magictransistor:

John Whitney. Catalog. 1961.

John Whitney’s demo reel of work created with his analog computer/film camera magic machine he built from a WWII anti-aircraft gun sight. Also Whitney and the techniques he developed with this machine were what inspired Douglas Trumbull (special fx wizard) to use the slit scan technique on 2001: A Space Odyssey

magictransistor:

James Hall Nasmyth & James Carpenter, ‘The Moon: Considered as a Planet’ (Three photographic illustrations of plaster models that Nasmyth and Carpenter fabricated based upon their observations of the lunar satellite), 1874.

rhubarbes:

“unregistered city” by Jiang Pengyi.

rhubarbes:

“unregistered city” by Jiang Pengyi.

sf-vehicles:

Syd Mead

sf-vehicles:

Syd Mead

(via 70sscifiart)

70sscifiart:

John Harris

70sscifiart:

John Harris

(Source: forgottentomorrows)

Clip #3 from ODD ONE OUT (Christopher Rohde, 2014, 21 min.). Scientists bring the metal monster to life in a brash display of power. ODD ONE OUT will be released January 31st 2014. Visit christopherrohde.wordpress.com for details.

sciencefictiongallery:

Jim Burns - Scoutship Pilot, 1979.

sciencefictiongallery:

Jim Burns - Scoutship Pilot, 1979.

magictransistor:

Peter Van Riper, Rhizome (Untitled), circa 1980.

a-mini-a-day:

Exquisite mini animal sculptures by Anya Stone.
But HOW, though, just HOW.

superb detail!

(via allthesmallthingsminiatures)

sciencefictiongallery:

Rick Guidice - Inside of a Gerard K O’Neill cylinder style space station, 1970’s.