Updates 2013-20

N.B. Please note around 2014, someone copied the whole contents of this blog for a blog named alienexplorationses.blogspot.com and also in 2015 , another person created https://alienexplorationss.blogspot.co.uk doing the same. Please take notice of the difference in the name.  I have no control of the other blogs and can not make any changes to their pages or ask their creators to delete them.


2020
 
September 


 
September 10th
a) Added an article about some elements of the making of the movie Brainstorm along with Stanislav Grof's assistance
 
September 7th 
a) Added some more text to Alien Resurrection: On the set of the Viper's Nest after having watched an E-Online program where some of Sigourney's words on the set could be heard. I liked the idea of recording something that was going on there. Meanwhile I moved some photos of the biomechanic landscape tiles from Designing The Viper's Pit to Into The Living Landscape - Creating the Viper's nest. 
I still find the scene to be very curious to think about, as if Stanislav Grof ought to have something to say about it
 

 
 
September 1st
 
 
 

August 

August 31st 
 
b) Tidied up and re-edited various pages linked from Prometheus: scriptwriter Damon Lindelof, 
 

August 21st

a) Added: HR Giger's Mordor IV references illustration from Linda C. Cain and Susan Rosenbaum's Blast Off (1973) by Leo and Diane Dillon.
b) Added: Illustration from Linda C. Cain and Susan Rosenbaum's "Blast Off" (1973) by Leo and Diane Dillon references 'Man-Ape' (1975) by Frank Frazetta ?
c) Added: HR Giger's Mordor IV (1975) references Frazetta's Man-Ape (1967)?
d) Updated: Man-Ape (1967) by Frank Frazetta

 


August 17th

a) Updated: Alien: Birthing The Chestburster including information about Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin And The Picaros



August 12th 

a) Added: Alien: Panel from The Eternals # 6 (December 1976) by Jack Kirby where a gun is transformed by the character Sersi into tentacles that wrap around a Deviant's face referenced in Giger's Face hugger design?
b) Added: Alien: Chestburster design references panel from The New gods #5 (October-November 1971) by Jack Kirby?



August 11th

a) Added Unused illustration for FNAC (2006) by Moebius references page from The Eternals #7 showing Gammenon the Celestial returning with his rod of "Life Seed" capsules which Jemian the Celestial analyzes in their hemispherical dome (January, 1977) by Jack Kirby? 
b) Added Unused illustration for FNAC (2006) by Moebius as an index page for illustrations dealing with the picture
c) Added: Unused illustration for FNAC (2006) by Moebius references photo of J G Ballard in 1969 or 1970: Issue #1 of Jannick Storm's J.G. Ballard newsletter, Limbo
d) Added: Alien Monster IV (1978) by HR Giger references Treasures of Satan (1895) by Jean Delville?




August 10th

a) Added a page for the Photograph of JG Ballard in 1969 or 1970 for Issue #1 of Jannick Storm's J.G. Ballard newsletter, Limbo linking all articles connecting with it
b) Added: Page from The Eternals #7 showing Gammenon the Celestial returning with his rod of "Life Seed" capsules which Jemian the Celestial analyzes in their hemispherical dome. (January, 1977) by Jack Kirby references photograph of JG Ballard taken by Jannick Storm?
c) Added Papillon de l’anti-matière (Série du Cosmos) - (1974) by Salvador Dali references photo of J G Ballard in 1969 or 1970 Issue #1 of Jannick Storm's J.G. Ballard newsletter, Limbo?
d) Added Storyboard for Alien featuring the alien beast ejected into space (1978) by Ridley Scott references photograph of JG Ballard in 1969 or 1970 for Issue #1 of Jannick Storm's J.G. Ballard newsletter, Limbo?
e) Added The Balrog from "A Middle-earth Album: Paintings" inspired by JRR Tolkien's Lord of the Rings (Published 1979) by Joan Wyatt references photo of J G Ballard in 1969 or 1970: Issue #1 of Jannick Storm's J.G. Ballard newsletter "Limbo" ?
f) Added: Photo of J G Ballard in 1969 or 1970: Issue #1 of Jannick Storm's J.G. Ballard newsletter, Limbo references Jean Delville's "Treasures of Satan" (1895)?
g) Added: Papillon de l’anti-matière (Série du Cosmos) - (1974) by Salvador Dali as an index page for articles dealing with the illustration by Dali
h) Added: Papillon de l’anti-matière (Série du Cosmos) - (1974) by Salvador Dali references he cover of Pink Panther and The Inspector #4 (Published Jan 1972) ? 
i) Added: Alien Monster IV. (work 408) (1978) by H.R. Giger references the cover of Pink Panther and The Inspector #4 (Published Jan 1972)



August 9th

a) Reorganised the Jack Kirby page with all the Kirby pictures that have a connection with this world of Alien in some way, often because of Giger's acknowledged his artwork, but it was a complete mess and I even found that references to Necronom IV and IX had been written instead of I and III which does worry me, but no one notices it and can tell me, and years later I discover the problem by myself. So now my idea is to have a page for each relevant picture by Kirby that acts as an index for all of these other little sections. (I would like to have something more to say about the Kirby/Giger connection which makes me think of the Ciba-Geigy pharmaceutical company which sent a human skull to Giger's father as a promotional item)
b) Added Alien Resurrection: Jean-Jacques Beineix was considered for director which is almost interesting although they seemed to be going to anyone in the French film industry at the time



August 8th

a) Added:  Page from  The Eternals #7 (January, 1977) by Jack Kirby showing Gammenon and Jemiah the Celestials in their Hemispherical dome as an index page for articles dealing with this pict
b) Added: Page from The Eternals #7 (January, 1977) by Jack Kirby references "A battery shelled" (1919) by Wyndham Lewis exploring one painting that seemed to have led to the illustration



August 6th

a) At this time, I'm trying to work out the events surrounding the swimming aliens of Alien Resurrection since the stories all seem to be mixed together that there were going to be swimming aliens and CGI was used. The development of the article has been going on for a while and my brain has been swimming around. I found my Cinefex 73 recently after I couldn't find it for a long while, perhaps because I didn't recognise it by the cover that has a Starship Trooper image on the front. The events at Blue Sky probably are hard to make interesting because most of the time these people do nothing but sit on their backsides working on computer generated models freaking out about the size of the megabytes of their files for this project, and there is their greatest concern is how they can merge their work with the with the real life footage. I would of course love to turn the series events into a Gibsonesque cyberpunk thriller about how the alien entered the matrix but it's not happening. See Alien Resurrection: Alien Beast CGI



August 4th 
a)  Added Alien-vs-Predator: Predalien hybrid concepts list after the file of concepts was posted at Movie Relics on Facebook on August 1st 2020. There is something to say about all these concepts indeed but I have to research these things more.


