what i require from you today is not cute anime girls, nor is it simple pixel art of quiet landscapes. those are aesthetic in their own way, but not what is needed for this thread,
what i need are beautiful images that depict aesthetics created by humans. from film, photography, videos, anything. i want aesthetic, beauty is not necessary. drawings that fit aesthetic beyond the anime aesthetic (though they can be pictured through the anime aesthetic) are allowed, as well,
Thank you for the many images! I appreciate them and shall post my thoughts on the aesthetics they portray,
The style of the spaceships of the 20th century truly matched the futurism of the space age and were also a rustic reminder of our humanity. i miss that era,,,
i especially love this image, it promises a future of hope, perhaps unearned, but truly beautiful nonetheless,,,
i must admit that i am not a huge fan of the look of the Enterprise, but i do like this image. The imposition of the ship, the clouded mystery of the planet, it all contributes to an almost futuristic atmosphere,
The separation between the mechanical coldness of space and the brutality and storminess of Saturn(?) is well shown here,
I believe this is a repost from another thread, but i do love it for reasons stated there,
the beauty in the machinery that allows for the operation of this hatch is immense, and it makes me appreciate the engineers who poured their heart into it even more.
emptiness, coldness, futurism. perhaps the three main features of the 80s aesthetic that crept into the futurism of the 60s, and created eery but serene atmospheres. perhaps one of the crowning achievements of the era. this aesthetic is perfect.
Those storms are on Jupiter, not Saturn this painting depicts the atmospheric probe that descended to analyze the turbulent atmosphere of Jupiter it transmitted data for about an hour before being crushed like a german uboot that tries to explore the abyss. I have a hypothesis that that probe was the size of a pea the moment it hit the core, perhaps it could be smaller, anyway it's under a crap ton of liquid hydrogen metal. Turning Hydrogen into a metal is the holy grail of pressure physics.