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Arte inspiração no filme Metrópolis (1927) - Expressionismo alemão de Fritz Lang

Mondo’s collective of artists have tackled Fritz Lang’s Metropolis artwork for screenings in the past. But Ken Taylor has produced an amazing, enormous piece of detailed drawings that …

A representation of the Cyborg via Metropolis. Cyborg theory was created by Donna Haraway in order to criticize traditional notions of feminism—particularly its strong emphasis on identity, rather than affinity. She uses the metaphor of a cyborg in order to construct a feminism that moves beyond dualisms and moves beyond the limitations of traditional gender, feminism, and politics.

JF Ptak Science Books Post 1034 No doubt that minds were sent reeling by Fritz Lang’s vision of the near-future (the year 2000) in his 1927 science fiction classic, Metropolis. Life and work were one for the vast mass of...

The 10 most expensive film posters – in pictures

A new record for the price of film memorabilia is expected to be set with the sale of a rare Metropolis movie poster – yours for $850,000. In the meantime, here’s a guide to the top 10 most expensive posters of all time

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Brigitte Helm in Metropolis (1927, dir. Fritz Lang) On the creation of Robot Maria: "The concentric rings of light that surround her and move from top to bottom were in fact a little ball of silver...

059. 061. 062. Ferriss., Mike Golden

Several explorations looking at the lighting and feel of Hugh Ferriss' iconic metropolis of tomorrow.

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ArtStation - Metropolis Morning, Arnaud Imobersteg

Honorable Mention for the CG Weeckly Challenge #121, with Dieselpunk Topic. The aim was to create an art-deco city inspired by Metropolis and some Gotham elements, but not in a so dark creepy mood for once.. All modeled in Blender, rendered in Cycles, and post-production in Photoshop. Materials from Cycles Material Vault.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DLV)

1. Julie d’Aubigny, a French bisexual opera-singing sword fighter Julie d’Aubigny, aka “La Maupin” led a life so wild – complete with duels, grave-robbing and burning convents – that she had to be pardoned by the king not once, but twice. Known as one of history’s greatest rascals, she performed regularly with the Opéra, first singing as a soprano, and…