10 Out Of This World Alien Fan Art Designs

October 4, 2012

The search for aliens has been a hot topic in the news as of late, from the Mars rover Curiosity finding evidence of ancient running water to a large private donation for SETI to the Royal Astronomer predicting the discovery of alien life within 40 years.  Apparently, aliens sell newspapers – but not as well as the latest political guffaw.  The realm aliens really dominate is entertainment, proven by the fact that movies and television shows featuring aliens have been popular with the masses for decades.  in tribute to those whose cinematic imaginations have been light years ahead of their times, I’ve shared 10 of the coolest alien fan art designs here.

1.  Kodos by VegasMike

A staple character in “The Simpsons” Halloween specials, the designer uses shades of blue and purple to add drama to his design. KODOS by ~VegasMike on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-40-46  

2.  Baby Alien by imaginism

Just another one of those creatures that look so adorable as babies, but grow up to be a handful! Baby Alien by `imaginism on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-43-01  

3.  ALF Redesign by Light-Schizophrenia

"ALF" was one of my favorite TV shows as a kid.  No way the Tanners would have let this version hide out in their kitchen! Alf Redesign by ~Light-Schizophrenia on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-44-11  

4.  E.T. and Roger by Bartje006

If E.T. phoned, would "American Dad" take him in? E.T. And Roger by ~bartje006 on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-46-51  

5.  Chewbacca and Han Solo by Bayanghitam

The “Star Wars” duo is reimagined for 2012! Chewbacca and Han Solo by bayanghitam on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-49-54  

6.  Doctor Who Space Travel by David Hoffrichter

The time-traveling alien-doctor embarks on yet another journey. Doctor Who Space Travel by DavidHoffrichter on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-50-27  

7.  Spock by Syrkell

Finally, an energetic and exciting design of Spock, perhaps the most famous “Star Trek” character. Spock fan Art star trek by Syrkell on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-52-10  

8.  Avatar by Patrick Brown

“Avatar” is the new kid on the block when it comes to classic alien movies, and this is one of the sweetest “Avatar” designs I’ve seen. Avatar by PatrickBrown on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-53-56  

9.  Stargate Tribute by Wen-JR

You do not mess with Sekhmet, the lion war goddess! Stargate tribute by Wen-JR on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-57-14  

10.  Predator by gavwoodhouse

You don’t remember a balloon-wielding Predator riding an old-time bicycle?  Must have been in the director’s cut. Predator by ~gavwoodhouse on deviantART - Google Chrome_2012-10-02_11-58-53

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Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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January 07, 2016 03:22 am #

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