Futuristic site io9 ran a fascinating story a couple of days ago that one of our brighter interns brought to our attention. As huge fans of not only sci-fi, but of almost all things vintage, the only recently emerging details about the props present in director Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner” definitely brightened our day. It’s no secret that we up here at Tiananmen Square Dance have a bit of a collective hard on for that film, so we’re in awe of the level of expertise it takes to create and then sustain such a captivating mood with things like music, aesthetics, lighting, and dialogue. What’s not as well known, however, is just how much detail the aforementioned director apparently requires when creating those evocative scenes. Case in point: incredibly detailed magazine covers created by concept artist Tom Southwell appearing briefly in the background during one scene in grimy futuristic L.A. Do tha right thing, and visit io9’s original article here about the findings for further details.