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Incoming! Space age inspired Artwork

“Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”
-Dylan Thomas

SPACE PIECES INCOMING.

Survey V2 by Kelvin Liew
Survey V2 by Kelvin Liew

Geological survey sounds way cooler when you put “planetary” at the front of it.

Hello From Space by Edgar Stepanov
Hello From Space by Edgar Stepanov

We hardly consider the intense darkness of space, since we spend much of our time studying stars. But were we able to explore every nook and cranny of space, there’d be plenty of spaces where floodlights would be of great use. In “Hello from Space” we see how that might look, and it looks great.

Scale Exodus by Romain d'Escrienne
Scale Exodus by Romain d’Escrienne

Every time a spacecraft leaves earth the world watches with anticipation, but imagine a world where space travel is normal enough that hundreds of ships could leave at the same time. Romain d’Escrienne’s piece shows us what that might be like.

Leaving The Earth by Jessica Rossier
Leaving The Earth by Jessica Rossier
“Astronomy compels the soul to look upward, and leads us from this world to another.” – Plato
Engine Maintenance by Mac Rebisz
Engine Maintenance by Mac Rebisz

The scale in this piece is amazing. Anyone can make a ship big, but to make a ship feel really big you show us something to frame it up. An astronaut working maintenance will do just that.

Eye Of The Universe by Christian Steve Scampini
Eye Of The Universe by Christian Steve Scampini

What sort of cosmic battle is taking place in the center of the universe? Whatever it is, it looks epic as hell.Gosper Glider by Alex Brady

Gosper Glider by Alex Brady

Another thing to think about is the notion of intergalactic sports. Nascar might be considerably more interesting in that context.

Extractors by Sebastien HUE
Extractors by Sebastien HUE

I can hear the dubstep trailer now. Whatever alien monstrosity is hiding in there is probably not PG-13.

Drill String by Alex Brady
Drill String by Alex Brady

Mining towns aren’t all bad, not when they’ve got this view.

Chickenjet Carrier Sketch by Alex Brady
Chickenjet Carrier Sketch by Alex Brady

Fighter pilots are badass. Space-fighter pilots are badass as hell.

60s Moonbase by Alex Brady
60s Moonbase by Alex Brady

Bioshock 4 anyone? I want to see electricity plasmids in space, old timey hyperspace blimps.

S C A P E by Raja Nandepu
S C A P E by Raja Nandepu

This piece isn’t in our landscape article, but it certainly should be. Raja Nandepu’s “S C A P E” shows us what a futuristic metropolis might look like at sunset.

Star Lord by Damian Audino
Star Lord by Damian Audino

“I’m sure you’ve heard of me, right?” (Editor note: “Who?”)

Star Wars Death Star 2 by Mark Molnar
Star Wars Death Star 2 by Mark Molnar

“So we took out the exhaust vent thing, right?”

“Yeah,”

“Oh great, that was a bad ide-”

“There’s a ship-sized hole through the middle now, so the exhaust filters out easily enough.”

“…what?’

Alien Whale by Nandor Moldovan
Alien Whale by Nandor Moldovan

Alien biology is an interesting thing to consider, especially migratory species. How do alien whales work without gravity, do they eat space-krill, is there a Moby Dick in space? Was it as poorly written as the earth one?

Important questions.

Alien Stormtrooper by trevor storey
Alien Stormtrooper by trevor storey

While this would go against the inherent xenophobia present in most of the Sith Lords, I think Emperor Palpatine would make an exception for something this hardcore.

Artemis Sedt Shuttle by Pierre Raveneau
Artemis Sedt Shuttle by Pierre Raveneau

It is hard to imagine the semi-calm voice reminding us of deadlines and basic protocol when the shuttle like this.

The Return Of The Ambassador by Kelvin Liew
The Return Of The Ambassador by Kelvin Liew

I’m Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite Art Lords post on the Citadel.

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