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Rainbow Bridge - The illustrations of TokyoGenso depict a post-apocalyptic Tokyo devoid of people and overtaken by nature

If only our cities were more like this...

Urban Jungle by Jonas de Ro, although this is a painting I thought it deserved a place on here!

Portfolio - Ioan Dumitrescu - Concept Artist

The Art Of Animation, Ioan Dumitrescu -- so this could be one of the edges of the Dustways, where they merge with the ocean.

Plants and animals will take over, and things left behind when people move will be overgrown. We will see real “ghost towns” where no one lives and to where no one travels. These are obvious consequences....For the full story read A Journey into the Multiverse - Level 4 papers http://wespenre.com/index.htm

One of the things that I admired about the game was its beautiful environments. They were beautiful, and way better than most games. The Last of Us

Secret structures under iconic buildings…

Secret structures under iconic buildings…

Schusev State Museum of Architecture: Discover the full story // Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Russia, Moscow, Russia // Production: Carioca Studio

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in California's nuclear power plants overloaded, and the state was left an irradiated wasteland. Despite multiple rescue efforts, the entire West Coast was deemed unsalvageable, and was left to rest in peace.

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Post-apocalyptic Tokyo, illustrations by Tokyo Genso -- Cartoon. Gallery of imagined post-apocalyptic Tokyo.

After fifteen years, plants have decided that they're in charge of buildings

A realistic look at a world that could be found in a Dystopian universe, it has a good use of bright colour while also giving a feeling of ambience and abandonment.