The Zulu Motor Cab | 1903
— Zulu tribesmen from KwaZulu (in present day South Africa)
FLY GUY | 1885
Portrait, young man standing in frock coat, holding derby hat in left hand, walking stick in right. ca. 1895. Randolph L. Simpson African-American collection. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University
These awesomely surreal and delightful collages are the work of Eugenia Loli, a California-based collage artist who uses images scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create bizarre and playful scenes. From a little girl creating our solar system by blowing bubbles to meat loaf that contains galaxies, children riding giant tortoises and planes that drop candy instead of bombs, these pieces reveal Loli’s love of science fiction and unabashed geekiness and we’re completely smitten.
For more of her wonderfully weird collages, follow Loli right here on Tumblr at eugenialoli. Prints of some of her collages are available here. She also offers many of her pieces as downloadable files under the Creative Commons license via her Flickr account.
Chara: Lydia Deetz from Beetlejuice
Horror Icon: The Bride from The Bride of Frankenstein
abandoned WW2 bunker | Andreas S
…these photos hit me right in the gut, hoo boy. Something about the lighting, the juxtaposition of nature and industrial bunkers- they just send waves of Myst nostalgia through my body. I love it.
Policewomen - the woman “Cop” (a dream). Suffragette posed to illustrate woman police concept - Cincinnati, 1909.
Last day at #comicaction #essen #batman
Much thanks to @paninicomicsde for having me at #comicaction #essen here’s one last image. #galactus