McFarlane Toys worked closely with Swiss surrealist H.R. Giger to create this limited-edition three-dimensional sculpture of Giger's classic Li II painting. Giger's biomechanical dreamscapes formed the cornerstone of his fame and his most famous book, Necronomicon, served as the visual inspiration for director Ridley Scott's movie Alien. To learn more about the artist, visit HRGigerMuseum.com.
We lost one of our greatest inspirations when H.R. Giger died the other day. But his artworks will live on and yield more creative bounty in the years to come. To celebrate his life and career, here's a showcase of the most incredible (and unnerving) artworks of H.R. Giger.