Tagged in "art"

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

Sir Hans Sloane, Magic Mirrors and the British Museum

Christine Alford
in Culture

The British Museum collection began with the intellectual curiosity of an Irish doctor called Sir Hans Sloane. He began collecting when he was working in Jamaica, as a physician to the governor. He re...

Extra Bright

F. Simon Grant
in Fiction

Greta Stromach prayed one night for heaven to save her and dreamt of these bright white tendrils descending from the sky like jellyfish tentacles, or what jellyfish tentacles would be like if jellyfis...

Russian Roulette

gillian pajor
in Fiction

I stood there in the cold, damp waiting room. Everything was silent. There were six of us. No one knew anyone and no one said anything. We just stood, waiting in a line for something; anything to happ...

Monster Hunters - Dragon Squad (#4)

Storyteller IRT
in Fiction

"Remind me why we took a short way again?" Keith said as he ducked, moving back from the swipe of the chimera's paw. I looked at him from the corner of my eyes, unamused, as I took another strike at the beast. Horn and sword clashed. He threw me back, but I managed to nick the side of its face as my sword slid away. “Someone preferred to take the shorter way” Charm bit back as he dodged the dragon head's flame. “Charm, switch,” I said as I avoided a near hit from the goat head. He obeyed instant...

Sci-Fi's Hired Gun: An Interview with Concept Artist Col Price

Mickey Rivera
in Culture

Wrapped into the folds of Col Price’s brain is a separate universe. As a UK based concept artist, Price makes a living off of it. Col is an artist of the mercenary variety. He put in 20 years of work ...

Interview with Paul Franklin, Director of 'The Escape'

OMNI Staff
in Entertainment

What does an Academy Award winning visual effects specialist do at the culmination of 25 years of career successes and a prolific filmography? If you're the UK-born Paul J. Franklin, you set your cert...

Best H.R. Giger Illustrations

Anthony Gramuglia
in Culture

In 2014, H.R. Giger died, and, thus, science fiction lost one of its greatest artists – but left behind were a multitude of H.R. Giger illustrations. Giger created some of the most exotic, darkest dep...


Shahram Farshadfar
in Fiction

I was interested in sci-fi stories from the early age. In high school at lunchtime, while others were busy with physical activities, I was busy activating my imagination reading Greek mythology. It wa...

Reviewing 'Art, Collectibles, Decor and More' OMNI Auction

George Gott
in Buyer’s Guide

The iconic OMNI magazine has been out of print for over 25 years, yet to this day readers are still intrigued by the science fiction magazine's allure, pioneering expertise, and captivating ideas of f...

Hyper-Sexualized Dismemberment and the Art of Katrina Bea

Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
in Culture

I've been asked to interview a reclusive artist. An artist whose work I find to be exquisitely revolting. Work that, in my eyes, causes awkward hyper-sexualized repulsion in absolute terms. Like the p...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 11 (Pt.1)

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Chapters 1 - 10 can be read at: Deep Sky Stories

Not With The Suit

J.C. S.
in Fiction

The Adventures of Erin Bailey, Time Traveling Extraordinaire

Coolest Sci-Fi Illustrators

Riley Reese
in Culture

If you ask me, no single genre of literature ever really comes close to the aesthetic awesomeness that science fiction does. Sci-fi illustrators seem to have an innate ability to make a book's fantast...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 9

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Read Chapters 1 - 8 at: Deep Sky Stories

Dragon Tales (#2)

Storyteller IRT
in Fiction

She ran through the forest, their words replaying in her head. “Strike it down” They had said. “We want it dead!” The lying 'hero's' had hummed their agreements as they were fed. She looked to the eve...

Alex The Inventor-Chapter 8

G.F. Brynn
in Fiction

Read Chapters 1 - 7 at: Deep Sky Stories