Photo 1 Sep 2 notes scottpatrick:

Captains, My Captains

scottpatrick:

Captains, My Captains

Photo 1 Sep ¡Fantasma del Espacio! via Le Pédant

¡Fantasma del Espacio! via Le Pédant

Video 30 Aug 3,435 notes

boomerstarkiller67:

"Alien" concept art by Ron Cobb

Photo 26 Aug 441 notes

(Source: pixelclash.net)

Text 26 Aug 123 notes

the-brenhans said: Did you see the insane Dos Cover for Ikari III? Pretty much a testament as to why old PC game covers ARE FUCKIN INSANE, and awesome of course.

obscurevideogames:

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Photo 26 Aug 98 notes bloodnchrome:

Poster art created for the ‘Big Apple Crime Force’ synth compilation, available on Bandcamp.

bloodnchrome:

Poster art created for the ‘Big Apple Crime Force’ synth compilation, available on Bandcamp.

Video 22 Aug 184 notes

milonogiannis:

This is apparently out next weeeek

Video 21 Aug 304,905 notes
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designculturemind:

Real-Time Face Tracking and Projection Mapping

Impressive proof-of-concept demonstration from OMOTE which accurately projects visuals onto a moving human face - video embedded below:

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Photo 18 Aug 835 notes archaicwonder:

Neo-Assyrian Head of Pazuzu, Circa 8th-7th Century BC
Pazuzu was an Assyrian and Babylonian demonic god of the 1st millennium BC. He normally has a dog-like face like here, and where his body is depicted he has a scaly torso, a snake-headed penis, the talons of a bird and usually wings.
Although Pazuzu was a malevolent force, his image was used on amulets to ward off his enemy Lamashtu, a female demon that preyed on newborn babies and their mothers. The amulet was either worn by the mother or child and larger ones were placed above their bed on a wall.
His legend was adapted and used in The Exorcist films.

archaicwonder:

Neo-Assyrian Head of Pazuzu, Circa 8th-7th Century BC

Pazuzu was an Assyrian and Babylonian demonic god of the 1st millennium BC. He normally has a dog-like face like here, and where his body is depicted he has a scaly torso, a snake-headed penis, the talons of a bird and usually wings.

Although Pazuzu was a malevolent force, his image was used on amulets to ward off his enemy Lamashtu, a female demon that preyed on newborn babies and their mothers. The amulet was either worn by the mother or child and larger ones were placed above their bed on a wall.

His legend was adapted and used in The Exorcist films.


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