Flooded London by SquintOpera

 - Jul 21, 2008
References: squintopera & dezeen
Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" showed what major cities such as San Francisco and New York would look like when the sea encroached due to global warming. The prepared images were shown from the perspective of satellites. But what about the people living in those cities? SquintOpera prepared five images for the London Architecture Festival to depict what their city would look like and how people would cope.

The fantastic 3D images of a flooded London in 2090 shows people having recovered from the catastrophe of rising sea levels and going about their daily lives. It shows them fishing from Canary Wharf, diving from high inside the dome of St Paul's Cathedral and the fisheye view of St Mary Woolnath! Resurrection experiments at the Tate are also included.

Limited edition prints are available for sale through SquintOpera.com.