TSUCHINOKO Midwest, U.S.

likeafieldmouse:

Gustav Klutsis - Axiomatic Construction (ca. 1921) and Construction (1922)

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Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross to Speak at Billboard & Hollywood Reporter Conference

fuckyeahatticusross:

Previously posted, but this has a fuller text. Tickets will go on sale soon for the full conference at $595.

magictransistor:

John Schoenherr. Dune. 1965.

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beeple:

AMERICAN HERO (GBA)

beeple:

AMERICAN HERO (GBA)

dustrial-inc:

Superman first appearance.

dustrial-inc:

Superman first appearance.

boomerstarkiller67:

Carlo Rambaldi, mechanical effects - Alien (1979)

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70sscifiart:

"It’s fundamentally naive to look at the Pyramids, see that they’re really big and then conclude, ‘I couldn’t even lift those stone blocks with my friends helping; therefore, aliens had to do it.’” ~Carl Sagan

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"Assimilate" by Skinny Puppy

A friend and I had a brief conversation about the state of rock music today, which considered a simple question: what happened to all the revolt? I don’t listen to the radio much these days, and the internet destroyed “maintstream”. But from what I do catch every now-and-then, it’s all saturated, self-indulgent poppy music. Which, could be because of my narrow-minded taste, (I don’t much like hip-hop, rap, or any other derivatives). But is there such thing as controversial music pertaining to the modern times? Critiques of modern society, outright disgust with the system, or was that just a fad that has now dissipated?

Anybody that follows me intently, notice I favor the industrial genre of music. Which hasn’t ever been known as kindly or easy-listening. But it’s always, in weird way, brought comfort to me. The caustic, dismal and emotional turmoil that a lot of it portrays seems more honest to me than a lot of other genres, (I do favor 70’s era rock too though). Are people not upset about things anymore, or is it that they just don’t express it?

Dustin Kraus Animator/Designer/Replicant. Utterly confused by the world half the time, the other half is spent in amazement. //////////////////use "kraus" in the search bar to see my work.