José García aka Cutangus is a former tank commander, Spanish Army. From early 2000s he’s building an alternative universe of his own – with hordes of scary vehicles, aircraft and, recently, mechanical soldiers. Here’s a quote from his Flickr profile:
Tired of the tyranny of the flesh, I became involved in secret experiments related to the translation of human conscience to bioelectric devices. The result is that I’m currently enclosed in Fugaco-class mechanical bodies, actually under development.
We are happy to present a selection of Cutangus’ artwork, in chronological order. Every image is linked to its Flickr page.
AVT-260-N. An imaginary war machine belonging to the German Imperial Army, has the Great War lasted four or five years more.
AERODYNE-Y II. Invented design of a three-fuselage destroyer aircraft of 1945 vintage.
CIRCULAR WINGS OF THE LUFTWAFFE I
AERODYNE RAF FLYING OVER CLOUDS, 1946. An imaginary aircraft belonging to Royal Air Force.
CONCEPT VEHICLE 283. To run over the vast plains under the Oceans.
ROBOTIC BATTLE MACHINE
U.S. NAVY VTOL ATTACK AIRPLANE, 1951
PANZERJÄGER 5000 (Late Version) 1948
THREE A.I. GUYS IN THE ARMY
MECHANICAL ELEFANT (I)
SLOW-WALKING TRACTOR (U.S. ARMY VERSION)
LUFTWAFFE '46 (II)
FORMATION FLIGHT (I)
AERODYNE 105 Soviet climb. Armoured, heavily armed point-defense interceptor.
AVTOMAT 317 B09. This machine was developped by Siemens and AEG during 1947 and included the latest computational device from Konrad Zuse.
Mod.106 Imperial Japanese Army
HEAVY, LONG RANGE V.T.O.L. INTERCEPTOR
AIR RACERS 46
Cu-132-B IN GREY. Simple, monochromatic view of the winged variant of the Cu-132 Vertical Take-Off and Landing aircraft.
UNDERWATER FIGHTER INTERIOR
SOVIET ATTACK HELICOPTER (I)
Cu-137-E FLYING HIGH
© 2012 José García. All rights reserved. You may also like to visit the artist’s gallery @ Deviantart
- José García