Every action causes ripples… consequences both obvious and unforeseen.
After months of fevered work modeled on the white tulip schematic that Walter had left behind, Peter’s machine was discovered by Olivia, who confronted him when Fringe Division surveillance had noticed unusual power fluctuations in the warehouse housing his makeshift lab. She was even more upset to discover that Peter had been bringing Etta to his clandestine work sessions all along.
When Broyles sent a Fringe Division containment team into the lab - against Olivia’s wishes - Etta heard them coming. Knowing she was in big trouble, she thought they were coming for her. The machine seemed like a safe place to hide.
She didn’t know that no one should ever touch the petals - especially not Henrietta Bishop.
This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #148 and is part of the Fringe Forward series.
After David Robert Jones’ death and the closing of the Bridge between universes, his remaining shapeshifters were left abandoned and stranded on both sides. Hunted by Fringe Division, many of them took on desperate lives of petty crime, and the most resourceful of them somehow succeeded in punching through a new conduit between the universes, in hopes of smuggling valuable goods.
The intermittently existent tunnel beneath a parking garage could not be sealed with amber, and horrifically killed nearly every Fringe agent who was sent in… and a good number of unfortunate shapeshifters besides. Convinced her past dosing with cortexiphan offered her more protection, Olivia volunteered for the dangerous mission of tracking them. One got away, but she managed to get closer to the edge than anyone in Fringe Division had.
It was after this that she began having the nightmares.
This painting (click for full size version) is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #269.
Overwhelmed with the sheer amount of notes and other materials that Walter had left for her, Astrid sought the help of experts at Massive Dynamic. But it didn’t take long for the prediction in Walter’s letter to come true. When they delayed returning Walter’s notebooks, Astrid went to New York to find out why. Nina Sharp, who now divided her time between running Massive Dynamic and Fringe Division’s new science wing, invited her to attend the spring meeting of the Board. But the cordial mood soon changed as Astrid realized there was little chance of getting the notebooks back. Determined not to leave empty-handed, she took one old journal with her - the one that Nina seemed to want the most.
This painting is part of an ongoing monthly series of speculative art. It was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #165 and is part of the Fringe Forward series.
While Astrid was unable to understand much of the science in Walter’s grandfather’s journal, as an FBI linguistic specialist she could understand the German perfectly… and she was also beginning to understand why Massive Dynamic had been so interested in hanging on to it.
This artwork is part of the Fringe Forward series and was inspired by Fringe 365 Project entry #230.
"Trust me when I tell you, I am in complete control."
He did it! I can’t believe he did it! Andy Price made pony versions of the Fringe characters and cameoed them in the comic. He even gave Walter his milkshake! Noticed them after going back and taking a closer look at the art last night.
Top two pics are of “Our universe” Walter, Olivia, and Peter.
Bottom four are of “Over There” (Alternate Universe) Olivia and Walter AKA Fauxlivia and Walternate.
If the Fringe fandom is alive let me know.
“You have the most extraordinary gifts… But the only one you were denied, was knowing it.”
"Belly! You’re a painting!"