This collage utilizes, amongst others, geographic details from photographic sources, from a painting by David A. Hardy, a still from the film “Phantom from Space”, a photographic image of the planet Mars, and the author’s own interpretation of a Saucer-over-Italy-type UFO. (c) 2017 by Torsten Slama and Gottstein Strohkopp
Archive for February, 2009
The Mother Ship Projector projects a venusian mothership, illustrated by Glenn Passmore, over a very wide range to instill awe in the minds of possible passers-by.
The inventor presents a talking, thinking head with a miniaturized positronic brain, able to solve the most complex curvilinear space-time-equations, therefore facilitiating time travel. (c) 2017 by Torsten Slama
A youth with an injured right wrist, wearing the then-popular 1970’s revival pods, awaiting his coffee in an imaginary coffee place. This drawing is pencil on fade-prone pink paper in a slightly smaller A4 format, brought with me from the UK. This drawing is part of a series of drawings of characters based on the strangely uncanny characters in a short Sesame Street cartoon. This animation involved a father painting a fence, his son, a UFO, and an extraterrestrian. To see the remaining drawings in this series, please redirect here. (c) 1995 Torsten Slama
Proposal for a bion converter on the eleventh moon of a yet undiscovered planet around a red-dwarf-type sun. The bion preparation to be won in this plant will be most effective in the fight against mind-poisoning related deseases.
This airbrush image contains depictions of imaginary asteroid-repelling architecture and a couple of human figures taken from the film “Planet of the Vampires”. It comes in a handcrafted gold-plated frame with white sides. © 2017 Torsten Slama and International Publications Organisation World Wide