1. (Fuente: fugu-suicide, vía aethr4)

  2. Paul Lehr
    Analog Magazine, 1978
    Tim White
    Steve R Dodd
    David Mattingly
    Roger Dean
    Chris Foss
    Tim White, again


    Some of the most vibrant retro sci-fi works from my archives. See more under the colorful and vibrant tags.

  3. 70sscifiart:

    Artist Fred Gambino’s career may have started in the late 70s, but it’s still going strong. He even pioneered digital arts along the way. Today, he’s releasing a book collecting works from the past 15 years: Dark Shepherd: The Art of Fred Gambino.

    Check out more of his work from my archives here, and an exclusive gallery of works from his new book over at Io9.

  4. k-z:

    Kiriko Nananan

    (vía aethr4)

  6. catonhottinroof:

    Alexandre Calame

    (vía art--gallery)

  7. workman:


    La Grande Vague by Joél Guenoun

    (vía aethr4)

  8. magictransistor:

    Utagawa Hiroshige, Jumantsubo at Susaki (Fukagawa), One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, ca. 1857.

  9. leprincelointain:

    Ernst Stöhr (1860-1917), Illustration pour la revue Ver Sacrum - 1898

    (vía demoniality)

  10. magictransistor:

    Chesley Bonestell (1888 – 1986)

  11. leprincelointain:

    Karl Mediz (1868-1945), Roter Engel - 1902.

    (vía demoniality)

  12. likeafieldmouse:

    Joseba Eskubi - Untitled (2013)

    (vía art--gallery)

  13. (Fuente: lucysbasement, vía n0t-g0d)

  14. afroui:

    Odysseas Oikonomou 1967

    (vía art--gallery)

  15. (Fuente: 11200, vía mentalalchemy)