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Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world

Apocalypse now: Russian artist Vladimir Manyuhin transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world

Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world

Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world | Mail Online

Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world

Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world (article & more photos)

The light had been on for over 50 years, but no one had seen it until today…(My daughter saw this photo I pinned and told me its been photo-shopped. She could be right, but I checked and there is a sunken village in Thailand and few other place)

Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world

Welcome to the jungle: This image of New York's Times Square from Russian artist Vladimir Manyuhin's Life after the Apocalypse is reminiscent of scenes from the 2007 film I am Legend

Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world

Apocalypse now: Russian artist transforms real-life photographs to show how cities might look after the end of the world | Mail Online