ByFleet Commander, writer at Creators.co

It's 04/26, today is the day for us to take a visual trip back to the xenos infested pit that is LV-426.

Artist's from around the world have come together to create a whole host of superbly detailed pieces celebrating Ridley Scott's 1979 horror masterpiece.

Alien inspired motorcycle and chair designs
Alien inspired motorcycle and chair designs

We've seen it all; from crazy-ass motor bike designs, to some unbelievable looking "office chairs"; the now extensive list of Alien movies has already spurred on inspiration for so many different peoples creations. And it's H.R Giger's incredibly memorable designs of the Xenomorphs we have to thank for that.

H.R Giger at work airbrushing details
H.R Giger at work airbrushing details

A quality collection of posterized works have been gathered for you to check out below. Not only that but as mentioned director, Neil Blomkamp (who's been working on Alien 5) has added to the buzz and revealed a new grown-up character portrait of Newt from Aliens. Confirming she'll be making a return in the upcoming movie.

First up is a series of prints on offer from NY's Bottleneck Gallery. They were commissioned for a screening of Alien that they're holding tonight, which is sold out. Included is a stylish piece by Chris Skinner and a magnificent neon coloured variant print from Godmachine.

Alien by Chris Skinner
Alien by Chris Skinner
Jonesy (Pink Variant) by Godmachine
Jonesy (Pink Variant) by Godmachine
LV-426 by Mark Englert
LV-426 by Mark Englert
Alien Poster by Laurent Durieux
Alien Poster by Laurent Durieux

Next is the selection of limited edition screen prints available over on Mondo.

Alien by Kilian Eng
Alien by Kilian Eng
Alien poster by Mike Saputo
Alien poster by Mike Saputo
X-Ray Print by Jay Shaw
X-Ray Print by Jay Shaw

And last but not least, a trio of deadly independent artists works. Starting with a vector creation from the ever excellent, Orlando Arocena. Followed by a killer design from T-Rex Jones. And one just uploaded by Warner Bros. Animation's Art Director, the amazing, Dan Hipp.

Alien by Orlando Arocena
Alien by Orlando Arocena
Alien Day by T-Rex Jones
Alien Day by T-Rex Jones

Hope you enjoyed the lot. For more Alien day happenings check in on Twitter. Or if you fancy continuing to look at more Ripley-related artwork, you can take a gander at some pages from the official illustrated graphic novel.

Later.

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