A Bizarre Prometheus Poster3,995 Views13 RepliesAdd A Reply
I've found a fairly bizarre Prometheus fan poster I would like to share. I hope I'm not the only one who thinks that it is a great work.
Not a map, an invitation
It reminds me of the Stephen King's Dark Half, with the evil twin left inside the skull.
"He survived, he’s now in Disneyland in Orlando, and no way am I going back there. How did he end up in Disneyland? I saw him in Disneyland, Jesus Christ!"
This could be a portrait of the LV-223 Engineers before their head burst out except for the type of fetus (which I assumed was neomorph).
Thank you Ati. I love this weird stuff.
So, humanity is a tumor in the Engineer's head.
There is an Alien head at the back of the Engineers skull, behind the human infant. There's also a Facehugger behind the teeth and an Aliens dorsal tube coming at the bottom of the neck.
In fact looking at this poster makes me think that it was done by the same artist that did the awesome xenomorph and engineer poster that was released just before Alien Covenant.
Ingeniero - Glad you like it. And yes, humanity is the perfect headburster.
Gavin - Thank you, I have just discovered the facehugger in the image!
WOW....I love that! Thanks Ati ;)
There are indeed many hidden features...I'm off to study it in more detail!
I've been on a quest to find out who designed the beautiful renaissance style poster? I wondered if it was Gutalin, but probably not.
Is this a signature?
"Let The Cosmic Incubation Begin" ~ H.R. Giger
as much as I am disappointed in the Engineers, I like this poster
Thanks for the Share.... i had seen this quite some time back and its a very interesting poster, lots of neat little secrets.
R.I.P Sox 01/01/2006 - 11/10/2017
Lone - 'I've been on a quest to find out who designed the beautiful renaissance style poster? I wondered if it was Gutalin, but probably not. Is this a signature?'
Unfortunately I don't know who the creator is.
As for the segment you zoomed in, yes, I think that is a signature. If I see well, there are three letters: gHZ.
Gavin: That's right, I see it although it took time to discover it.
Thanks to whoever made it.