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"Megalomania" by Jonathan GalesThis movie by Jonathan Gales of architectural animation studio Factory Fifteen imagines the whole of London as a construction site, caught in a state of change that could mean dramatic decay or intensive development.  Buildings on every street appear behind layers of dust and scaffolding, while familiar structures such as the London Eye provide support for clusters of makeshift homes.

Megalomania by Jonathan Gales this movie by Jonathan Gales of architectural animation studio Factory Fifteen imagines the whole of London as a construction site, caught in a state of change that could mean dramatic decay or intensive development.

Hence the term; Grand Staircase

Interior, Awesome Staircase Of Mansion Gothic Victorian Decor: Gothic Victorian Decor Ideas

Submerged Dakota C-47 Aircraft

Plane Under Water: Several things that aren't right here: Airplane underwater, scuba guy floating in front of plane. He kind of looks confused. I mean as confused as someone in full SCUBA gear viewed from the side can i suppose.

Don't know what this is from but it's cool

It's just an art department model of Aunt Josephine's house for "Lemony Snicket's a Series of Unfortunate Events" movie

Rich in detail, the dioramas of Joe Fig’s artist studios and Lori Nix’s photographs of post-apocalyptic scenes she created in miniature are breathtaking in their realism.

12 beautiful iPad wallpapers for a book lover

Nature colonizes everything. Abandoned library with tree. I would love to have a thing of nature in a library it just seem so cool. I mean you can read your book on the tree! Even though it's abandoned that would be awesome.

so pretty.

Julia Solis took these photos of abandoned theaters — a series aptly titled “Stages of Decay”.

Art by Japanese artist called Tokyo Illusion (Aka 東京幻想)

The illustrations of TokyoGenso (a. Tokyo Fantasy) depict a post-apocalyptic Tokyo devoid of people and overtaken by nature. // Yoyogi Station {the link says it is an illustration, but it's cool}

Scuba diving to a sunken ship is defiantly something I want to do!

Shipwreck in the Red Sea

A pair of divers explore the wreck of the Giannis D (originally Shoyo Maru) on the Abu Nuhas reef, Strait of Gubal, Red Sea, Egypt. By British photographer Alex Mustard. He's travelled the world snapping pictures of wrecked ships lying on the sea bed.

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