July

July 30th 

a) Added: July 30th Alien Resurrection - Xenomorph Scanning Maquette



July 15th 

a) Added: HR Giger: Alien Monster IV. (work 408) (1978) by H.R. Giger references page from The Eternals #7 (January, 1977) showing Gammenon and Jemiah the Celestials in their Hemispherical dome, by Jack Kirby ?



July 13th 

a) Added: Page from The Eternals vol1 #9 (Published Mar 1977) by Jack Kirby featuring Eson the Celestial references "Young Virgin Spanking the Infant Jesus In Front of Three Witnesses" (1926) by Max Ernst?



July 12th

a)  Added: Illustration of the Celestial Arishem, leader of the fourth host from The Eternals vol 1 #2 (August 1976) Jack Kirby references HR Giger's Passage Temple (Life) (work 261) (1974) 
b)  Added: HR Giger: Life cycle hieroglyphics (work 384) (1978) by HR Giger references Illustration of the Celestial Arishem, leader of the fourth host from The Eternals vol 1 #2 (August 1976) by Jack Kirby (approx 1972-1973) 
c) Added: Alien: Egg Silo Interior (work 386) (1978) by HR Giger references the page from The Eternals vol1 #9 (Published Mar 1977) by Jack Kirby featuring Eson the Celestial?
d) Added separate page for HR Giger's Egg Silo Interior version I (work 386) references a Chris Foss derelict?


July 8th  

a) Added: Marvel Alien art by David Finch (2020) references "Triumph of the Sphinx" (1966) by Ernst Fuchs?



June


June 30th 

a) Added Page from Fantastic Four #85 (Published April 1969) featuring Doctor Doom, by Jack Kirby references Resurrection of Christ?
b) Added Page from Fantastic Four #85 (Published April 1969) featuring Doctor Doom , by Jack Kirby, references The Weaning of Furniture Nutrition (1934) by Salvador Dali? 
c) Added Page from Fantastic Four #85 (Published April 1969) featuring Doctor Doom, by Jack Kirby as an index page dealing articles about the page

c) Added Biomechanic Metempsychosis (work 431) (1980) by HR Giger as a page to for all articles dealing with the painting
d) Added Biomechanic Metempsychosis (work 431) (1980) by HR Giger references a panel from Fantastic Four #85 (Published April 1969) by Jack Kirby?


June 27th

a) Added Men In Black: Concept drawing of Jeebs by Ricardo Delgado for the movie Men In Black released in 1997, exploring the idea of it referencing The Umbrellas (1886) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, HR Giger's Passage Temple Entrance (1975) and the Sky Demon from Jack Kirby's Devil Dinosaur comic book story (April 1978)
b) Added: HR Giger: Passage Temple Entrance (1975) references The Umbrellas (1886) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir?
c) Added: Jack Kirby's drawing of sky demon for Devil Dinosaur (1978) references details from Giger's Passage Temple Entrance (1975)?
d) Added: Concept drawing of Jeebs by Ricardo Delgado for the movie Men In Black (film released in 1997) references The Umbrellas (1886) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir?
e) Added: Concept drawing of Jeebs by Ricardo Delgado for the movie Men In Black (film released in 1997) references HR Giger's Passage Temple Entrance (work 262) (1975) ?


June 22nd

a) I rewrote/re-edited parts of Alien: The robot head speaks. What I had written before was hastily slapped down with the hope that something else would come to the surface, and I had a go at editing/reorganising what was there. That whole thing is rather difficult to do to say the least, or perhaps I had finally been able to take another step around the walls of perception with this one. What we seemed to have are bits and pieces from Ridley Scott and Veronica Cartwright along with a script re-edit and Alan Dean Foster's novel that was based on an Alien script, but the whole matter is rather blurred, and bits from the Alien laserdisc essay. The page doesn't have much going visually because well nothing that's said by robot seems to be easily illustrated and I can imagine people looking at this long page full of text and getting lost very easily.
b) With that I've re-edited Alien: Industrial Paranoia, and this generally overlaps with The Robot Head speaks


June 7th

a) Added: HR Giger: Illustration from Linda C. Cain and Susan Rosenbaum's "Blast Off" (1973) by Leo and Diane Dillon referenced in Mordor XII (1976)?
b) Added: Illustration from Linda C. Cain and Susan Rosenbaum's "Blast Off" (1973) by Leo and Diane Dillon references Francis Bacon's Study for a Bullfight no. 1 (1969) ?
c) Added: HR Giger: Mordor XII (1976) references Francis Bacon's Study For A Bullfight no.1 (1969)?  
d) Added: Francis Bacon's Study For A Bullfight no.1 (1969) as an index page for articles relating to that painting


May 
May 31st 2020

a) Updated Alien Covenant: David the android as a Barry Lyndon?


May 29th 2020

a) Updated Alien: Covenant - Hall of Heads with words from Ev Shipard about the matter from the Studio Yutani interview.

May 24th 2020

a) Added: Alien: Sex in space. Yes, well I saw that Studio Yutani was doing a recorded discussion on the matter for the first one and I should have something about the subject of the first Alien movie but I didn't that collected bits and pieces together.
b) Added: Alien: Resurrection: Sex In Space

May 18th 2020

a) Added: Early Alien storyboard A-52 for a Nostromo explorer examining the space jockey references "Demons tormenting St. Anthony" (1520) Niklaus Manuel Deutsch
 as an index page for the painting.

May 13th 2020

a) Added index page for Jigg's Jigsaw Puzzle (featuring characters from the TV series Jigsaw) ( Radio Times 19-25th September 1981) illustrated by Ellis Nadler
b) Added Jigg's Jigsaw Puzzle (featuring characters from the TV series Jigsaw) ( Radio Times 19-25th September 1981) references Demons tormenting St. Anthony (1520) by Niklaus Manuel Deutsch
c) Added Untitled ship by Jean Giraud/ Moebius references Jigg's Jigsaw Puzzle (featuring characters from the TV series Jigsaw from Radio Times 19-25th September 1981)

May 9th 2020

a) Added HR Giger: New York City XX "Ein Stadt Sucht einen Mördor" (1981) references Jigg's Jigsaw Puzzle ( Radio Times 19-25th September 1981) illustrated by Ellis Nadler?
b) Added an index page for HR Giger's New York City XX "Ein Stadt Sucht einen Mördor" (work 470) (1981)

