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Have you ever wondered what everyday items might look like in 100 years? Maico Akiba, a Japaneese  illustrator/sculptor, decided to answer that question with his new project titled “100 Years Later.” Like the name suggests, Maico fabricated rust paint and moss onto every day objects to give them an archaeological look. This corrosion project definitely infuses you with an apocalyptic feeling. Enjoy!

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. When I'm not working here, I'm out taking photos. Follow me on Instagram: @igorovsyannykov

6 Comments

  1. I feel like I have over 100 years. lol

  2. someone got a photoshop brush of moss and corrosion, 😀
    so its a 2 months fall in gutter would have the same effects not 100 years 😀

    cheers

  3. normal… olas?l?klar dahilinde.. ancak metal ve plastik parçalar?n geri dönü?ümü olas?l??? böyle ?eyleri göremeyece?imiz anlam? gelir..

  4. My initial impression (based on title) was that this would be a Futurist vision of everyday items in 100 years :(. That would be a rather complex undertaking to not only foresee the changes in design but, the actual changes what would be considered an “everyday item”. I would suppose everyday items in 2113 might differ 🙂

  5. Neat. What protected the insides of those Stan Smith’s? Why didn’t they age in tandem with the outside?

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