Artist Imagines Cities Without Humanity’s Presence (38 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       17 Mar 2021       1682       6 GALLERY VIEW

Chris Morin-Eitner is an artist, architect and photographer from France, who created a project called “Once Upon A Time, Tomorrow”. In it, he shows our modern cities with a twist – humanity is long gone and nature has taken its course. The images are both mesmerizing and quite disturbing.


Singapore, Asia

Shanghai, China

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Athens and the Parthenon

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Venice

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

View of Central Park, New York
Champs Elysees, Paris
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Temple of Abu Simbel, Egypt
Versailles, France
Basilica of the Sacre Coeur, Paris

Berlin, Germany

Moulin Rouge, Paris

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Leaning Tower of Pisa

White House, Washington

Cologne and Cologne Cathedral

Eiffel Tower, Paris

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Hollywood, Los Angeles
Hong Kong

Colosseum, Rome

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Dubai, UAE

Brooklyn Bridge, New York

Arc de Triomphe, Paris

Green Carpet Avenue, New York

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Golden Babylone-Downtown, New York
Museum mile, New York
Times Square, New York
Luxe Calme Volupte, New York

Manhattan Global Park, New York

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Soleil Levant, London
Tower Bridge, London
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Celeste 6 month s ago
Most of those are really bad and poorly photoshoped.
       
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Casper 6 month s ago
Celeste,Agreed, making everything a bit "green" and throwing in a wild animal does not an apocalypse make.
       
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Broderick 6 month s ago
Amerika without politiks is the paradise
       
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Waldo 6 month s ago
Life After people TV series did it better with way better CGI.
       
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Lias 6 month s ago
Waldo,

Good call. I was a big fan of that series & I loved listening to the various experts they brought it. The show is still on History channel online and if it's part of your package you can watch it free. If you want to see some really good local work, check out Tim Wistrom's Seattle series. He started back in the 90's doing Seattle underwater/broken/acopcylpse art work and they turned out very well I always thought. To me, the idea of Seattle underwater is appealing, especially these days.
       
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Karonhappuck 6 month s ago
I would imagine that the time it took the tectonic plates to move Paris/London/New York into tropical zones would have ground the stupid buildings to dust. Just saying.
       
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