April

April 28th 2020

a) Added HR Giger: N.Y. City XXII (work472) (1981)
b) Added HR Giger: N.Y. City XXII (work472) (1981) references photo from The Radio Times for 14th to 20th October 1972 of Rolls Royce chief David Plastow? 
c) Added HR Giger: N.Y. City XXII (work 472) (1981) references The Tucana singers - Battlestar Galactica concept art by Ralph McQuarrie
d) Added HR Giger: N.Y. City XXII (work472) (1981) references photo of Boney M
e) Added a separate page for HR Giger: Biomechanical Landscape I (1984-1986) (work 583) references Fire Engines Scene from #16 of The Eternals
f) Added a separate page for HR Giger: Biomechanical Landscape I (1984-1986) (work 583) references Giedi Prime from David Lynch's Dune


April 26th 2020
 
a) Added HR Giger: Erotomechanics VIII, work 423 (1979) references concept art showing Cylon Raiders attacking a colonial Battlestar for Battlestar Galactica (Series released 1978) by Ralph McQuarrie

April 21st 2020
 
a) Updated Carlos Huante's War of the Worlds Shwa Babyhead with another illustration by the artist

April 19th 2020

a) Added: Alien Resurrection: Oiling the alien to death
b) Added: Alien Resurrection: Alien beast CGI

April 18th 2020

a) Added Alien: Early storyboard of the closeup of the Space jockey head (1978) by Ridley Scott for Alien as an index page for that storyboard
b) Added Alien: Early storyboard of the closeup of the Space jockey head (1978) by Ridley Scott for Alien references Bauhaus exhibition poster for 1923 by Joost Schmidt ? 
c) Added Alien: Early storyboard for Alien featuring two computers  (1978) by Ridley Scott

April 16th 2020

a) Added: HR Giger: Alien Monster II (work 407) (1978) references 'Of the animals I saw, I could write volumes' Illustration for HP Lovecraft's "Shadows out of time" for Astounding Stories (Published June 1936) by Howard V. Brown?

April 12th 2020

a) Added: Alien: Yaphet Kotto's work with Alien foretold in a dream! featuring his early mysterious alien encounters. 

 
April 9th 2020

a) Updated: Alien: Building the Refinery by breaking all the sections into separate pages using this one as the index. I added an 'illustration' for moment when Ridley takes hammer and chisel to the refinery towers, based on an idea mentioned by Martin Bower

April 8th 2020

a) Added: Cover of The Pink Panther #13 comic book (July 1973) references Resurrection of Christ by Master Francke (1430)?
b) Added: Alien: Storyboard of skeleton in the rock (1978) by Ridley Scott for Alien
c) Added: Alien: Storyboard of Space Jockey skeleton embedded in the rock by Ridley Scott references Resurrection of Christ (1424) by Master Franke? 
d) Added: Alien: Storyboard of Space Jockey skeleton embedded in the rock by Ridley Scott references "Saturn devouring his son" (1819–1823) by Francisco Goya? 
e) Added: "Saturn devouring his son" (1819–1823) by Francisco Goya references "Resurrection of Christ" (1424) by Master Franke?


April 4th 2020

a) Re-edited Alien: Dan O'Bannon's admiration for Lovecraft
b) Re-edited Guillermo Del Toro talks about Lovecraft's influence on Alien and broke it down into sections with different pages. (I have to say that I've never been happy with the way that I write these articles because there's always these jumbled up odd twists and turns in understanding what's being said and it might take years to just really have it all in near enough full perspective. I should say that if Mr Del Toro had somehow read my article and didn't like it. My further explorations into the subject might even be more awful to read even if it did make much more sense)


April 3rd 2020

a) Updated Alien: Brian Johnson comes aboard to make it a little bit more coherent and add details from other interviews

April 2nd 2020

a) Updated Alien: Brian Johnson comes aboard
b) Re-edited and rewrote parts of Guillermo Del Toro & Lovecraft's influence on Alien

April 1st 2020

a) Posted: Alien: Brian Johnson comes aboard
b) Updated: Alien: Escher etched on the brain of Brian Johnson
c) Added an index page for Brian Johnson dealing with articles connecting with him


March

March 30th 2020

a) Posted: Radio Times photo for the TV series Dad's Army on the 15th November 1974 references Master Francke's Resurrection of Christ (1430)?
b) Posted: Alien: Storyboard of Space Jockey skeleton embedded in the rock by Ridley Scott (1978) Ridley Scott references Dad's Army photo from The Radio Times
c) Posted: Alien: Storyboard of Space Jockey skeleton embedded in the rock by Ridley Scott references Resurrection of Christ (1424) by Master Franke? 
d) Posted an index page for: Alien: Storyboard of Space Jockey skeleton embedded in the rock by Ridley Scott
e) Posted an index page for: Resurrection of Christ (1430) by Master Francke

March 26th 2020

a) Posted HR Giger: A. Crowley (The Beast 666) references a photo of former prisoners of the Buchenwald Nazi concentration camp from 1945

March 23rd 2020

a) Posted: Alien: Egg Silo (work 378) for Alien (1978) HR Giger references The Nativity by Guido da Siena (1270)
b) Posted: Alien: Early storyboard with Derelict Exterior by Ridley Scott for Alien references The Nativity (1270s) by Guido da Siena?

March 20th 2020

a) Posted: Aliens: Large-scale Derelict Ship set piece from Aliens?

March 18th 2020

a) Posted: Alien: Early storyboard of spacejockey/outsized pilot seen from behind by Ridley Scott references " Hitler Masturbating" (1973) by Salvador Dali?


March 15th 2020

a) Posted HR Giger: Atom Kinder (Work 069) (1967/1968) by HR Giger references Danza Macabra Europa 14 (1915) by Alberto Martini?

March 10th 2020

a) Posted The Alien Pilot from The Thing (2011) (by Farzad Vrahramyan?) references Dren concept art (2000 - for the movie Splice released in 2009) by Vincenzo Natali?

March 8th 2020

a) posted Alien: Development by way of the Pink Panther movies?


February

 
February 28th 2020

a) I created a separate page for the early illustration for the biomechanoid suit by Patrick Tatopoulos for "Independence Day" (1996)

February 27th 2020

a) Earlier drawing of the Independence Day/ID4 alien suit drawing by Patrick Tatopoulos references "Oro lindo, Le Peuple de la danse" (1993) from the Rumba portfolio, by Moebius?

