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The best science fiction art from Vincent Di Fate, HR Giger, and beyond.

  • Riley Raul Reese
    Published 2 years ago
    H.R. Giger's 'Dark Star'

    H.R. Giger's 'Dark Star'

    H.R. Giger is legendary in the art world.
  • Riley Raul Reese
    Published 2 years ago
    Best H.R. Giger Art Books

    Best H.R. Giger Art Books

    H.R. Giger is one of the few artists out there who was born last century and still remains easily recognizable by pop culture. He's the mastermind behind facehuggers and xenomorphs. He's worked with Alejandro Jodorowsky on the unmade Dune flick. He's even become famous for album art.
  • Skunk Uzeki
    Published 2 years ago
    Best H.R. Giger Album Cover Art

    Best H.R. Giger Album Cover Art

    H.R. Giger is one of the most famous sci-fi artists of all time, and his iconic artwork has become some of the most easily recognizable in the world. Throughout his career, he has scored quite a few amazing contracts that bolstered his fame.
  • Riley Raul Reese
    Published 2 years ago
    H.R. Giger's 'Alien' Art

    H.R. Giger's 'Alien' Art

    H.R. Giger is one of the most famous names in modern art history, especially in the surrealist and sci-fi art genres. His work has graced magazine covers, music album covers, and even has been featured on clothing lines.
  • Storyteller IRT
    Published 2 years ago
    Teen Alien (#5.5)

    Teen Alien (#5.5)

    The little alien came to earth by accident.First, she was lost but then came to learn how to blend in with human society as predators hunt her down.The people that lived around that area said that amazing and extraordinary things happened there for like, no reason, and thought that these things were done by spirits.They were a superstitious lot, the main reason why she settled around there—anything going wrong as she learned to settle was not read into much.People said, that sometimes they could see a thing glow in the woods at night.Others say they can hear music not of this world, drawing them into the depths of the woods, where no sane person would wonder.And the scent, a scent so sweet that could only be compared to million roses, but to the surprise of the tourists, who have heard the stories, no roses could be found growing there.At least, none there dared to walk further into the forest to find some for fear of disturbing the sound, until one man arrived, too curious to stay away and to drawn to the mystery to pass over it
  • Storyteller IRT
    Published 2 years ago
    The Little Alien (#5)

    The Little Alien (#5)

    The little alien came to earth by accident.First, she was lost but then came to learn how to blend in with human society as predators hunt her down. The people that lived around that area said that amazing and extraordinary things happened there for like, no reason, and thought that these things were done by spirits.They were a superstitious lot, the main reason why she settled around there—anything going wrong as she learned to settle was not read into much. People said, that sometimes they could see a thing glow in the woods at night. Others say they can hear music not of this world, drawing them into the depths of the woods, where no sane person would wonder. And the scent, a scent so sweet that could only be compared to million roses, but to the surprise of the tourists, who have heard the stories, no roses could be found growing there. At least, none there dared to walk further into the forest to find some for fear of disturbing the sound, until one man arrived, too curious to stay away and to drawn to the mystery to pass over it
  • Christine Alford
    Published 2 years ago
    Sir Hans Sloane, Magic Mirrors and the British Museum

    Sir Hans Sloane, Magic Mirrors and the British Museum

    The British Museum collection began with the intellectual curiosity of an Irish doctor called Sir Hans Sloane. He began collecting when he was working in Jamaica, as a physician to the governor. He returned to London in 1689 and continued collecting. He was a very wealthy and successful doctor. His patients included the diarist Samuel Pepys and Queen Anne. Soon his house in Bloomsbury Place was overflowing with ‘plants, fossils, minerals, zoological, anatomical and pathological specimens, antiquities …prints, drawings and coins, books and manuscripts.’ His collecting got so out of control that he had to buy the house next door. When that house was full he moved to a new house in Chelsea!
  • F. Simon Grant
    Published 2 years ago
    Extra Bright

    Extra Bright

    Greta Stromach prayed one night for heaven to save her and dreamt of these bright white tendrils descending from the sky like jellyfish tentacles, or what jellyfish tentacles would be like if jellyfish were some amalgamation of Jesus and grandmothers with purelight tendrils, they wrapped her and lifted her to heaven, but the dream ended before she got there.
  • gillian pajor
    Published 2 years ago
    Russian Roulette

    Russian Roulette

    I stood there in the cold, damp waiting room. Everything was silent. There were six of us. No one knew anyone and no one said anything. We just stood, waiting in a line for something; anything to happen.
  • Storyteller IRT
    Published 3 years ago
    Monster Hunters - Dragon Squad (#4)

    Monster Hunters - Dragon Squad (#4)

    "Remind me why we took a short way again?" Keith said as he ducked, moving back from the swipe of the chimera's paw.
  • Futurism Staff
    Published 3 years ago
    Interview with Paul Franklin, Director of 'The Escape'

    Interview with Paul Franklin, Director of 'The Escape'

    What does an Academy Award winning visual effects specialist do at the culmination of 25 years of career successes and a prolific filmography? If you're the UK-born Paul J. Franklin, you set your certifiably keen eye on a new challenge and go after it full force.
  • Anthony Gramuglia
    Published 3 years ago
    Best H.R. Giger Illustrations

    Best H.R. Giger Illustrations

    In 2014, H.R. Giger died, and, thus, science fiction lost one of its greatest artists – but left behind were a multitude of H.R. Giger illustrations. Giger created some of the most exotic, darkest depictions of bio-mechanical sexualization put to the canvas.