Tagged in "art"

The best science fiction art from Vincent Di Fate, HR Giger, and beyond.

Orbs of Light

Shahram Farshadfar
in Fiction

Orbs continue to be an inseparable subject of my art since I have noticed them first in some of the photographs taken by a friend at the November Full Moon gathering in my studio back in 2011. Curious...

Le Cirque De La Vie

Shahram Farshadfar
in Fiction

Brought to you from the fifth dimension.

Tales of the Chromium Poet

Kuwan Awar
in Fiction

Tr Yyr Sithera (The Cloud Crystal)

Some words with Zsófia Döme, Hungarian Treehugger and Illustrator

Mickey Rivera
in Culture

Zsófia Döme (http://zsofiadome.tumblr.com/) likes to get lost in the woods and draw the things she didn’t see, those things that imagination can’t help but see while surrounded by wild greenery teemin...

Best Carrie Fisher Tribute Art

Justin Maury
in Beauty

Since Carrie Fisher’s unexpected passing, fans have been taking to social media to pay tribute to a beloved actress, woman, and intergalactic savior. Old photos, videos and quotes have resurfaced of t...

Artist Mario Martinez aka MARS-1 Interview

OMNI Staff
in Culture

While artists abound who enjoy conjuring up astronauts, robots, space battles and creatures from another world, few are able to achieve the striking balance that makes the extraterrestrial imagery of ...

Reviewing 'The Guccione Collection' OMNI Magazine Auction

George Gott
in Buyer’s Guide

Bob Guccione was more than just the founder of OMNI magazine, beyond this, he was an artist and lover of all things science fiction and art. He collected a variety of pieces from some of the world's m...

Al Hirschfeld's Legendary 'Star Trek' Illustrations

Jeremy Frommer
in Culture

Iconic illustrator Al Hirschfeld was drawn to Star Trek. His first vision of the classic Star Trek came at the behest of TV Guide who commissioned him in 1966 to be part of a review of the premiere. T...

'Star Trek' DIY Gifts You Can Definitely Make

Sarah Quinn
in Entertainment

If you love Star Trek, you’ve probably made something for yourself at some point that was too difficult to find or too expensive to purchase, like a Starfleet Academy costume or a phaser for your cosp...

The Best 'Star Trek' Gifts

Sarah Quinn
in Buyer’s Guide

Beam some amazing gifts under your Christmas tree and impress the Trekkies in your life. Old, young, fans of the original series or devoted followers of the new one, it doesn’t matter - everyone will ...

Greatest Sci-Fi Artists of All Time

James Lizowski
in Culture

When engaged with science fiction as a genre, we are transported by the visual work of great sci-fi artists. Without their work in bringing books to life, and making films a reality, the science ficti...

Amazing DIY Firefly Projects All Browncoats Will Love

Sarah Quinn
in Entertainment

Wait. Are you reading the right list? Here is a short quiz: Are you always referring to someone named “Cap’n Tight-Pants” as if he were not only a real man, but your personal hero? Does love keep you ...

The Science Fiction of Music

M. Thomas Gammarino
in Entertainment

My first novel, Big in Japan, is about a neurotic American prog-rocker coming of age in Japan. My second, Jellyfish Dreams, is about a biologist’s quest to reanimate his dead fiancée at the instigatio...

The Sweetest Sci-Fi Treats in the Galaxy

Sarah Quinn
in Entertainment

Sometimes I look around at intensely intricate Pinterest parties that other people apparently have the time to create for their children, and the mind boggles at the lengths to which theme-ing these p...

Sci-Fi Webcomics to Devour All At Once

Sarah Quinn
in Entertainment

Not so long ago, there weren't enough great sci-fi webcomics to shake a ray-gun at. Now, you've got serious options for pretty much every sub-genre you can imagine, from hard sci-fi to space opera to ...

Space (Part II - Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle)

M. Thomas Gammarino
in Fiction

In my last article, I discussed William Gibson's cyberpunk classic Neuromancer as a key text in the convergence between science fiction and postmodernism. This time, I want to stay right on the cusp a...