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Amazon Orders Sci-Fi Series ‘Tales From the Loop’ (Jul 2018) Amazon has given a series order to “Tales From the Loop,” a science fiction drama from “Legion” writer Nathaniel Halpern. The project is a co-production with Fox 21 Television Studios. “Tales From the
Blindspotting is the rare buddy comedy that tackles social issues. It works. Jul 19th, 2018 07:28 UTC Lots of genres lend themselves to socially conscious storytelling — from science fiction to dark comedy to horror to romance . Tragically, while rushing back to make curfew, he witnesses the unthink
Amazon Orders ‘Tales From the Loop’ Based on the Art of Simon Stalenhag (Jul 2018) Simon Stålenhag creates gorgeous, memorable works of art. Usually the pieces have a running theme: mundane, even normal landscapes dotted with mind . that were previously relegated only to science f
Chinese Artist Chenchenchen Suspended 10 Men From a 111-Foot (Jul 2018) Courtesy the artist and Migrant . the country’s genetic landscape. All of CCC’s work exists within the world of what he calls “Poor Sci-Fi”—a conceptual framework that marries the language of big-bu
Supersonic, nuclear, with lasers: Oscar Viñals on the future of flight (Jul 2018) The Barcelona-based designer’s futuristic concepts resemble something from a science fiction film. But the designer isn’t affiliated . For them to come to fruition, the technologies that would make
‘Tales From the Loop’ TV Series Set at Amazon (Jul 2018) The retail giant and streamer has handed out a straight-to-series order for a Tales From the Loop drama based on Simon Stalenhag’s art (seen above . possible that were previously relegated to scienc
The Next Giant Leap: A Moon Village Jul 19th, 2018 12:05 UTC These images are the work of Haresh Lalvani, a designer who uses concepts of biology, mathematics, computer science, and art to generate . of science fiction. But there are also very detailed scient
Amazon Orders Tales from the Loop on 18th of Jul 2018 Amazon Studios has greenlit Tales from the Loop, based on the sci-fi art of Simon Stålenhag . making things possible that were previously relegated only to science fiction. The show will be helmed b
Amazon Orders Matt Reeves-Produced Sci (Jul 2018) Amazon Studios has greenlit, “Tales from the Loop,” an hour-long science-fiction series executive produced by . s brilliant visual sensibility and unique point of view, it makes this a truly excepti
‘Yellow Submarine’: A Dazzling Revival Everyone Should See (Especially the New Leaders of Pixar) (Jul 2018) That’s because the film is totally ironic about it; it’s such a knowing, joshing, postmodern parable of childlike innocence taking on the forces of destruction that almost every moment in the movie se
Best summer books 2018, as picked by writers – part one (Jul 2018) The Guardian The Guardian Surrealist artists, dogged detectives, modern lovers and spies behaving badly . leading authors pick their best books to enjoy these holidays . The Order of Time, by Carlo Rovelli (Allen Lane, translated by Erica Segre and Simon Carnell), hardly .
George Lucas Strikes Back: Inside the Fight to Build the Lucas Museum (Jul 2018) Vanity Fair Vanity Fair The project, which is now officially named the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art but, given its history, might just as well be called the Flying Dutchman, will take the form of a dramatic, swooping, cloud-like structure designed by the Chinese architect Ma .
55 Things to Do in London: July 2018 (Jul 2018) The Resident The Resident Pioneering artist Lee Bul has transformed the Hayward Gallery into a dream-like landscape this month full of mirrored installations and futuristic cyborgs. The exhibition brings together more than 100 works from the late 1980s to the present day, to .
Tools for change: Air Hack exhibition (since Jun, 2018) Daily Planet` Daily Planet` Air Hack was hosted by Makerversity at Somerset House in London last week. The event brought together designers, makers, activists, and technologists to pitch innovative ways to address air pollution. The Guardian reported that London reached the legal .
The 56 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: June 25-July 1, 2018 (since Jun, 2018) TheStranger.com TheStranger.com Artists including Neon Saltwater will create vibrant, immersive experiences for Summer Dreams, a not-to-be-missed extravaganza of an art show opening at Winston Wächter this week. . Welcome this Prometheus Award-winning, Clarke- and Hugo-nominated .
Last-Minute Plans: 115 Free, Cheap & Easy Things To Do In Seattle This Weekend: June 29-July 1, 2018 (since Jun, 2018) TheStranger.com TheStranger.com Science fiction writer Catherynne M. Valente, the author of the well-received series The Glass Town, has won Locus and Andre Norton Awards for her work. . C.A. Pierce creates hazy, layered acrylic landscapes on canvas. . . Through dazzling and at .
How We Came to Love Branded Movies – Consequence of Sound (blog) (since Jun, 2018) Consequence of Sound (blog) How We Came to Love Branded Movies Consequence of Sound (blog) They made an entire movie based off of Pepsi commercials. I’m of course referring to . Apple’s groundbreaking, screen-breaking “1984” commercial, directed by sci-fi virtuoso Ridley Scott, played only once in full, and it was during the 1984 Super .
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The 64 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: July 9-15, 2018 (Jul 2018) TheStranger.com TheStranger.com Our music critics have already chosen the 33 best music shows this week, but now it’s our arts critics’ turn to pick the best events in their areas of expertise. Here are their picks in every genre—from author Ottessa Moshfegh’s book tour stop to Sara .
Jewellery made of gold salvaged from computers promotes shift … (since Jan, 2018) Daily Planet` Daily Planet` BaYou with Love has partnered with Dell to create a run of rings, earrings, and cufflinks made of 14 to 18-carat gold recycled from electronics.
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