Post-apocalyptic animal portraits painted by Martin Wittfooth

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A lot of post-apocalyptic fiction shows men surviving the apocalypse. A confident assumption if you ask me: are we humans strong enough to survive the end of the world? Brooklyn based artist Martin Wittfooth has a different approach on the dark future: his work shows what will happen if animals are the surviving life in a destructed world. The anatomy and detail of the animals in Martin’s work is amazing, and I love the bleak land- and cityscapes in which these animals have to survive. There’s a sense of human destruction in these pieces as well; hopefully people will become more aware of what mankind is doing to this world while admiring these wonderful paintings. Enjoy!

Martin Wittfooth website

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Thank you for reading! What do you think of Martin’s work?

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