starlords' favourite films | 1980s

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siplusplus:

I’m sure this is a repost, but here it is anyways

siplusplus:

I’m sure this is a repost, but here it is anyways

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the-disney-elite:

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: The Art Of John Alvin

John Alvin is the artist behind the iconic movie posters for such Disney classics as The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. In addition to his work in animation, Alvin also did posters for live-action films like E.T., Blade Runner and Jurassic Park.

Alvin’s wife, Andrea, has just released a GORGEOUS book highlighting her husband’s many illustrated accomplishments. As Mrs. Alvin frequently assisted her husband with his work, she also has a lot of fascinating back-stories about the paintings!

Amazon link (save 42%): The Art of John Alvin by Andrea Alvin

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ttuzzz:

Raining in Hong Kong.
Check  my video game blog: http://nogame5.blogspot.pt/

ttuzzz:

Raining in Hong Kong.

Check  my video game bloghttp://nogame5.blogspot.pt/

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design-is-fine:

Blade Runner by Ridley Scott, production design, 1982. The Tyrell Corporation model piece. Illustrations by Syd Mead, who did the initial concept illustration for the film and also designed many of the vehicles. See more: eldestandonly

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cinemagorgeous:

Iconic moments in sci-fi films. Gifs by technoir.

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Blade Runner (1982)

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cypulchre:

How fucking cool would it be if Rockstar Games spent the usual $265M to make a sequel set in the Los Angeles described in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, best visualized in Scott’s Blade Runner?

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"Rick Deckard’s the name. L.A.’s the city. Do I ever think of retirement? Every time I…

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lydiastilinski:

31 Days of Halloween

Boy Meets World - “And Then There Was Shawn”  (1998)

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