February 11th 2020


a) Added: Alien: HR Giger's Life Cycle Hieroglyphics (work 384) (1978) references poster for the movie The Pink Panther Strikes Again (released 15th December 1976 (US)) directed by Blake Edwards?
b) Created a separate page for: Alien: HR Giger's Life Cycle Hieroglyphics: Mythologist Will Linn's comments

February 10th 2020


a) Added "Alien: Moebius' outsized pilot/space jockey (1978) references cartoon from "Plop!" magazine?"

b) Corrected the 2019s that should be 2020 on this page




January




January 10th 2020

a) Added: Cover of The Pink Panther #33 (April 1976) references "L'Acier travaille" (1927) by Frantisek Kupka?

b) Added a separate page for Updates for 2018
c) Added: HR Giger's Necronom V (1976) references Mark Rothko's Gethsemane (1944)
d) Added: Necronom V (1976) by HR Giger references alias Big Timer in The Inspector #8 (March 1976)


January 9th 2020

a) Added: A page for The Pink Panther #33 (April 1976) as an index page for all articles dealing with the image.
b) Added: A separate page for Cover of Pink Panther #33 references Egyptian Mummification Ritual image
c) Added: Cover of the Pink Panther #33 comic referenced in Necronom V (1976) by HR Giger??
d) Added: Cover of the Pink Panther comic #33 referenced in early Ridleygram of the Outsized pilot (1978) for Alien by Ridley Scott?
e) Added: Early Ridleygram showing the sideview of the Space Jockey (1978) by Ridley Scott for Alien references Frantisek Kupka's L'Acier Travaille (1927)


January 8th 2020

a) Added: Alien: Early Ridleygram of the Space Jockey (1978) by Ridley Scott for Alien references Mark Rothko's Gethsemane (1944)?
b) Added: Alien: Evolution of Early Ridleygram of the side view of the Space Jockey (1978) by Ridley Scott references cover of The Pink Panther #33 (January 1976)
c) Added: Alien: Evolution of Space Jockey ridleygram and publicity image with James Burke for The Burke Special in The Radio Times, (19th July 1973)?
d) Added: Alien: Early Ridleygram showing the sideview of the Space Jockey (1978) by Ridley Scott for Alien


January 1st 2020

a) Added: Alien: Early Ridleygram of the rear of the space jockey seat (1978) for Alien by Ridley Scott as an index for anything to do with this Ridleygram.
b) Added: Alien: Evolution of Early Ridleygram of the rear of the space jockey seat (1978) for Alien by Ridley Scott via  Dali's "Dream Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate" and Plop! comic #13?
c) Added: Alien: Evolution of Early Ridleygram of the rear of the space jockey seat (1978) for Alien by Ridley Scott via Dali's Autumnal Cannibalism and illustration publicising the Grand Prix movie in Radio Times from 1974?
d) Updated : Alien: Early Ridleygram of Derelict Entrance with information comparing the Ridleygram to Mark Rothko's painting Gethsemane
e) Added: The cover of Plop! comic #13 (featuring Multiple Mouth McCardy on the cover) (published June 1975) references Salvador Dali's "Dream Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate" (1940)?



2019

December


December 23rd 2019


a) Added: Alien: Early Ridleygram of derelict ship references Chris Foss' Emperor's Palace for Dune? 
b) Added: Alien: Evolution of the early Ridleygram for the derelict exterior via the cover of The Pink Panther #22 (Oct 1974) and Chris Foss' Emperor's Palace for Dune 
c) Added: Jodorowsky's Dune: Chris Foss' Emperor's Palace for Dune references cover of The Pink Panther #22?


December 22nd 2019

a) Added Alien: Early Ridleygram for Alien of the explorers approaching the derelict ship (1978) by Ridley Scott references the cover of The Pink Panther #22 (Published Oct 1974)


December 21st 2019

a) Updated: Alien: Early Ridleygram for the derelict exterior
with comparisons to a spacecraft from the Valerian and Laureline comic book stories.
b) Updated: Alien: Early Ridleygram and early Moebius drawing of the derelict ship exterior closeup


December 20th 2019

a) Added: Alien: Early Ridleygram for the derelict exterior
b) Added: Alien: Early Ridleygram for astronaut climbing the side of the egg silo

December 19th 2019

a) Updated: Alien: Ridleygram showing the underside of the facehugger from Kane's view in Alien
with a comparison to a Radio Times advert

December 15th 2019

a) Developed the page for the HR Giger's painting ZDF (work 433) (1980) painting creating separate pages for HR Giger's ZDF (work 433) (1980) references the Betty Hill star map via both the "Dogman in Doktor Oktorpus Nonplussed"  (1976) written by Bill Fisher and drawn by Hunt Emerson and Drax's Space Station for Moonraker via Peter Till's radio times illustration for The Risk Business? and HR Giger's ZDF (work 433) (1980) references ceiling decorations from Temple of Hathor in Egypt via the cover of Tomita- Bolero?  etc.
 

December  9th 2019

a) Added: HR Giger's ZDF References the Bauhaus exhibition poster for 1923 by Joost Schmidt via the cover of the Radio Times 17th-23rd October 1964?



December 7th 2019

a) Added: Radio Times illustration for West Coast Story from 29 November 1979 references "Daddy Longlegs of the evening - Hope!" by Salvador Dali?



December 5th 2019

a) Added: Alien: Ridleygram of Pedalo for Alien references the cover of "The Inspector" #10 (July 1976)?

b) Added: Alien: Development of Moebius' outsized pilot via Ridley Scott's pedalo Ridleygram for Alien, the Pink Panther comic book cover and the Betty Hill star map?

December 2nd 2019

a) Added: Panel from the Adventures of Tintin and the Flight 714 by Hergé references the Betty Hill star map (1964)?
b) Added: ZDF (work 433) (1980) by HR Giger references illustration by Peter Till for the Risk Business (For Wednesday, 24th October, 1979, in the Radio Times)
c) Added: Cover art for MAD magazine (UK edition) (Published July 1982) by Harry North Esq.
d) Added: Cover of MAD magazine #242 (UK Edition, 1982) references the cover of "The Inspector" #10 (July 1976) ?
e) Added: Cover of MAD magazine #242 (UK Edition, 1982) references "Centre of the tombe" (1977) by Chris Foss for Alien?
f)Added: Cover of MAD magazine #242 (UK Edition, 1982) references Giger's ZDF (1980)?
g)Added: Cover of MAD magazine #242 (UK Edition, 1982) references the Betty Hill star map (1964)?




December 1st 2019

a) Added: Drax space station illustration for Moonraker by Ken Adams references The The Betty Hill star map? 
b) Added: Drax Space Station by Ken Adam for Moonraker (film released 1979) references Bernard Villemot's poster for "Bruxelles Avril 1958 Octobre"?
 


