Fantasy Worlds Pt.1 [20 Pics]

Kreola After Earth - The New Venice

Dec 28 2015

What would buildings of the future look like? How would the 7 Wonders of the Old World look today? What would it look like to harvest natural resources in space? What about life under sea?

Find answers to these questions and more in the first installment of our new series, Fantasy Worlds.

Above: Kreola After Earth - The New Venice, by Gurmukh Bhasin

A quiet place - a lost mountain city and civilization

A Quiet Place by Simone De Salvatore

Tomorrowland movie concept art

Tomorrowland movie concept art

Tomorrowland movie concept art.

Past in the Future Series: big buildings

Past in the Future Series: Big Buildings by Evgeny Kazantsev.

Past in the Future Series: bridges

Past in the Future Series: Bridges by Evgeny Kazantsev.

Past in the Future Series: modern shippping port

Past in the Future Series: Ship port by Evgeny Kazantsev.

Past in the Future Series: harvesting resources in space

Past in the Future Series: Harvesting resources in space by Evgeny Kazantsev.

Past in the Future Series: underwater metropolis

Past in the Future Series: Underwater metropolis by Evgeny Kazantsev.

Hidden Gem by Pedro Fernandes.

Japanese Monastery visualisation by-Arqui9.

Another project by Evgeny Kazantsev, this time it's illustration for Gefest Insurance Company 2009 Annual Calendar "What if the ancient wonders of the world remained intact up to our time". Brand: Gefest. Agency: Burjui, Bang! Bang!.

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Lighthouse of Alexandria

Colossus of Rhodes

Tower of Babel

Tropical paradise surrounded by mountains.

Colossus of Rhodes

Japanese monastery of the future

Tower of Babel

City of Atlas by HoustonSharp

City of Atlas

Cityscape by WojtekFus

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