Dark Matter/ Dark Energy
Part of a final illustration thesis project titled Violent Cosmos. Consisted of graphic illustrations personifying various cosmological concepts in striking duo-tone compositions.
by Ona Zelda Pitschka
Sinking Spheres. 2013
personal artwork based on the use of squares, circles, and lines.
Poster for Women of the Prehistoric Planet (1966), faturing Irene Tsu
Irene Tsu in her cavegirl incarnation in a still from the film
Movie poster for Prehistoric Women (aka Slave Girls) (1967, UK)
And here is a publicity still (dated 14 Jan 1966) from the film featuring the actress Martine Beswick which was obviously an inspiration for the poster art
Постер фильма "Планета бурь"
Planeta Bur is a 1962 Soviet film directed by Pavel Klushantsev. The film is also known as Planet of the Storms, Planet of Storms, Planet of Tempests, Planeta Burg and Storm Planet.
Signed: Donald E. Davis 19/8/1975
In the 1970s, NASA’s Ames Research Center imagined what long-term settled life in space would be like on gigantic self-sustaining space stations.
Artists were assigned the task of visualising the possibilities based on technical data and specifications proposed and these stunning works resulted.
by Mark Zug
The first of the Noble Gases, Helium is named from the Greek root helios, meaning sun. As a gas it is buoyant in air, entirely benign in the body, and does not freeze at any temperature we can devise. Her emission spectrum is a rosy vermillion. Helium is useful for scientific experiments into superconductivity — the absence of electrical friction — and as a liquid it is a superfluid which will climb the walls of its container to escape. She is effortlessly powerful, radiant, benevolent, and not a little “above it all.” The opposite number to Radon.
Air Date: October 1997
Format: 1 x 60"
Agency: Nexus Productions
Director: Hiroyuki Kitakubo
Character Design/Animation Director: Kazuchika Kise
Layout: Atsushi Takeuchi
Art Director: Hiromasa Ogura
Animation Production: Production I.G