Michael May

Michael May writes the comic Kill All Monsters (drawn by Jason Copland), so he likes giant monsters and robots, but also pirates, monsters, rayguns, and caffeine.

If you’re looking for Lord Vader, here’s where he’ll be.
Oh my!
70sscifiart:

jabinante:

70sscifiart:

john berkey - star wars, 20th century fox, 1977 (by Myriac Acia)

Man I love this poster, I wish there was a good scan of the original, or at least one that didn’t come out of the LP (i.e. without the fold lines)

How’s this?

70sscifiart:

jabinante:

70sscifiart:

john berkey - star wars, 20th century fox, 1977 (by Myriac Acia)

Man I love this poster, I wish there was a good scan of the original, or at least one that didn’t come out of the LP (i.e. without the fold lines)

How’s this?

(via chrisroberson)

davidmbuisan:

Sci-Fi illustration for argentinian art magazine Göoo Utopia special issue.
Art by David M. Buisán

davidmbuisan:

Sci-Fi illustration for argentinian art magazine Göoo Utopia special issue.

Art by David M. Buisán

Disguise

Disguise

(Source: arcaneimages)

thecinemasuicide:

Hungarian movie posters for (in order): Alien, Star Wars: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, A New Hope (again), 2001, Planet of the Apes, The Omen, Robocop

Empire Strikes Back posters by Boris Vallejo for Burger King/Burger Chef promo, 1980

(Source: kemosabi76, via wings1295)

Daily Knightley

xxgeekpr0nxx:

Shot by Aaron Rapoport for 1983 summer issue of Rolling Stone.

(Source: geekxgirls.com, via wings1295)

gostuntmango:

Cool hand, Luke.

gostuntmango:

Cool hand, Luke.

(Source: gostuntmango)

Star Wars coffee

clubjade:

Rodarte Star Wars dresses for New York Fashion Week

(Source: style.com, via allisontype)

Dance Vader

Dance Vader

(Source: ingenious-self-destruction, via jaquandor)

When I’m with you…

cranbarrier:

Welcome to Cardboard Box Office – our homemade creations of some of your favorite movie scenes built from some of our favorite domestic junk.

The project began after finding that we had accumulated both a lot of cardboard boxes (due to moving to a new country) and a baby (due to giving birth). With our social lives drastically altered we decided to find a way to make some of those housebound weekends a little more fun.

The costumes, props, and sets in Cardboard Box Office are created entirely out of everyday household items, toys, cardboard, and three individuals slowly losing their sanity. Enjoy!”

(via jaquandor)