The Ultimate In Urban Recycling

Canadian artist David Trautrimas creates imaginary cities of the future by digitally-manipulating photographs of found objects into steampunk-esque surreal urban environments as part of his Habitat Machines series. [Habitat Machines] (Via)

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DaveFraser
Discodave: R.O.A.C.H. M.O.T.E.L.

#6 looks like something out of Metropolis to me - That's both a good and a bad thing, though.

They do evoke memories of the futuristic architectural designs of Stalinist Russia; Bauhaus and American modernism but, for that same reason, they seem dated and part of a debunked future that never came about.