Excuse me while I rinse my mouth out with some Manson covers to wash away the taste of Random Access Memories.
Alternate costume design for the 1979 Alien, by H.R Giger.
If you ask me, this one looks hella more freaky than the one they went with, but I am not sorry that they chose the more alien, faceless design.
Honestly I prefer the faceless version.
The “faceless” version that appears in the original aliens actually does have a skull-like face, it’s just behind the carapace. You can catch glimpses of it if you look hard enough. When I finally noticed it did, it freaked me the fuck out.
Actually, looking at it now, I’m pretty sure the version above is what is underneath the carapace in the film.
Abe’s right. If you look close enough, you can see the face:
The artist is Ippei Gyoubu
I just… I hate the English language sometimes.
One of my favorite parts in all of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies is at the end of the third one when he’s telling off his strumpets and goes, “It’s pronounced eGREgious.”
If you consider marriage “meaningful”. Ha
The first and foremost thing I’m interested in doing is creating a beautiful image that feels complex and that uses light and color. So that’s what I’m more conscious of in terms of making pictures, but then, of course, there’s the underneath stuff which is more murky, which maybe I’m a little more removed from. But that’s the real core of the work, that sense of isolation or sadness or anxiety. To me, that’s the reason to make the pictures: to comes to terms with all that stuff.
do you ever just stop and look at a post and realize that these are actual people, doing actual things in actual places,
like your neighbor could be in their house right now, putting panty hose on their dog or making a cosplay or dancing around in a horse mask to put on a website for other actual people in other actual places to enjoy,
think i just blew my own mind,
This and the last comment are perf
Istanbul-based artist Erdal Inci clones sections of video creating an endless array of cloned avatars that appear to flood through the city streets.