014

    Notes: 2913

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    scifigeneration:

    Mars - Mass Effect [◼]

    via monkeydseehr

     
  2. 18:16 20th Apr 2014

    Notes: 1474

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    ultrazapping:

    Nicolas Bouvier

    (Source: cinemagorgeous)

     
  3. 10:35 18th Apr 2014

    Notes: 62

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    sciencefictiongallery:

Ed Emshwiller - A “Hucksters” Utopia Of The Future, 1952.

    sciencefictiongallery:

    Ed Emshwiller - A “Hucksters” Utopia Of The Future, 1952.

     
  4. nickdangerprivatethirdeye:

    rhotias:

    A My Little Pony crossover with Iain M Banks’ sci-fi Culture universe

    This isn’t a thing I’m asking for. This is a thing I’ve been given

    [WORRY]

    this is for future reference - I do not necessarily endorse this

     
  5. 09:41 18th Mar 2014

    Notes: 211

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    sciencefictiongallery:

Les Edwards - Auriga Panorama, 2012.

    sciencefictiongallery:

    Les Edwards - Auriga Panorama, 2012.

     
  6. artbyalihorn:

    Demeisen, a ship mind from the novel Surface Detail by Iain M. Banks, is a fascinating character who turns out to be nothing like seems at first. Despite his change in character, however, I wanted this illustration to capture the way he appears on first introduction: predatory, vampiric and torturing the human body he is occupying at the time (this can be seen in his hands).

    We meet Demeisen in a so-called ‘war bar’ on a giant spaceship. The horse and warriors on the table are part of a table-top hologram. The two young spacemen have given up their seats for the novel’s main character and another ship mind.

     
  7. 13:50 6th Mar 2014

    Notes: 1092

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    sparth:

rainy city
30 minutes.

    sparth:

    rainy city

    30 minutes.

     
  8. 09:14 5th Mar 2014

    Notes: 390

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    sciencefictiongallery:

Don Davis - Inside of a Gerard K O’Neill cylinder style space station, 1975.

    sciencefictiongallery:

    Don Davis - Inside of a Gerard K O’Neill cylinder style space station, 1975.

     
  9. 09:40 26th Feb 2014

    Notes: 399

    Reblogged from mfkopp

    cinemagorgeous:

    Sci-fi concept art by Rolf Mohr.

     
  10. 12:44 23rd Feb 2014

    Notes: 1208

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    martinlkennedy:

Moebius ‘Futurs Magiques 2’, 1983

    martinlkennedy:

    Moebius ‘Futurs Magiques 2’, 1983

     
  11. 09:48 13th Feb 2014

    Notes: 729

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    cinemagorgeous:

    Art by Nicolas Ferrand.

     
  12. 00:50

    Notes: 715

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    ryanpanos:

    Drawings and Visions by Italian Futurist Architects | Socks Studio

    In 1914 Antonio Sant’Elia signed the “Manifesto per un’architettura futurista“, a text coming a few years later the more known “Manifesto del Futurismo” (1909) and “Manifesto dei pittori futuristi” (1910). Whereas the basic concepts of Futurist Architecture follow the general lines given by previous Futurist Manifestos (refuse of the past, magnification of dynamism, opposition to academism), there are several points which refer to the specificity of architectural language and express interesting views.

    One is about the idea of an architecture which is not meant to last: “Houses will endure less than us. Every generation must build its own city”: even if this sentence seems to collide with Sant’Elia’s drawing for indeed massive and complex buildings, it’s an original concept in the panorama of Western architecture.

     
  13. 16:31 9th Feb 2014

    Notes: 17

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    intergalacticmatter:

    xovmokorbital:

    intergalacticmatter:

    nickdangerprivatethirdeye:

    intergalacticmatter:

    From Iain M Banks’s Culture books.

    Preferably super hot (and a Special Contacts agent). PLEASE NOW.

    fml

    *makes weird noises*

    *post-book trauma*

    but I truly wish I was living in one of Iain M Banks’s…

    I would just be happy to be a regular citizen - no Contact or Special Circumstances for me.  I’d happily spend my 800 years on a nice Orbital somewhere and maybe a few decades here and there on a few different GSVs. I would especially like to visit the Morthanveld Nestworld.

    Choose an Orbital that won’t be blown up then! :D I’d like to spend some time on the GSVs too… they have some cool stuff going on..

    The Idiran War was centuries ago, so, there’s little risk of orbitals being blown up now!

     
  14. 13:20

    Notes: 17

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    intergalacticmatter:

    nickdangerprivatethirdeye:

    intergalacticmatter:

    From Iain M Banks’s Culture books.

    Preferably super hot (and a Special Contacts agent). PLEASE NOW.

    fml

    *makes weird noises*

    *post-book trauma*

    but I truly wish I was living in one of Iain M Banks’s…

    I would just be happy to be a regular citizen - no Contact or Special Circumstances for me.  I’d happily spend my 800 years on a nice Orbital somewhere and maybe a few decades here and there on a few different GSVs. I would especially like to visit the Morthanveld Nestworld.

     
  15. 13:10

    Notes: 96

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    retrofuturenaut:

Peter Elson, “Tomorrow and Tomorrow”

    retrofuturenaut:

    Peter Elson, “Tomorrow and Tomorrow”