 
November

November 30th 2019

i) Added: ZDF by HR Giger references ceiling of the Hypostyle Hall of the Temple of Hathor in Dendera?
This might be quite interesting in view of the way that Giger had combined elements from different mythical or mythological star maps as well as some things that referenced a couple of these star maps, especially the Betty Hill star map although the Temple of Hathor star map connection with  Tomita - Bolero album is very interesting too.
ii) Updated: HR Giger's ZDF references artwork cover for Tomita - Bolero ?
iii) Added: Cover artwork for Tomita - Bolero (1980) references ceiling of Hypostyle Hall at the temple of Hathor in Dendera ?
iv) Added: an index page for the cover artwork for Tomita - Bolero (released 1980) by Barron Storey 
v) Added: illustration by Peter Till for the Risk Business (For Wednesday, 24th October, 1979, in the Radio Times) references the Drax space station illustration by Ken Adam for Moonraker? 
vi) Added illustration by Peter Till for the Risk Business (For Wednesday, 24th October, 1979, in the Radio Times) as an index page for articles relating to the illustration
vii) Added index page for Drax Space Station illustration by Ken Adam for Moonraker (film released 1979)

November 27th 2019

i) Added: HR Giger's ZDF (work 433) (1980) references panel from page 28 of Dennis Gifford's Ally Sloper #1, "Dogman in Doktor Oktorpus Nonplussed" (1976) written by Bill Fisher and drawn by Hunt Emerson?
ii) Added: HR Giger's ZDF (work 433) (1980) references the Betty Hill star map?
iii) Added: "Centre of the tombe" for Alien by Chris Foss (1977) references the Betty Hill star map and the cover of the Inspector comic book #10?


November 24th 2019

i) Added Early concept sketch of Dren (2000) for Splice (2009) references "Wir Kleigen in kreisen" ("We complain in circles") (1937) by Sergei Eisenstein?
ii) Added: "Wir Klagen in Kreiser"(1937) by Sergei Eisenstein referenced in "Daddy Longlegs of the evening - Hope!" (1940) by Salvador Dali?


November 23rd 2019

i) Added: Salvador Dali's Autumnal Cannibalism (1936) references Sergei Eisenstein' Egotism (1934)?
ii) Added: "Vierge s'introduisant un cierge devant un dévot agenouillé, ce dernier goûtant aux délices de l'hymen" (1940s?) by Sergei Eisenstein referenced in Salvador Dali's Portrait of Picasso (1947)?  
iii) Added: The cover of The Pink Panther #16 (1973) references Autumnal Cannibalism(1936) by Salvador Dali ?
iv) Added: Splice: Evolution of Vincenzo Natali's early mutant concept (2000) for Splice (2009) via Eiseinstein's Egotism, Dali's Autumnal Cannibalism, and Pink Panther #16?
v) Added: Splice: Evolution of Vincenzo Natali's early mutant concept drawing (2000) for Splice (2009) via "Vierge s'introduisant un cierge devant un dévot agenouillé, ce dernier goûtant aux délices de l'hymen" (1940s?) by Sergei Eisenstein , Dali's Portrait of Picasso (1947) and the cover of Pink Panther #21?
vi) Added: Splice: Vincenzo Natali's early mutant drawing (2000) for Splice (2009)
vii) Added: Cover of The Pink Panther #21 (September 1974) references Dali's Portrait of Picasso (1947)?



19 November 19th 2019

i) Added a page for Guillermo Del Toro's Shape of Water


November 18th 2019

i) Added: Shape of Water: Water tank concept art by Guillermo Del Toro references HR Giger's Necronom IIIa ?
ii) Added: Shape of Water: Water tank concept art by Guillermo Del Toro references the cover for Pink Panther #21 (September 1974)?

iii) Added: Shape of Water: Water tank concept art by Guillermo Del Toro as an index page for anything relating to that piece of concept art. I might as well as feel as if I had one of my mental tip-offs that Guillermo was involved in this Pink Panther conspiracy that I am imagining.

November 17th 2019

i) Added Splice: Early mutant concept drawing (2000) by Vincenzo Natali looking at various things that it seemed to have referenced. This deal with it's possible connection with Salvador Dali's Woman With Head of Roses along with Sergei Eisenstein's "Quand-Même" and the cover of The Pink Panther and the Inspector #19 (1974). The latter two are both in my opinion reintepretations of Dali's painting. Once I had published the realisations about the drawing, Dali and Eisenstein, I had a realisation about how the Pink Panther illustration came into it.

November 15th 2019

i) Updated page regarding realisations about and creative uses of the idea of formation on Mars known as The Face On Mars

November 13th 2019

i) Added Total Recall: Face on Mars represented in the script


November 12th 2019

i) Added: Cover of The Pink Panther and the Inspector #4 comic book references Wifredo Lam's Femme-Cheval (1948)? 



November 11th 2019

i) Added: The Pink Panther and The Inspector #3 references Soft Self-Portrait with Fried Bacon (1941) by Salvador Dali and poster for Bauhaus exhibition from 1923?
ii) Added Blade Runner: Replicants Blade Runner: The City
and Blade Runner: Off-world colonies as nothing more than starting off points for the subjects that they cover 



November 4th 2019

i) Added: Alien 3: Gillis and Woodruff get the job
ii) Added: Alien 3: Gillis and Woodruff see signs of Fincher's fighting spirit
iii) Added: Aliens: Creature in the Hive Wall 
iv) Updated: Alien: Origins of Weylan-Yutani


November 3rd 2019

i) Added The Pink Panther and The Inspector #1 (April 1971) references "The painters room" by EL Kirchner (1929)?
ii) Added: The Pink Panther and The Inspector #2 (July 1971) references poster for the 15th July 1923 Bauhaus exhibition at the Weimar gallery (1923) by Joost Schmidt?
iii) Added: Guild cargo ship by Chris Foss for Alejandro Jodorowsky's Dune (1975) as an index page for anything relating to that spaceship drawing
iv) Added: Poster for the Bauhaus Austellung Weimar 1923 by Joost Schmidt as an index page for  this poster
v) Added: Mordor IV (1975) by HR Giger references the cover of The Pink Panther and The Inspector #26 (Published May 1975 by Gold Key)?  

November 2nd 2019

i) Added: The Pink Panther Comic Book Trail


November 1st 2019

i) Added: Spare time Alien art by Michael Broom



October

October 26th 2019

i) Added Splice: Dren concept sketch by Vincenzo Natali for Splice (2000?) references Untitled by Sergei Eisenstein (7th April 1931) ?
ii) Added: Early concept art for Splice showing Dren (2000?) by Vincenzo Natali references Salvador Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!'" (1940)?


