Taking the “long way” we’ve almost caught up with Doc Brown and Marty McFly’s trip to the future in Back to the Future 2. Which will happen on October 21 of this year. We spotlighted some of the products of that future here. However, what products actually came to exist in reality? Mr. Fusion We don’t quite have […]
Matthew Albanese makes incredible intricate and beautiful miniatures out of spices, food and found objects. For more of his art and to purchase his book, Strange Worlds go to: MatthewAlbanse
Show your geek pride by pulling one of these awesome notebook out of your pack. Check them all out here.
The TARDIS visiting Tourchwood in Cardiff for a quick refueling. See more of A TARDIS Abroad.
Boasts 20+ Year Battery Standby Time! #SparedNoExpense #JurassicWorld #JurassicPark #nerdvana @MDNerd @we_3_geeks pic.twitter.com/Ngvjwwql9E — Robot Plunger (@RobotPlunger) June 12, 2015
On the streets of Chicago, IL at the intersection of North California and Shakespeare Ave. Along with the fateful words, “Bad Wolf.” See more of A TARDIS Abroad.
Last week we brought you the first of twenty “Great Showdowns” with Game of Thrones characters. You can view the first ten here. For more of Scott C’s great works check them out here. Below are the last ten in the series.
The amazing technological journey of Industrial Light and Magic was recently laid out by a very informative Wired article entitled: The Untold Story of ILM, A Titan the Forever Changed Film. The article tells some of the great behind the scenes stories of how ILM went from models to some of the most realistic CGI […]
The artist Scott C has been sketching out some of the greatest showdowns for years now. His most recent additions to his amazing collection hail from a little place called Westeros (and a few from Essos). He has a series of twenty of the great showdowns of Game of Thrones. Below are the first ten.
In the 22nd century, mankind has colonized many worlds and traveling faster than the speed of light has been made possible by the harvesting of exotic matter from the eggs of the largest species mankind has ever seen. The Leviathan project, originally created by Ruairi Robinson and screenwriter Jim Uhls. The nearly four minute trailer […]