Machines

Deams creates these alien robotic structures based on the graffiti model of wild style mechanics. Pieces produced on a large scale surface to represent the name are manipulated to create organic machines ready for an invasion through your retinas and into your brain.

It is not known if all of these craft are stationary or move to various positions. Many skywatchers report observing what appear to the naked eye as ‘stars’ which seem to move to different locations if watched carefully.

For the enthralled onlookers who reported the mysterious and luminary “aeroships” during the 1890′s, cavernous space seemed to be opening new secrets and potentials for humanity. The whole nation watched the night skies for signs of strange crafts, ships “from an unknown world”. Gossamer fabrications, their solid geometric shapes gradually acquired other mystifying attributes. Like a vision, which forms from mist and slowly clarifies to sharpness with time, the aeroships “became” identifiable as some bizarre craft for transportation. Colored lights, flashing lights, searchlight beacons, turbines, sounds … the sounds came after a sizable population saw the objects, and …vaguely “human personages”.

Yet across the gulf of space, minds that are to our minds as ours are to those of the beasts that perish, intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic, regarded this earth with envious eyes, and slowly and surely drew their plans against us. 
H. G. Wells (1898), The War of the Worlds
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