May 30, 2010

Orbit: Final Conflict


Took me a couple of months, but I finally figured out which, out-of-place alien Washington embassy in the short-lived, suspiciously-generous-aliens-move-into-Earth TV series Anish Kapoor's wacked out Orbit Tower reminded me of: the one in Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict.


Glad to have that off my plate.

Into Orbit [kosmograd via things]
[images via willwiles and rivenwolf]

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