If you think your dog loves sticking his or her head out the window as you drive, just imagine if you were driving... in space. That's the theory behind Warp Dogs, an amazing set of illustrations by Benjamin Grelle, aka the Frogman.
There are many ways to learn the alphabet, but this set of bamboo art wall blocks by Etsy artist Tofufu Studios might be the most fun. What else could "B" be for, other than Batman?
Right now, everywhere you go in downtown San Francisco, you'll see this poster. Full of pills, with an ominous message about the future, the poster invites you to learn about something called THX-1138. But what kind of medicine is this? I can only imagine the kind of conversations this is sparking around town.
Frank R. Paul did more than almost any other artist to shape the images that light up our collective dreams. He provided the bright, eye-popping imagery for Hugo Gernsback's vision of science fiction, and his art from the 1920s still feels fresher than a lot of the stuff being created today.
Farscape has been gone for our screens for seven years, since the Peacekeeper Wars miniseries, but the love goes on. A host of loyal fans continue to celebrate the awesomeness of John Crichton, Aeryn Sun and the rest of the Moya's crew.
We love pin-up art as much as anyone, but there's something weird about this newly released concept art showing the evolution of Harley Quinn in Batman: Arkham City. Maybe it's just that it shows how formulaic these sorts of female characters have gotten.
The dramatic, weird monochrome imagery of 1950s science fiction movies comes to life in the work of Alberto Mena, who photographs scenes from the movies off his television screen, and then manipulates them in Photoshop.
This might be the greatest time to be a fan of superhero movies. There were four major superhero films this summer, and three of them more or less ruled. Too bad our superpowered protectors have such boring — or even ugly — movie posters.
Summer is coming to a close, and for many of us that means new beginnings. With school right around the corner, hordes of us will be moving into new apartments and houses for the year, and with new digs comes the opportunity to update (or start) your collection of science fiction and fantasy artwork!
The coolest science fiction already lets you see what's coming, but sometimes you need a little extra help. That's why it's a good thing there are tarot cards featuring science fiction and fantasy characters, who make the best guides.
Joss Whedon's Firefly only spawned a dozen or so episodes plus a movie, but it's populated our imaginations ever since. Mal Reynolds and his valiant crew have taken on titanic proportions in the minds of countless fans.
If you ever find yourself in Asgard, the home of Marvel's cosmic Norse gods, your GPS on your smartphone may not work. So you'll need a good map to avoid running into the Destroyer.Frost King concept art by Michael Kutsche Odin concept art by Michael Kutsche Early Asgard concept art by Craig Shoji Early…
When you're in the city that never sleeps, you might want to keep one eye open at all times. Many of the best futuristic cities and urban fantasy stories take place in dark, dystopian cities.
Chances are, you've already seen Thor — but you didn't see all the cool stuff that appeared on the screen, as well as all the insane artwork and design work that went into creating the film.
We told you a while ago that Vintage Books would be putting out special editions of science fiction classics with 3D covers — and now here's your first look at some of the cover designs.
Just because your species is extinct doesn't mean your dress sense has to be, too. Dinosaurs can be dapper too! And let's be honest, if you're going to bother putting clothes on a dinosaur, they ought to be stylish.Jason Howard
When graffiti meets Star Wars, the whole street is turned into a massive showroom of crazy fandom and impressive artistry. In honor of May the Fourth, check out 32 photos of Star Wars graffiti from every corner of the world.
One of the most famous pieces of art in Tokyo is "Myth of Tomorrow," a mural by Picasso-influenced artist Taro Okamoto, depicting the horrors of the atomic bomb. Over the weekend, someone added a new panel to the mural.
Tomorrow night sees the return of one of the universe's most fearless and stylish time travelers. We're speaking, of course, of Amelia "Amy" Pond, the Doctor Who character who's redefined style in the face of time paradoxes and monsters.
Plenty of artists and would-be naturalists are content to observe extraterrestrial beings from a discreet distance — perhaps a few miles away, via hyperzoom. But only artist Alex Ries, aka Abiogenesis, is willing to approach these creatures and paint them.