Dino Apocalypse by Simon Berndt / One Horse Town

Shown at Salon 91’s recent “I’d Rather Be Swimming” exhibit, the Cape Town artist envisioned a Fallout-esque, post-nuclear asplode-y time in which radiation-mutated dinosaurs become the standard mode of transportation on the Wild West-like frontier. Taking away all the bombs melting people’s faces stuff, this is a future I can definitely believe in.

Artist: Behance / Flickr / Website

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