We want to invite you to participate in the 2nd edition of IllustraFuturs, an initiative that wants to show by illustrations how cities, transports, people, technology and/or environment are going to be in 2100.
The 15 selected illustrations will be showed in a exhibition in CosmoCaixa (Museum of Science in Barcelona, Spain). Three of the illustrations will be awarded with a Wacom graphic tablet (Cintiq 13 HD model version).
Send your proposal (594 mm width x 420 mm high) at 300 dpi) through this link illustrafuturs.info/en/partici…, before 31 July 2015.
I hope it will be interesting for you!
Miquel Baidal Crespo
Hank: "In the philosophical sense?"
Steve: "No dude, I mean like... what the hell are we doing? we have these awesome holographic computers and then these big-honking-space-cranes behind us lifting boxes..."
Hank: "Yeah, so? it's the future. Everything's holographic and there's big-honking-space-cranes. What's your point?"
Steve: "I'm not seeing the connection between the funky blue computers and the big-honking-space-cranes...."
Hank: "Ohh, well you see the cranes.... uhh...."
Steve: "Never really thought about it?"
Hank: "Not once...."
It's always been a pet hobby of mine whenever I watch Sci-fi to examine certain bits of technology or how certain things are set up and wonder "what IS that? what purpose does it serve? Why is it like that?"
And this time it's just that there's shiny holographic computer core things set next to industrial sized cranes. It makes me wonder exactly what the story is in this picture.
^^ Nice creation!