Alex Andreyev Shows the Life of Insects & Critters on the Subway

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: • References: alexandreev & behance.net
Alex Andreyev is showing us the life of the dark subway underground, and it's not pretty: unless you like incredibly oversized insects.

The subway art shows monstrous creepy crawlies coming from out of the subway tunnels, giant cockroaches in the hallways, and even giant tarantulas in the subway tubes. This creepy collection is the kind of thing I have nightmares about, but the collection is fun to look at.

Implications - SECOND SENTENCE DOESN'T MAKE SENSE

Consumers are increasingly looking for a way to escape the narrow confines of their day to day lives. Insects and Critters on the subway allows the viewer a everyday starting to launch their imaginations. Companies should consider how to offer their customers escapist experiences. Stats for Metro Monsters Trending: Older & Chilly
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