October 17th 2019

i) Added Cover of Pink Panther and The Inspector #26 references Salvador Dali's Daddy Longlegs of the Evening Hope?" was posted on 17th October 2019


October 15th 2019

i) Added Splice: Early concept drawing of Dren (2000?) by Vincenzo Natali references The Great masturbator (1929) by Salvador Dali? 
ii) Added  Splice: Early concept art for Dren by Vincenzo Natali references the cover of Pink Panther #2 (Published 1st July 1971 by Gold Key)
iii) Added The cover of Pink Panther #2 (Published 1st July 1971 by Gold Key) references Salvador Dali's The Great Masturbator (1929) ? 
iv) Added Splice: Early concept art for Dren by Vincenzo Natali
v) Added Splice: Early concept art for Dren by Vincenzo Natali references the cover of Pink Panther #26


October 19th 2019  


i) Updated: Alien: S.T. Joshi on Lovecraft's influence on Alien, after his contribution to the documentary Memory: The Origins of Alien.

October 13th 2019

i) Added a separate page for: Alien: Hand puppet created by Roger Dicken based on HR Giger's early chestburster design now separate from Alien: HR Giger's chestburster concept


October 8th 2019


i) Added: A page for Cover of "TV Century 21" #80 (20th July, 1966) featuring The Hood from Thunderbirds
ii) Added: Baron Harkonnen illustration for Alexandro Jodorowsky's Dune project (1975) by Moebius references a photo of the villainous Hood from Thunderbirds on the cover of TV21 #80 from July 1966?


October 7th 2019

i) Added: HR Giger: Thunderbirds photo from cover of TV21 (20th July, 1966) is referenced in Mordor V?


October 6th 2019


i) Added: Cover of The Pink Panther And The Inspector #15 (Published Oct 1973 by Gold Key) references The Betrothal Of Two Classic Edifices (1943) by James Gleeson
ii) Added: HR Giger's Mordor V references the cover of The Pink Panther & The Inspector # 15



October 5th 2019

i) Added: Jack Kirby: Panel from Marvel Comic's The Eternals #8 (February 1977) showing the Deviant City
ii) Added: Jack Kirby: Panel from Marvel Comic's The Eternals #8 (February 1977) showing the Deviant City references The Betrothal of Two Classic Edifices (1943) by James Gleeson ?
iii) Added: Jack Kirby: Panel from Marvel Comic's The Eternals #8 (February 1977) showing the Deviant City references Perseus (1888) by Edward Burne-Jones 
iv) Added: Jack Kirby: Panel from Marvel Comic's The Eternals #8 (February 1977) references the cover of Pink Panther And The Inspector #15


October 1st 2019

i) Added: Jack Kirby: Panel showing The Deviant City from Marvel Comic's The Eternals (February 1977) references HR Giger's Mordor V (work 281) (1975)?


September

September 24th 2019

i) Added: HR Giger: Necronom II references "Deposition from the Cross" (1600-1604) by Caravaggio ?
ii) Added: Moebius : Starwatcher drawing (1987) references Deposition from the Cross (1600-1604) by Caravaggio? 
iii) Added: index page for the painting "Deposition from the Cross" (1600-1604) by Caravaggio ?



September 15th 2019


i) I've updated "Alien: The galactic map of "Alien"" a little. Some added information at the end based on a glimpse of the Memory script from the Memory documentary, showing the names of a few different star names before Dan settled on Zeta II Reticuli and it became the final one.

September 10th 2019

i) Added: Alien: Previews across America 


August
August 23rd 2019

i) Added: HR Giger's Necronom IV (1976) referenced in Moebius' illustration for the Temps Futurs catalogue from 1976?
ii) Added: HR Giger's Necronom IV (1976) referenced Francisco Goya's "Saturn Devouring His Son"?
 


August 19th 2019


i) Added: Illustration of the Arzach character on the cover of Temps Futurs (1976) by Moebius references "Saturn devouring his son" (1819–1823) by Francisco Goya ?

ii) Added page for: Illustration of the Arzach character on the cover of Temps Futurs (1976) by Moebius?
iii) Added: Alien: Alien beast attributed to Dan O'Bannon (1977?) references Temps Futurs cover illustration (1976) by Moebius?
iv) Added a page for Alien: Alien beast attributed to Dan O'Bannon (1976/1977?) I suppose this is leading towards a general exploration of the evolution of the design that ended up in Ron Cobb's alien monster painting, because there were some interesting turns and I suppose eventually there was another leap involving this art much later. It can be surprising to say the least to experience these connections suddenly being made. No, I haven't been smoking anything. Indeed, perhaps this lattice work of connections can be too much at times.
v) Added: Alien: Alien beast attributed to Dan O'Bannon references Three Figures and Portrait by Francis Bacon (1975)?
vi) Added: Three Figures and Portrait (1975) by Francis Bacon references "After the Bath, Woman Drying Herself" (c.1890-95) By Edgar Degas?


August 4th 2019

i) Added: Unnamed illustration by Kei Kobayashi, contributed to the Gainax's Online event SF100k (hyakkei) (2010) references "Judith Beheading Holofernes",(1611-1612) by Artemisia Gentileschi?
ii) Added: Unnamed illustration by Kei Kobayashi, contributed to the Gainax's Online event SF100k (hyakkei) (2010) references "John Carter et Geronimo Martinez luttent pour le son parfait " from Moebius' the Rumbas portfolio?



July

July 29th 2019

i) Added Erotomechanics VIII, work 423 (1979) by HR Giger references illustration for The Royal International Horse Show (for 19th July 1978 in The Radio Times) by Richard Draper?

July 26th 2019

i) Added  Alien: HR Giger's chestburster concept references "World of Sport" photos from TV Times, july 1969?
ii) Added Alien: HR Giger's Alien II chestbursters (1978) ( work 368) concept art references Francis Bacon Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion c.1944?




July 25th 2019

i) Added: Alien: Terry Rawlings comes aboard to edit (Well, news yesterday about Rutger Hauer having died on the 19th of July have come through, and perhaps I am should be thinking about Terry who died earlier this year)

July 19th 2019

i) Added Ridleygrams: scene 124 : Early visualisation for Brett's Death. (a) based on Ridley's early storyboards
ii) Added  Ridleygrams: scene 124 : Early visualisation for Brett's Death. (b) based on a couple of pages of notes presented in Rinzler's Making of Alien 
iii) Added Alien: Ridleygrams: Page 76: scenes 148.a Extra scene.iv) Added another illustration by Vincenzo Natali to to Vincenzo Natali and Alien

v) Updated Design of the derelict by Chris Foss now that I've got some newer scans of the images and the numbers at the bottom can be seen to make sense.

July 16th 2019
i) See: Alien Covenant: Brief note: David the android as a Barry Lyndon?


July 11th 2019

i) Alien: Brett's death scene references The Adventures of Tintin and The Cigars of the Pharaoh by Hergé as published in La Petit Vingtieme #4, January 1933 ?

ii) Updated Alien: The Development of Alien by way of Tintin?

