Clothing industry activist and sci-fi writer Rinna Saramäki joins to discuss the evils of the clothing industry. The conversation sidetracks into sci-fi.
Photographer Miemo Penttinen's sci-fi inspired photography really is out of this world. Discover how he makes his incredible pictures and how you can too.
Let’s take a look at seven sci-fi villains that we’d love to see back on our screens in all their villainous, evil glory.
Enjoy history? Get a kick out of science fiction? If so, then you’ll love the digital artwork by Jakub Rozalski, a concept artist and illustrator...
When most of us picture the past we imagine it in black and white. Hardly surprising when you consider the history of colour photography. Although the first colour photograph was taken way back in 1861 by Thomas Sutton (the Englishman choose a tartan ribbon as his subject), it wasn't until the 1970s that colour snaps became everyday. Consequently, colourizing photos is the only way we can closer to our fantastic ancestors.
Call it SF, call it speculative fiction, call it slipstream – hey, we hear you can even call it structural fabulation. We’re not going to quibble on the nitty-gritty of nomenclature. What we do know is that these texts, however diverse, are yoked together by their reimaginings of reality – think parallel and sinister sister societies, alien worlds, or our own Earth, subtly altered.
The 1970s was such a turbulent, colourful decade that it’s sometimes forgotten that it also produced some the best loved TV programs of all time. The wealth of entertainment on offer was no different in the realm of science fiction, with tons of brilliant series gracing our screens. Such was the diversity that it’s tough to pick five, which we’d love to see make a comeback, but we set our phasers on retro and gave it our best shot, nonetheless.
Twenty-five years since she become sci-fi's most famous princess, Carrie Fisher is considering a return to the Star Wars universe. To celebrate, we've unearthed twenty fascinating facts about her original role.
The 1984 cult sci-fi movie Dune, based on the world's best selling sci-fi novel, might have been a financial flop, but it still has legions of fans to this day.