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New York creatives are making dioramas of settings devoid of humans

United States Architecture News - Jun 30, 2016 - 10:36   8433 views

New York creatives are making dioramas of settings devoid of humans

Traveling is overrated. Just ask New York creatives Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber, who explore otherworldly places from the comfort of their apartment, making dioramas of settings devoid of humans. Their ongoing series - titled "The City" - imagines a parallel universe where humankind is extinct and nature has already started to reclaim the concrete jungle. Think of it as a journey through apocalyptic architecture......Continue Reading

New York creatives are making dioramas of settings devoid of humans

Gerber furnished the miniature spaces, sculpting all of the tiny props found inside. 

New York creatives are making dioramas of settings devoid of humans

Their ongoing 'The City' imagines a parallel universe where humankind is extinct and nature has already started to reclaim the concrete jungle.

New York creatives are making dioramas of settings devoid of humans

Each diorama takes between seven to 15 months to build.

All images courtesy of Nix+Gerber

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