Using the human body and turning it into robotics. (Bio-mechanics) H.R Giger
A sweet poster of HR Giger's Satan I - a perfect example of his dark surrealist style! Used as the album cover for the 1985 Celtic Frost LP To Mega Therion. Ships fast. 11x17 inches. Check out the res
H.R. Giger (known for disturbing and often bio-mechanical visuals) was known to incorporate Satanic imagery into his work (seen here with the standard pose of Satan, the head of the Baphomet, and a nude alter).
Geiger's art has often been called “biomechanoid and Giger himself called one of his books Biomechanics. It would be difficult to find a word that better describes the Zeitgeist of the twentieth century, characterized by staggering technological progress that enslaved modern humanity in an internecine symbiosis with the world of machines. In the course of the twentieth century, modern technological inventions became extensions and replacements of our own body parts and organs...
Dark, erotic, organic, beautiful, machines, hive, technology. Just a few words that come to mind when reviewing H.R. Giger. The Alien franchise wouldn't be what it is without his vision. He 13 May 2014. RIP.