"Future Forms of Life" is a short, highly surreal, spectacular film by David Lance, based on Theo Jansen's kinetic sculptures - read our in-depth article Mesmerizing Kinetic Sculptures showing may more examples of this extreme art form.
"Greg Brotherton creates meticulously detailed sculpture, using steel, wood, glass, concrete and unusual found objects. Greatly inspired by the dystopian and political fiction of the early 20th century, his pieces emerge from Kafkaesque imagery around themes of escape and discovery. Brotherton’s vision is one of lonely isolation in a post-industrial world where one being, tinkering away with silent genius, could become the hope of the future." See the whole sculpture gallery here.
From the British periodical "War in the Air - Aerial Wonders of Our Time", 1936.
"Birth of a Giant: The R101 was, unlike R100, a product of state design and was built at the Royal Airship Works, Cardington. A huge hangar was constructed to house her, and here we see the gigantic, complex skeleton, with one gas-bag in place. Note the tanks, destined to contain heavy oil fuel for R101's five engines."
The World is MINE!
1866 Abandoned Mill, Sorrento, Italy
Il Vallone dei Mulini - "The Deep valley of the Mills":
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