July 10th 2019

i) Alien: "Waldo-like" repair vehicle by Chris Foss references panels from a page from Les Adventures de Tintin: Les Cigars du Pharaon published in Le Petit Vingtième no.4, p9, January 1933, by Hergé?

July 8th 2019

i) Added: Unnamed illustration contributed to the Gainax's Online event SF100k (hyakkei) (2010) by 小林系/Kei Kobayashi referenced in unnamed drawing by Moebius (2010?)
ii) Added: Unnamed illustration contributed to the Gainax's Online event SF100k (hyakkei) (2010) by Kei Kobayashi



July 7th 2019

i) Added Aliens: Alien Queen Head by CT Thorne as an index page for the picture

July 6th 2019

i) Added: Aliens: Alien queen head drawing by C T Thorne references "Roarin Rodney Roadrunner" cover illustration for Plop #15 (August 1975) by Wally Wood?
ii) Added: Aliens: Alien Queen concept drawing by C.T. Thorne references "Jesus among the Doctors" (1506) by Albrecht Dürer?
iii) Added: Roarin Rodney Roadrunner" cover illustration for Plop #15 (August 1975) by Wally Wood references "Jesus among the Doctors" (1506) by Albrecht Dürer
iv) Added: "Jesus among the Doctors" (1506) by Albrecht Dürer  as an index page for anything to do with the painting itself
v) Added: "Roarin Rodney Roadrunner" cover illustration for Plop #15 (August 1975) by Wally Wood as an index page for anything to do with the illustration itself



July 3rd 2019

i) Added:  HR Giger discovers the airbrush after reading the interview with Kaleidoscope magazine


June 27th 2019

i) Added: Aliens: Alien Queen concept drawing by Stan Winston references The Witches Route (from around 1520) by Marcantonio Raimondi and Agostino Veneziano?
ii) Added: Aliens: Alien Queen with eggsack concept illustration by Jim Cameron references "The Witches Route" (from around 1520) by Marcantonio Raimondi and Agostino Veneziano?
iii) Added: Alien Covenant: Domed citadel references "Satan presiding at the Infernal Council" (1824) by John Martin?

 

June 24th 2019
 
iii) Added: Aliens: Jim Cameron's Alien Queen side view concept drawing as a page for this certain drawing.


June 23rd 2019

i) Added Aliens: Jim Cameron's Alien queen egg layer concept art references The Temptation of St Anthony (1946) by Salvador Dali?

June 21st 2019 

i) Added HR Giger's Mordor III (work 279) (1975) references Sea Monkeys illustration (as published in May 1971) by Joe Orlando ?

ii) Added an index page for HR Giger's Mordor III (work 279) (1975)


June 20th 2019

i) Added Aliens: storyboard showing Ripley and Newt first encountering the Alien Queen references Rothko's Gesthemane (1944)?
ii) Added an index page for articles connection with Mark Rothko's Gesthemane (1944) 
iii) Added Aliens: storyboard showing Ripley and Newt first encountering the Alien Queen references "Atavistic ruins after the rain" (1934) by Salvador Dali?
iv) Added index page for articles connecting with Salvador Dali's The Painter's Eye (1942)
v) Added Aliens: storyboard showing Ripley and Newt first encountering the Alien Queen references Salvador Dali's The Painter's Eye (1942)? 



June 19th 2019

i) Added Aliens :storyboard showing Ripley and Newt first encountering the Alien Queen


June 15th 2019

i) Updated Alien: Memory Surfaces



June 8th 2019


i) Added The Tourist VIII: Two aquatic aliens by HR Giger (work 496) references photograph of Argentina World Cup poster from The Radio Times for 31st May 1978?
ii) Updated my article about HR Giger's Stillbirth Machine III painting to include discussion about it being a homage to David Lynch and his film Eraserhead which Giger saw in 1977


May

May 27th 2019


i) Added more photos to The Unravelling of Ash, all of which you will have seen before if you have seen the contents of the origina Alien blu-ray

May 25th 2019

i) Updated Alien: Ridley receives the alien script with information from a Hollywood Reporter interview
ii) Updated Prometheus: "Deacon Blues" and the blue Deacon with information from a Hollywood Reporter interview
iii) 

May 21st 2019

i) Added: Alien: Nostromo's infirmary references Ralph McQuarrie's Death Star Corridor painting? which used to be a part of the page Alien: Outside the Medical Bay and has now been separated

May 18th 2019

i) Added a comment to Alien: The Garage - "Treasure Room" - Temple Environment about the use of the machines in the garage, how they probably were useless for the fulm but the producers wanted to keep them in as the crew's gear


May 16th 2019

i) Added another Alien illustration to Vincenzo Natali and Alien from Alien Day

May 13th 2019

i) Updated Alien: Conjuring the demon with information from a small note written on a script to someone named Bill 

May 12th 2019

i) Added Alien: Cardboard model of the Nostromo interior
ii) Added more photos to Alien: HR Giger moved into the studio hut in the car park
iii) Added Guild Tug for Jodorowsky's Dune (1975) by Chris Foss
iv) Added Guild Tug for Jodorowsky's Dune (1975) by Chris Foss references cover of Pink Panther #21 (September 1974) published by Gold Key?



May 8th 2019

i) Added: HR Giger's Demon (work 513) (1978) references Dog star inhabitant for Rudolph Eric Raspe's Baron Munchausen (1785) by Cruickshank?


May 7th 2019


i) Added: Egg Silo Exterior (1978) by HR Giger references Wyndham Lewis' "A Battery shelled" (1919)
ii) Added: A Battery Shelled by Wyndham Lewis. (1919) as an index page for things relating to the page.
iii) Added: Wyndham Lewis' "A Battery Shelled" (1919) references the Nan Madol ruins? 

May 1st 2019

i) Added Moebius' "John Carter et Geronimo Martinez luttent pour le son parfait " (1994) references "Judith Beheading Holofernes" (1611-1612) by Artemisia Gentileschi?

April

April 26th 2019

i) Updated Neil Marshall on Alien and Prometheus

April 8th 2019

i) Added Alien Covenant: David's Lab creature designed by Dominic Hailstone

April 2nd 2019

i) Added A trail of film posters featuring triangles, with glowing pinks and purples


March

March 19th 2019


i) Added: Poster for "Mandy" (2018) references Jessica from The Illustrated Dune (1979) by John Schoenherr ?
ii) Added: Poster for "Mandy" (2018)
iii) Added: Poster for Mandy (2018) references Jorge Camacho's El sueño de Sancho (The dream of Sancho) (1978)?
iv) Added an index page for El sueño de Sancho (The dream of Sancho) (1978) by Jorge Camacho
v) Added: El sueño de Sancho (The dream of Sancho) (1978) by Jorge Camacho references Otto Dix's "Skat players : Card Playing War Invalids" (1920) ?



