1. comiccartography:

A Good, Good Walk
Emily Carroll
Through the Woods

    comiccartography:

    A Good, Good Walk

    Emily Carroll

    Through the Woods

  2. 
Emily Blunt in Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

    Emily Blunt in Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

    (Source: 1428-elm-street)

  3. 70sscifiart:

    Chris Foss concept art for the commercial towing spaceship Nostromo from the 1979 film Alien. The ship was designed last minute, and ended up looking very different from Foss’s concepts. The final picture here very similar to the concept art, and was used as the cover for this 1978 art book — it’s probably the closest we’ll get to a completed Chris Foss Nostromo.

    via Gavin Rothery

  4. theoldiebutgoodie:

    From Mann’s used car lot to Lions Dragstrip, the story of the Camuglia Nova in photos - See more at: http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2009/03/30/from-manns-used-car-lot-to-lions-dragstrip-the-story-of-the-camuglia-nova-in-photos/#sthash.mo70M3VB.dpuf

  5. Today is what would have been Stanley Kubrick’s 86th birthday. Kubrick’s films have had a profound effect on my life and direct influence on my appreciation of art. I remember in high school when I first discovered his films and there was nothing else like them. There was an immense sadness in me the day he died because it meant no more Stanley Kubrick films. He was the first film director where I could tell a conscious choice had been made in his handling of material and an artist truly committed presenting ideas in his chosen medium. Through his films I discovered other films that have meant many things to me. There’s very few things that I go back to from my younger years that have the same meaning but Kubrick’s films continue to hold weight for me in new ways. Happy birthday Stanley. Thank you for your work.

    Today is what would have been Stanley Kubrick’s 86th birthday. Kubrick’s films have had a profound effect on my life and direct influence on my appreciation of art. I remember in high school when I first discovered his films and there was nothing else like them. There was an immense sadness in me the day he died because it meant no more Stanley Kubrick films. He was the first film director where I could tell a conscious choice had been made in his handling of material and an artist truly committed presenting ideas in his chosen medium. Through his films I discovered other films that have meant many things to me. There’s very few things that I go back to from my younger years that have the same meaning but Kubrick’s films continue to hold weight for me in new ways. Happy birthday Stanley. Thank you for your work.

  6. coversdaily:

DETECTIVE COMICS #113

Art by Dick Sprang

    coversdaily:

    DETECTIVE COMICS #113

    Art by Dick Sprang

  7. benign-malignant:

Golden Age Batman and Robin versus Bane, by Dick Sprang and Graham Nolan with Danny Vozzo. From Batman: Dark Knight Gallery.

Dick Sprang draws Bane

    benign-malignant:

    Golden Age Batman and Robin versus Bane, by Dick Sprang and Graham Nolan with Danny Vozzo. From Batman: Dark Knight Gallery.

    Dick Sprang draws Bane

  8. thebristolboard:

Unused Batman cover by Dick Sprang, printed as the centerfold in The Amazing World of DC Comics #4, January 1975. 

    thebristolboard:

    Unused Batman cover by Dick Sprang, printed as the centerfold in The Amazing World of DC Comics #4, January 1975. 

  9. dirtyriver:

Dick Sprang remembers…
Detective Comics #572, March 1987, the fifty years anniversary issue.

I posted a black white version of this spread a long time ago. Glad to see a color version of it.

    dirtyriver:

    Dick Sprang remembers…

    Detective Comics #572, March 1987, the fifty years anniversary issue.

    I posted a black white version of this spread a long time ago. Glad to see a color version of it.

  10. facesofbatman:

How Batman does a crossword by Dick Sprang

    facesofbatman:

    How Batman does a crossword by Dick Sprang