Sunday, June 22, 2008

Aliens Again

I found this photo at Ruben Frosali's photo blog, Really Japan. This lovely little alien had his picture taken at an exhibition, in Japan, called The Science of Aliens. What an awesome pic! :)

Ruben's other pictures are great too! He is an Italian living in Tokyo, and he photographs what he sees and experiences. Check him out for some great photography!


Dawn Drover said...

hmmm... looks like a "grey" to me :D

bindhiya said...

Is there any Alien's....oh I forgot 'am one in USA' only in US :)
♥ & ((hugs))

Anonymous Mom said...

Hey, I dated this guy's least it looks a lot like him :)

Will go check out Ruben.

Hemanth Potluri said...

this looks like the ET from the war of worlds....may be steven got it from :) was gr8 shot of a died alien

Jay said...

Wouldn't it be cool if it turned out that Aliens actually just looked like us?

Uhh .. maybe not. ;-)

Chris O. said...

That is so unbelievably awesome! What a great pic.

Jessica said...

To all,
LOL :D Yes, awesome picture, one of the best of this type I've seen. I hope that exhibit is making it's way here!

Anonymous said...

Thanks! I'm happy you like my picture.. however, I just took the photo and did some post processing, the real artist behind this alien is who made it! Looks incredibly real.. I have some other shots, so I'll probably post them someday..

I've found a link on that exhibition, there are some photos and quicktime movies, so if you want to check it out, here it is:

The exhibition is pretty interesting, although somehow small. There are 4 main sections, the first one is about aliens in Fiction (with a huge alien from the movie Alien - gosh, I had to take a photo of that big thing too!:( ), the second section is something like "Aliens on earth", there are weird aliens from the abyss and stuff like that.. the third one is about Aliens in the space, with some cool hi-tech stuff to study 3D alien worlds, the space and stuff like that and finally Alien Communication, what we're doing (or at least scientists are doing) to establish the first contact ;)

Jessica said...

Hey Ruben,
Thanks for the link, and the info! I will definitely check it out! :) The exhibit sounds really cool!