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The Day After by fstarno The Day After by fstarno
A matte-painting of the reconstruction of New York on top of buildings, after a disaster.
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eskiwoods Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I love this! It makes me want to scroll around and look at the rest of the city :)
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Red-Yesterday Featured By Owner May 16, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
this sort of reminds me of my hollyday in Nanjing (China). when i looked out of my hotel window from 19th floor, i looked down on the top of buildings with garden like thees on the roof :)
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TheColombianOne Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2009
I wonder how society would work in such a city. Would the original levels of the building become slums? How would the economy adapt? What about transportation?

I guess that's why I love even the worst disaster movies. They really make you think about how fragile or adaptive we are
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9board6 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2009
the lucky survivors, i guess
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chadsharpe Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2009
.i'd happily live there
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TheShadowMachinery Featured By Owner May 8, 2008
Wow, this is awesome! The idea is fantastic, and all those details and everything! You sure are really professional at what you do.
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MrRobot Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008
oh shit, Al Gore WAS right
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Nemo111 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008
Very creative, I like this idea. ^^
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Loyck Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008
Very nice !
I like bridges between buildings ^^
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squizzlenut Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
I live the rope bridge across to the church, and the little boats down in the streets are an excellent touch.
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