A pair of smoke-blowing alien muppets took turns singing the phrase "Sclrap Flyapp" on a 1968 episode of "The Ed Sullivan Show".
Michael Edwards took the 1986 trailer for the James Cameron film Aliens and edited it to give it a thoroughly modern spin.
Craftsman Cao Shennge created an absolutely exquisite Alien King Maquette out of 200 recycled tires.
ROV Hercules captured the movements of a mysterious jellyfish that resembled, at times, a Facehugger from "Alien" films.
Chris-Rachael Oseland of Kitchen Overlord has written "Alien: The Official Cookbook", recipes inspired by the "Alien" movies.
Folks Films created a one-minute retelling of the plot from "Alien" using items commonly found around households and daily life.
French prankster Rémi Gaillard ticked people UFO sightings, which led to a stray alien showing up in rather odd but commonplace locations.
Swedish artist and craftsman Love Hulten created the Ferrofluid Drum Synth using a Deton8 synthesizer from Twisted Electrons.
Sunil Krishnan captured wonderful footage of the ancient Vittala Temple with 56 musical pillars that play different notes when struck.
Artist Danny Huynh created an incredible animatronic Alien Xenomorph that rocks out on a green electric guitar.