At World’s End: Artists Reveal Stunning Post-Apocalyptic Images Of Cities Around The Globe

By Daily Mail Reporter

From New York City to Beijing, a team of artists are shedding light on what the world would be like at the end of humanity.

In Silent World, artists Lucie and Simon have taken the world’s most familiar and populous cities and removed all but one or two people to create the illusion of a lonely world.

In the thought-provoking work, places like the normally bustling Times Square and Tiananmen Square appear absent of their crowds.

Times scare: New York’s normally bustling crossroads of the world is missing all but one person in this Lucie and Simon photograph

Desolate: Paris’ Place de la Concorde is shown without vehicles or people as the Eiffel Tower rises in the background

Empty: Locations like the Beijing railway station would normally be packed with commuters, but not in an imaginative post-apocalyptic world

Where has everyone gone? A woman is seen wandering by herself near New York’s Queensboro Bridge in this Lucie and Simon photo

Instead of multiple exposures, the team used a neutral density filter on their pictures to create scenes right out of the Will Smith film I Am Legend or zombie saga The Walking Dead.

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