London als Venedig

Publiziert am 3. Oktober 2014 von

London becomes the new Venice. But where the city of the gondola has made an accommodation with the water it sits in, London has become uninhabitable, as every year the Thames Barrier is overwhelmed by spring tides. This image was created by flooding the GMJ London CityModel to 6 metres which is the flood level required to breach the Thames Barrier. The photography was then applied to the digital model and the image was rendered and painted to capture the reflections and light in the water.
This image may be reproduced free of charge to promote and/or review the ‘London Futures Exhibition’ held at the Museum of London. Any further publication of this copyrighted image requires the permission of GMJ. All uses must credit © Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones.
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