Here's Seed, a starkly handsome short film inspired heavily by 1960s and 1970s science fiction cinema. Explains director Tyson Wade Johnston, "Set in the year 2071, where technology has brought mankind to the brink of colonization on a planet named Gaia, one astronaut takes on an isolated mission and discovers…
In this excerpt from Rob Ziegler's new postapocalyptic novel Seed (Night Shade Books), the action is starting to get intense. You're coming into the story at chapter 7, so here's a quick plot summary to get you up to speed:
I know how it is—you're vacationing, but you feel the need to share important updates with the world about how tasty those crabs were. Or how many glasses of sangria you knocked back. But you're lazy, right?
Almost a year ago, Seed magazine's Claire L. Evans created this amazing video that offers a timeline of life on Earth - explained entirely with text, voice, and a ticking clock. It's an artful blend of typography and science. [Seed]