Photo credit: Luis Nostromo
Film buffs are most likely very familiar with Alien, a science fiction horror film directed by Ridley Scott that follows the crew of the commercial space tug Nostromo. It is there where they encounter the eponymous Alien, an extremely dangerous extraterrestrial set loose on the spaceship. Luis Nostromo from Barcelona loves the films so much that he has transformed his apartment into a spaceship-like museum themed after the franchise.
Photo credit: Gregoire Mory / Hanchang Liu
If Jaguar made an all-electric version of the 2020 F-Type with autonomous capabilities, it might look something like the Consul. Think of it as a futuristic spiritual successor to the E-Type, one of the British automaker’s most iconic sports cars. This sleek coupe blends eye-catching looks with electrified performance, making it perfect for a James Bond movie. There’s no word yet on if this model is going to be AWD to maximize grip or RWD to let professional drifters have some fun in it.
Photo credit: Aldekas Studio
The Volkswagen Beetle is essentially a two-door, rear-engine economy car, with seating for up to five occupants, that was manufactured from 1938 until 2003. Over the years, its design has remained consistent, but Aldekas Studio had other things in mind for the iconic vehicle. How so? They used a fender as well as a few other parts from a VW Beetle to create ‘Bugkart Wasowski,’ or a small go-kart to be more specific.
Previously a nuclear missile launch facility somewhere in Kansas, the Survival Condo is a multi-million doomsday bunker that descends 200-feet into the ground and spans 15 floors. It can withstand a nuclear blast to catastrophic weather events. Once you step inside the fortified entrance, there’s plenty of living spaces, heat / energy sources, food / medical supplies and many luxurious you’d expect on the surface.
Photo credit: Doner Designs
In Back to the Future, Marty McFly rocked a Gibson ES-345 electric guitar at the 1955 Enchantment Under the Sea high school dance, but this custom Time Machine bass by Doner Designs might have been more fitting. The Chicago-based father and son duo created this to pay tribute to the Michael J. Fox movie franchise, especially the time-traveling DeLorean, complete with flashing lights, a selectable destination year display and a flux capacitor.