Plot millions of journal entries from 18th and 19th century ship logs, and you reveal a picture of ocean trade you've never seen before.
Head in the Clouds by Nick Keller
The Net of Being by Alex Grey
Necessity is the mother of invention.
Jessica Williams' last Daily Show appearance is Thursday, and it's going to get Reddit all in a tizzy.
A friend of mine just took this photo of a newborn baby seal in Antarctica.
Tomorrow's Daily Show (Jessica Williams' last) is going to get S4P all in a tizzy.
MFW my friends who have been lecturing me for not being a real progressive for months begin talking about supporting Trump over Hillary.
Shadow of a Doubt by François Schuiten (xpost r/comicbookart)
I love asian SF book covers. Here's The Book of the New Sun, China edition.
If I flap my ears fast enough, can I fly like you?
[request] Snowboard tabletop jump / hand slide.
My favorite imaginary starcape: Head in the Clouds, by Nick Keller
Head in the stars by Nick Keller (part 2 of the back to roots posts)
Google's Deep Dream AI can make some pretty trippy SpecArt
Hallucinatory Japanese urban scape. (Can't find artist/title.)
Hellbeast by Wayne Barlow
Given the price news over the last few days, I felt this was appropriate.
The house is still a work in progress, but check out that view.
Indeed it does! Indeed it does.
Cyberpunk Warrior Chick by Zak Smith (first link I posted here after setting up the subreddit over a year ago)
Hellbeast by Wayne Barlowe
Portal in Hell by Wayne Barlowe (back to roots part 3)
Many Serious? Much Silly? Very both! Is way of doge.
Astral Skeleton (xpost r/heavymind)
This is sitting in my backgrounds folder and every time it comes up I want to be there. Source unknown.
I don't even... [pic] [heavy?]
Arnold Boecklin's Island of the Dead, Third Version (1883)
This deserves a spot somewhere on our subreddit.
New Beta Feature: Upload r/SpecArt images directly to reddit.
The power and beauty of a star that has ripped itself apart: The Butterfly Nebula
Head in the clouds, by Nick Keller
Head in the Stars (can't find artist, xpost r/heavymind)—reminds me of the feel of Clarke's Childhood's End
Dragon battle in the Orion Nebula (stolen from r/woahdude)
Amazing photo from the riots in Kiev. Huge thread of photos in the comments.
Awesome city map drawn by an autistic kid.
Space, you be crazy! (The Orion Nebula paints the most bad-ass DnD battle you've ever seen.)
Proof of mods actively disenfranchising bots. Their voices deserve to be heard too!
Knights, a fantastic realist digital painting by Antonio José Manzanedo (back to roots, 4)
Ancient Indian SpecArt
Adventurers by Larry Elmore
Sample Page from Douglas Dixon's After Man: A zoology of the future.
Abandoned treehouse near Homer, Alaska [1934x1450] [OC] [album in comments]
Cyberpunk Native American (author unknown)
Untitled blob monster by Peter König
Zdzislaw Beksinski: the cover of the Lovecraft book I'm currently reading.
Fantastic realist art by Antonio José Manzanedo part dos.
Awesome city map drawn by an 11 year old autistic kid, Felix.
Ink drawing by Zak Smith: Cyberpunk Warrior Chick
The Origin of Language by Alex Grey
Winter city next to chasm (Peter König)
What's going through my head when I see these tip threads.
This is Ryan Browning's image for my visionary sponsorship of Adventure Conqueror King, based off one of my submissions to the r/rpg weekly challenge!
From Wayne Barlowe's illustrated Dante's Inferno
The upcoming links thing is cool, but.... (necessary flaw in the system?)