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Aliens and Predators

Aliens and Predators

This is a tumble-log devoted to the "Alien" and "Predator" film franchises, especially designs by HR Giger (and direction from directors Ridley Scott, James Cameron, et al). None of these pictures are mine, unless explicitly noted. To find the creators, follow the "via" or "Source" links. Submit something Talk to me View the Archive View posts by film: Alien Aliens Alien3 Alien Resurrection Alien prequel (RIP) Predator Predator 2 Predators AVP AVP: Requiem Some Popular Tags: Alien…

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8-bit Stories : Photo

8-bit Stories: Photo

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ArtStation - ANDROMEDA WAITS, Phelan A. Davion

ANDROMEDA WAITS, Phelan A. Davion

by Jasper ( http://gjallarhoorn.deviantart.com/ ) and Phelan ( http://phelandavion.deviantart.com/ )

Close-up of Venus by the Japanese Hinode spacecraft on the sun-synchronous orbit. [1024x1024] : spaceporn

Close-up of Venus by the Japanese Hinode spacecraft on the sun-synchronous orbit. [1024x1024]

SpacePorn is a subreddit devoted to beautiful space images. As long as the focus of the image is related to space in some way, it is allowed. This...

I've found an Engineer! : Prometheus

I've found an Engineer!

Prometheus is a 2012 science fiction film directed by Ridley Scott, written by Jon Spaihts and Damon Lindelof and starring Noomi Rapace, Michael...

Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction

Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction

The Barbican is housing relics and footage from over 50 films including Jurassic Park, Star Wars, and Alien, as well as 200 books – preview it here

Home at last by MoaWallin

Home at last by MoaWallin on DeviantArt

That spaceship may look like it can't go very far, but that's just because you can't comprehend the really cool, hyper advanced super-technology behind ... Home at last