Selfmade Spaceship: a short film by Nicolas Heinemann

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By Jan Herdlicka in New Film on Tuesday 27 August 2013

If you guys are into dystopian sci-fi movies checkout this short movie called ZELLE (eng.: cell) by the young German filmmaker, Nicolas Heinemann. The special thing about this one is that the director constructed the whole setting in his shared flat room in Berlin Kreuzberg until his entire home looked like some kind of a […]

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Awesome sci-fi illustrations by Kilian Eng

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By Ralph Lagoi in New Illustration on Thursday 22 August 2013

Check out the work of Kilian Eng, an inspirational Stockholm-based illustrator who specializes in fantastic retro/sci-fi futurism illustrations. In his flat vector styled works his vibrant use of colour really shines, while his dynamic sceneries capture exciting glimpses into unknown worlds.

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Live your life as a sci-fi video game? You can with these decals

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By Low Lai Chow in New Products on Tuesday 6 August 2013

Yes, scifi video game geeks, your wish has come true. Now you can fix these decals — reminiscent of the thousands of doors you’ve passed in Half Life, BioShock and the such — on the doors or walls in your home to make it look like you’re really living in your second life. Comes in […]

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Firefly: Joss Whedon’s epic sci-fi series

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By Mighty Mouse in New Film on Tuesday 12 February 2013

Joss Whedon’s Firefly is, in my opinion, the best Sci Fi series ever made. It never made it to series two, but as I understand it, Whedon said he would only make a new series of Buffy The Vampire Slayer if he could make a film based on Firefly. That was Serenity, one of my […]

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Finally, a microwave oven worthy of your sci-fi tendencies

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By Low Lai Chow in Tech on Saturday 22 December 2012

You know that LCD SoundSystem tune that goes, ‘Daft Punk’s playing at my house/ my house’? If I had one of these Fagor Spoutnik microwave ovens that look like a very mild, very sensible version of Daft Punk headgear, I might actually convince myself that they’re playing in my kitchen.

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Vintage sci-fi illustrations by Frank Rudolph Paul

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By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Wednesday 21 November 2012

He may not have seen the modern world of today, passing on at the age of 77 in 1963, but Frank Rudolph Paul evidently saw the future with incredible imagination, as we can see in his trippy science fiction and fantasy illustrations. According to this, he was the ‘first person to ever make a living drawing spaceships‘ too.

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PROSPECT: the concept reel for an upcoming sci-fi film

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By Brice Budke in New Film on Saturday 10 November 2012

This the concept reel for our upcoming sci-fi film. PROSPECT is the story of a young girl and her father hunting valuable resin on a toxic planet. When her father is attacked, she is forced to grow up quick. Our inspiration for the film is ultimately that we want to make the kind of sci-fi […]

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Designs for a flying house by Timon Sager

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By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Friday 13 April 2012

Ah, this is the kind of dreams sci-fiction is made for. Timon Sager imagines what a luxury home in the air could look like (well, like a yacht-house, actually) minus the balloons. That calls for some high-powered aircraft that resemble mega sleek silverfish. We just want to pack our bags and go race timezones.

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Psychedelic sci-fi doodles by Micah Lidberg

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By Beck Wheeler in New Illustration on Saturday 31 March 2012

Every now and then I see a piece of art that sets off a chain of fireworks in my head. Micah Lidberg’s art does just that. His psychedelic sci-fi doodles are explosions of colour, texture and pattern. There is no focal point in many of his drawings, so your eyes are left wandering across the landscape of the page. His website is a feast for the visual culture voyeur.

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Star Trek and Star Wars bedtime books

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By Merzipan in New Art on Thursday 6 October 2011

The title of Best Mom Ever has officially been won. Julie made her babies these Star Trek and Star Wars felt activity books. With a couple of tribbles, er, quibbles, I have to say these are possibly the only books a toddler could ever need. Now I understand the hipster fetish for Mormon Mommy Blogs. Sign me up for adoption.

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By Troy Stith in New Art on Thursday 30 June 2011

Check out the fantastical Photoshop creations from Shichigoro. Although most of his pieces don’t have a story behind them, your mind can easily fill in the blanks.

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Zenith The Film

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By Jen Begeal in New Film on Thursday 12 May 2011

In the hellish future of 2044, human beings have become stupefied by the state of permanent happiness they’ve been genetically altered to experience. ‘Dumb’ Jack offers relief via drugs that bring his customers the welcome phenomenon of pain. But when Jack receives a mysterious videotape of his dead father, he sets out to unmask the […]

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A World is Born by Brandon McConnell

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By Merzipan in New Art on Saturday 29 January 2011

Brandon McConnell creates amazing colorful vistas in minutes, and shares his techniques with Robert H. Ross-style videos. I stumbled across one on Youtube, and before my disbelieving eyes, what looked like a mediocre Jackson Pollock spray-paint attack turned into every geek’s secret dream. Not only are the paintings ethereally pretty, the moment of their coalescence […]

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John Lytle Wilson

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By Zolton in New Art on Friday 7 May 2010

John Lytle Wilson inserts fantastic sci-fi creatures into the foreground of random generic paintings, adding new outlandish life to otherwise sedentary environments.

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Tim Simmons

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By Gerry Mak in New Photography on Thursday 4 March 2010

UK-based Tim Simmons imbues his long-exposure photographs of ‘humanature’ — a term coined by photographer Peter Goin to describe natural terrain with manmade features — with a sense of sci-fi mystery, as if he is capturing the world discarded by time as described in Stephen King’s The Langoliers.

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