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Jean Giraud (also known as Moebius / Mœbius) was a French artist who has influenced pop-culture through his creative and boundless imagination. He shaped the look of Alien, Tron, The Abyss, Empire Strikes Back and The Fifth Element. He re imagined the Silver Surfer for Stan Lee. And he is an acknowledged influence on everyone from Japanese animating great Hayao Miyazaki to sci-fi writer William Gibson.
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oynot

More than welcome nanapuzzler and jandchris. Thank you for your thoughts :-)

Interesting picture, thank you oynot.

nanapuzzler

I loved Star Trek...all the versions, Twilight Zone, Stargate SG-1, E.T., the Planet of the Apes (first 2 movies) and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. I don't like horror or bloody or super heroes.

oynot

I did not know nanapuzzler that you liked sci-fi. I'll try to find you some :-)
As far that I got really into in was The Twilight Zone that was on TV every Saturday night when I was allowed to stay up that late. And usually afterward I could not go to sleep...lol!

nanapuzzler

I love Sci-Fi and absolutely adore Miyazaki's films *!* This reminds me of a cover on a book but I don't know which one. Probably one about space/time dimensions.
I hope every day is better than the day before, for you!

oynot

LOL @Isaly this wasn't one of my better puzzles I posted but I wanted to post something with colors :-)

Isaly2

Interesting concept for a painting.

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