En el día del orgullo friki, una entrada especial de arquicomics: the sandcrawler.
The DK Star Wars cross-section books are well worth a look if you’ve not seen them before. As a kid I was fascinated by cross-sections and I can remember my very first drawings were me making up cross-sections of big space-ships and drawing on the back of old naval charts in a fountain pen my Mum gave me. I must have been two or three years old and I can remember putting in loads of tiny details of all the internal workings. I’d love to see what they looked like now - they must have been utter bullshit but in my mind they were just like this illustration. (via Gavin Rothery - Directing - Concept - VFX - Gavin Rothery Blog - The Sandcrawler)
update: Gavin Rothery es el responsable de los efectos visuales de la película “Moon”
Underworld | James Gulliver Hancock Multiple full page illustrations for children’s book exploring different world underground. Everything from Ancient Egyptian Crypts, to WW2 tunnels and theoretical underground life on Mars.
Owen D Pomery is a prolific urban sketcher and illustrator, you can see more of his work here
Denys Lasdun’s National Theatre, (1976)
Six Hundred And Seventy-Six Apparitions of Killoffer by French artist Patrice Killoffer is super cool!