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Absolutely Stunning Concept Art of Paris 2084

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This is some of the most mind-blowing artwork of future cityscapes we've ever beheld. French artist Paul Chadeisson created these amazing images for the video game Remember Me, previously known as Adrift. It's a polluted, dirty, neon-soaked metropolis, full of corruption, hot latex outfits and flying vehicles. And we want to go there now.

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Check out more of Chadeisson's artwork from Remember Me at the links. [Paul Chadeisson via Concept Art World]

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Corpore Metal

But I wonder though, doesn't Paris have very strict zoning regulations that prevent most buildings from exceeding a certain height?

I have no doubt that the Paris of the future will be filled with advertising and that crazy mixture of ancient and futuristic that all major cities have these days, I just don't think it's going to get much taller than it currently is.