Sci-fi Art: Robot #wallpaper – Big Bot, by Benedict Campbell

Big Bot - art by Benedict Campbell - Cyberpunk Science Fiction Art - robot head and torso - Sony Houseman concept

Image by Benedict Campbell – click for bigger view

Benedict Campbell – official website (you should seriously check this out)

Part of a series of images from the liquid metal, carb0-plastic, hydrogel and permacrete core of visual creators on the Internet.  Images that stir my senses and evoke plots and concepts for what I’d like to see (or fear) in the future.

I like this image because despite the sterile colours and lack of context, there’s a depth to the scene – in particular the contrast between machine and human face.  Reminds me of the wonderful video by Bjork for her track “All is Full of Love”.  I also like it because it strikes a chord with how I’ve visualised the Sony Houseman (robot) I’ve introduced into some of my sci-fi & dark fantasy novels and the post-apocalyptic & Cthulhu Mythos RPG Yellow Dawn.  What do you think?

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Iron Man Project - a cyberpunk thriller by British sci-fi cyberpunk author David J Rodger

Available in paperback or kindle

Paperback : from LULU & kindle: US ($), UK (£), DE (Euro)

IRON MAN PROJECT { novel } Ex-special forces man, Vincent Brent, is tough, ruthless and highly trained; he’s now using his skills for whoever will pay him without cashing in the bounty on his head. In this world of the near future, the UN has failed. Wars are fought in boardrooms through attorneys and politics, and on our streets with private armies of military or criminal assets. In Sicily, the Chief of Security for one such corporate alliance struggles to survive as hidden forces attempt to manipulate him for their own ends. Both these men find their fates intertwined. In the cross-hairs of powerful adversaries, they must both make decisions of life and death in a choice between command and conscience. David J Rodger’s trademark unforgiving rendering of brutal reality, and relentless narrative pace, are here in palm-sweating abundance, delivered in a complex novel that will keep you turning pages until the end.

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