The movie Office Space is a real classic. A bunch of classic scenes and characters is found in the film. One of the most memorable is clearly Milton Waddams. His pathetic existence in the office landscape created a series of classic moments. His prized possession is his Swingline singline stapler. I have created a tribute to Milton and his stapler. T-shirts, prints and other products you can find in my Redbubbleshop .
Flash Gordon is a classic comic book and also bit of a cult classic when it comes to film. One of the characters is the merciless Ming who is the villain and Flash Gordon’s arch nemesis. In the cult classic from the 1980s, Ming portrayed by actor Max Von Sydow. He makes a very good interpretation and it is primarily on his interpretation that I base my tribute on. T-shirts, prints and other products you can find in my shop .
On November 21, 1783 was made the first free flight was made by Pilatre de Rozier and the Marquis d’Arlandes they flew for 25 minutes and a distance of 910 meters over Paris in their hot air balloon. A milestone in human technological history. I have done my interpretation of this famous balloon.
As youprobalby already know, I ‘m fascinated by space. In 1957 Sputnik 1 was sent into space. For the first time man had managed to send a satellite into space. I do not know what it is, but the 1950’s design and space aestetics appeals to me and even though Sputnik 1 was the first, I think Sputnik 3 has a cooler design.
Awyway here is my tribute to Sputnik 3 and it’s spaceflight. T-shirts, bags and other products can be found in my Redbubble shop .
Jules Verne has been a great inspiration not only in literature, his books mixes adventure, science and excitement in a wonderful mix. Perhaps his most famous books is Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and Around the World in 80 days. But another gem in among his books are From the Earth to the Moon. In this book, Verne predicts a number of things including that man will travel to the moon and that the rocket will originate from Florida, U.S.A.. But other things are not quite right, Jules Verne uses a huge cannon to shoot out the “rocket”, in order for it to leave Earth’s atmosphere.