Lori Nix Creates Abandoned Displays to Mimic a Disaster Aftermath

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Dec 17, 2010   Updated: Aug 9 2011 • References: lorinix.net & fastcodesign
These featured images by Lori Nix provide its audience with insight on how the world would be if attacked by some catastrophic event.

The photographer puts her imagination to the test with this amazing and vivid display. The amazing thing is that these images were not photoshopped, but are actually photos of dioramas creatively constructed by Lori Nix.

Each diorama took from one to fifteen months to create and the end result is astonishing.

Implications - It's weird to think, but post-apocalyptic movies and novels have been a major part of our society since the early 1950s. Science fiction writers and directors have been making hay out of a potential global destruction. What can we say? Humans can't seem to get enough out of our own oblivion. Stats for Apocalyptic Photoshoots Trending: Older & Warm
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