September 20, 2017

 There's a de facto vision of other-worldly beings that we all know: the gangly, egg-shaped head, elongated arms, pencil-thin legs and those big black eyes. Instant alien. We saw them in Spielberg's Close Encounters and in thousands of images created by artists of this fanciful repeating vision. Why?

Oh, wait, one more thing: they're naked. No clothes. Who needs clothes on other planets? Waste of xoxxo-block...

September 8, 2017

Where Retro Meets Futurism

In 1928, Fritz Lang unleashed his masterwork, Metropolis, on an unsuspecting movie-going public. No one had had ever seen the spectacle of a beautiful female robot brought to life via the genius of a possessed inventor using glowing animated electrical rings pulsating up and down the length of her body. The spectacle of her first animate move, then gesturing towards a male visitor...

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