My spine is the... parasitic skyscraper growth?

Prosthetic Gardens


10 Responses:

  1. editer says:

    That's pretty darn cool.

  2. ralesk says:

    As always, fitting song title is fitting.

    These things looks wicked cool though.

  3. elanswer says:

    One falls, the others go with.

  4. Everybody wants prosthetic gardens on their real gardens.

  5. tiger0range says:

    And I will subject the world to more lolcat memes unless this plan is carried out for real.

  6. very interesting

  7. wisn says:

    Irregular green surfaces sloping outwards with only a thin non-reflective window in the way? No, this would not kick my acrophobia into heart-seizure overdrive, because I'll be staying on the ground, sipping a coffee, and taking photos of everybody else losing their shit trying to walk around inside those things.

  8. benchilada says:

    You can only see a tiny bit of it in this frame, but that's kinda what the fictional-overlapping-reality world of Orqwith looked like in Grant Morrison's DOOM PATROL.

  9. daikon says:

    Ugh. I can only imagine how sinister those things would look after a year of exposure in a city environment.

    Why cant architects understand that shit gets dingy when left outside in a city, not just from air pollution but from the inevitable particulate matter that settles on everything, and adjust materials & colors accordingly?