March 17th 2019


i) Added: Alien: Giger's Landscape (work 385) by HR Giger (1978) references Chesley Bonestell's "Stone Architecture on Mars, Demonstrating Mar's Two-Thirds Less Gravity Than Earths."?
ii) Added: Alien: Giger's Alien Life Cycle Tableau (1978) references Chesley Bonestell's "Stone Architecture on Mars, Demonstrating Mar's Two-Thirds Less Gravity Than Earths."?
iii) Added: Ralph McQuarrie's Cantina Scene and Garindan character for Star Wars references Chesley Bonestell's "Stone Architecture on Mars, Demonstrating Mars' Two-Thirds Less Gravity Than Earths."
 


March 14th 2019

i) Added: Alien: HR Giger's Egg version III references cover for the Radio Times from Christmas 1969
ii) Added: Chesley Bonestell as an index page for anything dealing with the named person's artwork 
 

March 13th 2019


i) Added: The Marlinespike Car Rally route via Olympia

March 9th 2019

i) Added:  Moebius' illustration published in Blueberry's references scene featuring the city of Olympia from The Eternals by Jack Kirby (Published March, 1977)? 
ii) Added: Alien Covenant: Carlos Huante reveals the plot of Paradise

March 8th 2019

i) Added Alien: Horror in the Witch House: Giger, Scott and Carroll visit Dicken's Studio
ii) I discovered the brilliant interview with Roger Dicken about his work on Alien (http://cellulord.blogspot.com/2009/10/a30-alien-30-pt-5.html) and so updated numerous articles as listed:
  1. Alien: Roger Dicken's big alien
  2. Alien: Chestburster emerges from a pit of entrails 
  3. Alien: Chestburster Scene: False Start  
  4. Alien: The Facehugger  
  5. Alien: After a new chestburster design

March 7th 2019


i) Added: Chesley Bonestell's "Stone Architecture on Mars, Demonstrating Mar's Two-Thirds Less Gravity Than Earths."
ii) Added: Alien: HR Giger's Alien Landscape (work 385) references photo of Doctor Bronowski at the Salk Institute in the Radio Times for November 3rd 1973?

March 4th 2019

i) Added: Steve Wang's Alien Day predalien illustration

March 3rd 2019 

i) Added Alien 5: Farzad Vrahramyan's genetically altered centipede like alien
ii) Added an index page for all things relating to the work of "Farzad Vrahramyan"
iii) Added a page acting as an Index page for "The Predator (2018)"

March 2nd 2019


i)Re-edited: Alien Vs Predator Requiem: Farzad Varahramyan's Predaliens and added some better quality imaged


February

February 27th 2019

i) Added: Prometheus: Carlos Huante meets Ridley Scott

February 21st 2019

i) Added: Alien Covenant: Baby neomorph puppet


February 16th 2019

i) Re-edited Chestburster: Medical Inspiration

February 15th 2019

i) Re-edited Alien: Sex and the alien

February 10th 2019

i) Added a few more words to:  Alien: Ivor Powell wrote a treatment for an Alien prequel/sequel
based on a statement that he made at the end of the Making of Alien documentary 


February 9th 2019

i) Added : Alexandre O Philippe's "Memory- The Origin on Alien"

February 6th 2019

i) Added: Aliens: Syd Mead's Dyeline - Sulaco Interior #1 

ii) Added: Aliens: Syd Mead's Dyeline of the Sulaco Landing Area 
iii) Added: Alien Vs Predator Requiem: Alien warrior dummy that turned up on Ebay
 

January


January 31st 2019


i)  Added Alien: early Alien beast drawing attributed to Dan O'Bannon 

which was formerly part of the article "Alien: The biomechanoid that O'Bannon wanted"

January 24th 2019

i) Added Poster for "Yardie" references “The Poetry of America” (1943) by Salvador Dali and AM Cassandre's Wagons Lits Cook poster (1933)?


January 21st 2019

i) Added: Cabinet Door For Mia (work 414) (1979) by HR Giger references Billy Smarts Children Circus illustration (for the 9 january 1978, Radio Times) by Alan Cracknell? 
ii) Added: Cabinet Door For Mia (work 414) (1979) by HR Giger  to connect articles dealing with the painting
iii) Added a separate page for Superman Lives: Sylvain Despretz' Skullship concept art for the unmade Superman Lives references Giger's National Park?


January 20th 2019


i) Added: Superman Lives: Sylvain Despretz' Skullship concept art for the unmade Superman Lives references Hochöfen (Blast Furnaces) by Bernd & Hilla Becher?
ii) Added: Exploration on Necronom IV by Andreas J. Hirsch from Taschen's HR Giger (Baby Sumo book)
iii) Added: Alien covenant: Return to  Necronom IV as a part of the Alien Covenant: The xenomorph - a stripped-down killing machine page given a page of its own



January 18th 2019

i) Added Alien: Joe Petagno's facehugger design

January 11th 2019

i) Added: Prometheus: Victorian or Post-Victorian Engineer 
ii) Added: HR Giger' Alien Monster II as a page connecting the various articles about this painting
iii) Added: HR Giger's Alien Monster II references “Uranium and Atomica Melancholica Idyll,” (1945) by Salvador Dali?
iv) Added: HR Giger's Alien Monster II references photo of Louis Jourdan (1977) as Count Dracula? 
v) Added: HR Giger's Alien Monster II references "Apollo Astronauts" (Published as supplement to National Geographic Vol. 144, No. 3 (September 1973)) by Pierre Mion?  
vi) Added: "Apollo Astronauts" (Published as supplement to National Geographic Vol. 144, No. 3 (September 1973)) by Pierre Mion.
vii) Added: Louis Jourdan as Count Dracula from the Radio Times December 1977 referenced Salvador Dali's "Uranium and Atomica Melancholica Idyll" 


January 10th 2019


i) Added "Apollo Astronauts" painting by Pierre Mion (1973) references “Melancholy, Atomic Uranic Idyll” by Salvador Dali (1945)?
ii) Added “Uranium and Atomica Melancholica Idyll, (1945) by Salvador Dali exploring the various paintings that I think it referenced 

8th January 2019


i) Added The Jacques Louis David's Death of Socrates route


2018

See:  2018
March 2017  
February 2017
January 2017
 

2016

December 2016

November 2016
October 2016
September 2016
August 2016 

July 2016

No comments:

Post a comment