HR Giger

sculpture

This Sculptor Blends Body Horror into His Classical Approach

Sculptor Daniel Williams reimagines the classical nude sculpture.
Andrew Nunes
6.25.17
Photography

[NSFW] Nocturnal Emission to Mars with This Wild Sci-Fi Erotica

Digital photographer Jeffery Scott creates charged images of a dark, titillating future.
DJ Pangburn
3.2.17
Stuff

How H.R. Giger Invented Sci-Fi's Most Terrifying Monster

Taschen's monograph on the late genius H.R. Giger took ten years to complete and is one of the most comprehensive examinations of the artist's inimitable work. In this excerpt, writer Andreas J. Hirsch explains why Giger's work is like a "Rosetta Stone."
Andreas J. Hirsch
10.16.16
Stuff

Blondie’s Chris Stein on Working with H. R. Giger

We met Blondie's Chris Stein to talk about the art and films of 'Alien' designer H. R. Giger.
Nick Gazin
5.22.15
Art

Your Horoscope Is Horrifying Thanks to These Illustrated Zodiac Nightmares

If these creature concepts by Damon Hellandbrand are any indication, the future looks grim.
Johannes Hausen
1.20.15
News

The Week In GIFs

Another week, more GIFs. Here they are.
Rocco Castoro
5.17.14
Stuff

Things Are Less Sexy Without You, H. R. Giger

We posted an archival <a href=http://www.vice.com/read/hr-giger-works-weekends>interview with Giger</a> yesterday, but I wanted to mourn some more, so I asked some illustrators I know to draw tributes to a guy whose work affected us all so much.
Nick Gazin
5.14.14
Film

HR Giger Works Weekends

An interview with the Swiss surrealist who died yesterday at the age of 74.
VICE Staff
5.13.14
Film

The Legacy of Dune, Jodorowsky’s “God” Film

Lamenting the failed Dune adaptation from the director of <i>The Holy Mountain</i>.
Moze J. Halperin
5.30.13
Art

Original Creators: Biomechanical Surrealist H.R.Giger

We take a look at some iconic artists from numerous disciplines who have left an enduring and indelible mark on today’s Creators.
Kevin Holmes
11.12.12
Fashion

Control Nange Magro's Mechapolypse Dress With Your Mind

<p>Wear what you think.</p>
Kathleen Flood
7.9.12