Whether you believe the apocalypse is coming in 2012 or you think the whole idea is hogwash, there's no avoiding apocalyptic innovation.
These articles below are all inspired by the apocalypse and the end of the world, from post-apocalyptic landscape art installations to zombie dating.
Implications - As the year 2012 edges ever closer, designers, artists and innovators are increasingly upping their focus on the apocalypse. Consumers' focus, however, remains on the poor economy and global warfare, which creates a perfect storm for apocalyptic innovation. By adding a humorous, insightful or slightly subversive twist to this somewhat macabre theme, organizations can avoid fear-mongering and instead inspire awe and interest among consumers.
From Post-Apocalyptic Installations to Zombie Dating
Musicals About Counterculture Festivals
‘How to Survive the Apocalypse' Now Playing
Miniature Metal Armies
'Apocalypt-Ephunt' Figurines by Amanda Visell
Apocalypse Prophecy Films
Roxy Paine's 'Maelstrom' at the Met
Apocalyptic Fashion Shows
Alex Mattsson's Sixth Sun Collection Envisions the Future
Four Bunnies of the Apocalypse
Zombie Online Dating
Proving The Apocalypse Doesn't Have To Be Lonely
Mini Post-Apocalyptic Relics
Jeremy Mora and Robert Reynolds' ‘Picking Up the Pieces'
Animated Terrorist Animals
Apocalypse Meow Brings Manga To Life in Vietnam
Creatures Battle & Morph in the Art of Nicholas di Genova
Karl Lagerfeld's Smoke-Filled Fendi Fall 2009 Campaign
Social Commentary Street Art from Boxi
The Endangered Seed Archive Looks Like An Ice Palace
Apocalyptic Christmas Cards
Photoshopped Seasonal Gloom
Chad Ward's Twisted Digital Apocalypse Art