Thursday, July 09, 2009

The serenely apocalyptic world of Josh Keyes





Josh Keyes' paintings portray a mythic, jarringly plausible near-future where the excesses of the 21st century have begun to recede into a pastoral landscape, inevitably "repurposed" by a burgeoning animal population.

(Thanks to @PinkTentacle.)

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4 comments:

Red Pill Junkie said...

The kind of art installations the aliens will exhibit after we destroy ourselves and they take over.

...And I don't know why I find that oddly reassuring.

Mac said...

@Junkie

And I don't know why I find that oddly reassuring.

Because ubiquitous government surveillance is for the birds!

Justin said...

These are great, Mac. Thanks for sharing.

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