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Cities Without People By Chris Morin-Eitner (38 pics)

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  • 18 Mar, 2021  |
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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

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Shanghai, China


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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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Athens and the Parthenon


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Venice



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Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles


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View of Central Park, New York


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Champs Elysees, Paris


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Temple of Abu Simbel, Egypt


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Versailles, France


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Basilica of the Sacre Coeur, Paris


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Berlin, Germany


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Moulin Rouge, Paris


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Leaning Tower of Pisa


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White House, Washington


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Cologne and Cologne Cathedral


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Eiffel Tower, Paris


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Hollywood, Los Angeles


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Hong Kong


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Colosseum, Rome


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Dubai, UAE


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Brooklyn Bridge, New York


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Arc de Triomphe, Paris


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Green Carpet Avenue, New York


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Golden Babylone-Downtown, New York


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Museum mile, New York


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Times Square, New York


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Luxe Calme Volupte, New York


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Manhattan Global Park, New York


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Soleil Levant, London


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Tower Bridge, London


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London



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№1 Author: styopa (18 Mar 2021 17:11) Total user comments: 1460


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This guy spent a lot of time basically just dumb-photoshopping overlays of vines and plants into city pictures.

The photoshopping itself is terrible; I know 12 year olds that do a better more subtle job.

And...you really think if so much time has passed that vast swathes of vines cover the London Bridge, that those girders are still going to be standing unharmed? Windows not broken in those buildings?

I can't believe this is considered "art" or creative. Maybe for a 3rd grade class.
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