jonyorkblog:

Steve Gildea
Planetary Suite, circa 1990

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aesthrological-phenomena:

"Bridgette Hollingsworth" by Haley Greenberg (Comet)

aesthrological-phenomena:

"Bridgette Hollingsworth" by Haley Greenberg (Comet)

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enochliew:

Indian buildings photographed by Vincent Leroux

Buildings which influenced the Italian architect Ettore Sottsass.

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sciencefictiongallery:

John Harris - Saturn

sciencefictiongallery:

John Harris - Saturn

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victongai:

Spectrum 21, End of the End of Everything

Victo Ngai

I am very honored to have 8 pieces be selected into this year’s Spectrum 21 illustration Annual

Among them is a new piece called “End of the End of Everything” for Tor.com. It has also been selected into Communication Arts 22 Illustration Annual. The illustration is for a wonderfully scary horror novelette by Dale Bailey. It sets in pre apocalyptic earth and the stories revolves around suicidal parties, libertine orgies and amputation performance art. I don’t think I have ever been so shaken by a short story like I was by this one. 

The Tiger Beer art is nominated as one of the medal finalist in advertisement category, woohoo! 

My big thanks to the judges and congrats to all the winner. Thanks again to my art directors Aviva Michaelov (NYTimes), SooJin Buzelli (PLANSPONSOR), Irene Gallo (Tor), Jordan Awan(New Yorker), April Montgomery (Computer World) and Dylan Davies (Rothco)! 

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cuilcore:

End of Evangelion (1997)

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victoriousvocabulary:

PREPONDERANT
[adjective]
superior in weight, force, influence, numbers, etc.; prevailing.
Etymology: from Latin praeponderant- (stem of praeponderāns), present participle of praeponderāre “to outweigh”.
[James Carroll Beckwith - L’Empereur]

victoriousvocabulary:

PREPONDERANT

[adjective]

superior in weight, force, influence, numbers, etc.; prevailing.

Etymology: from Latin praeponderant- (stem of praeponderāns), present participle of praeponderāre “to outweigh”.

[James Carroll Beckwith - L’Empereur]

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