There is a kind of conformity of vision in cognitive nonconformity, which I have pointed out before. It has always suggested to me that, although the content of these people’s beliefs couldn’t be more divergent, […]
This is a video of President Nixon giving a speech he never made. The speech itself is real. It was prepared in advance of the 1969 moon landing should something go wrong. The MIT Center […]
Digital artist Michael Black’s renders feature an insane amount of detail. Be sure to click on these to enlarge, and to visit Mr. Black’s ArtStation page.
“I hate being in the city.” Nio made a beeline for the coffee stand, which had a short line. “Why can’t we stay somewhere else?” Quinn followed. “Not feeling any better, I see.” “Meaning?” “Nothing, […]
Jeff McAteer’s fantastic characters manage to be completely fantastical while at the same time look utterly real — as if he had rendered the contents of cartoons like Ben10 or any number of comics into […]
Polish artist Reliah Szade paints a dark cybernetic mythos of techno-deities and tragically wounded transhuman heroes. Plenty of inspiration here for your next Shadowrun game.
World historians typically divide the previous two centuries into the “Long Nineteenth Century,” stretching from the French Revolution (1789) to the First World War/Russian Revolution (1917), and the “Short Twentieth Century,” running from the inter-war […]
The older I get, the more accusation of bias seems a hallmark of very small thinking. It’s like accusing someone of morning breath. There’s an implicit conceit that suggests whatever follows is unbiased. You can […]
Les Edwards is a British illustrator known for his work in the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres, and has provided numerous illustrations for book jackets, posters, magazines, record covers and games during his career. […]