Beauty is accidental

Function is designed
But Valérian and Laureline, the series Mézières started with childhood friend Pierre Christin, became wildly popular. It followed a time-traveling “spatio-temporal” agent and a female medieval peasant, cruising around having adventures in the 28th Century. Begun in 1967, it developed into a “space opera” with clear influences on Star Wars (as fanboys like this one and that one will tell you).
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But Valérian and Laureline, the series Mézières started with childhood friend Pierre Christin, became wildly popular. It followed a time-traveling “spatio-temporal” agent and a female medieval peasant, cruising around having adventures in the 28th Century. Begun in 1967, it developed into a “space opera” with clear influences on Star Wars (as fanboys like this one and that one will tell you).

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neuromaencer:

real time face tracking & projection mapping.

warmly recommended to all my followers! MUST WATCH

Hoh my good god

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natashavc:

freshfreshfresh23:

Ralph Steadman

OK OK OK I Have watched this GIF 90 times. He uses a BRUSH on the “F” and the “T” but a NIB on the “V”. SECRETS UNLOCKED ART WILL BE MINE YOU CANT HAVE IT. 

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destroycomics:

The unlettered pages to Paul Pope and David Lapham’ collaboration with colorist Lovern Kindzierski on the sci-fi short story Treasure Lost featured in Vertigo’s anthology “Ghosts” from late 2012. Paul Pope said that this was inspired by Chris Foss’s concept art for Jodorowsky’s Dune.

Lovern’s colors are bit deeper here where print is lighter.

You can read an interview with Paul Pope on the collaboration here.

Buy Ghosts here. Or check if your comic shop still has a few left.

These were originally posted to Lovern Kindzierski’s facebook.

(via dialecticalmaterialistgolddigger)