The Real-Life Waterworld Project

Waterworld isn’t the kind of movie that makes people think “gee, I’d sure like to live there someday!”, but Brooklyn street artist Swoon saw the film as inspirational- so she started making floating homes out of trash.

Swoon calls her creations “The Swimming Cities of Serenissima”, and back in 2009 she and a few dozen friends crashed the Venice Biennale contemporary art show with their barges made of trash from NYC.

Photographer and lifetime crew member Tod Seelie captured the post-apocalyptic spectacle as the trash barges floated through Venice, giving everyone a glimpse of how people might live on a drowned world.

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Source: neatorama

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