I did a post last March here about the upcoming SF Film Moon being directed in the UK by Duncan Jones, son of David Bowie. The film really looks like a return to old school filmaking in a lot of ways, Jones had already said he was influenced by the films of the 70's such as Silent Running and Alien, and from these pictures of the sets and on set graphics you can really see that, the markings below really harken back to those done by Ron Cobb for the Nostromo in Alien
Moon also is using quite extensive miniature work to create it's FX, these are being handled by Bill Pearson who way back helped create the FX for Alien and Outland and more recently the miniature work for Casino Royale and AVP: Alien vs. Predator.
Below is pictured one of the Helium 3 Harvester's which works on the moon surface collecting the rocks to extract the Helium 3 gas, a company called Think Tank Studios have created set, prop and vehicle designs in CG which have been recreated into miniatures and full size sets.
I'm really looking forward to this film, it looks like it'll be very character driven due to the nature of the story with just a core group of actors. And looking forward to seeing FX that combine old and new techniques.
If you want to see more pictures of the sets and miniatures then you can go to the Think Tank Studios site here where you can view them or dowload Zip files with higher rez pictures.