A City Built Out Of Salvaged Robots

The city belonged to robots. Or maybe was just made of robots. When you first entered its broad, shady streets you had no idea what you were looking at. Until you realized that the buildings themselves were alive.

Paul Lasaine is a production designer at DreamWorks animation, and has also worked at Sony and was an art director for the Lord of the Rings trilogy (hence the awesome images of Mordor, Helm's Deep, and the elves' village). See more of Lasaine's stuff, including same damn cute penguins, on his blog. [spotted on Concept Ships]

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Salvage City

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Salvage architecture

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Pod architecture

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Caras Galadhon

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Epilogue City

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Helms Deep

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Space Junk

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Morphing building

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Mordor

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DISCUSSION

Number four is beautiful! Though, I might be inclined to like it because it looks remarkably like the Ewok village.