dimanche 12 janvier 2014


In 1940, science-fiction art pionneer Frank R. Paul did pieces showing what life could be on other planets. In his own words:

 Science says Venus is a sister world and human forms of life are more possible than on any other planet.

Paul depicts Venus as a lush watery world with venusians being sexuate amphibious web-feet bipeds with features reminiscent of batricians, fish, saurians and seals, living in semi-urban dry land settings in close relation with ever present water and using domesticated fauna such as pterodactyl-like steeds and large water saurians.

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