On the pictures of this photographer Moscow city looks like the futuristic world of Fallout or Stalker and inhabited only by deadly zombies.
See also Another View on St.Petersburg
Do the Zombies pee in the metro too?
cant belive I’ve lived in such creepy place
well done. I wonder if these are done with Photoshop, or more traditional darkroom techniques.
Haunting images. Thank you so much for posting.
The only photo I really liked is the world famous Spasskaya Tower.
Amateur Photoshop effects. Boring
These are beautiful, but the photographer has obviously drunk far too much home-made schnapps.
Those who complain that these pictures are lame are still obviously suffering the effect of the Soviet regime. You think you can’t do anything, so you sit there and whine. If you don’t like what you see, make something better, and post that.
Reminds me of nightwatch movies..
Yes, some of the effects are a little over done, and some simpler methods were applied.. But even so, the photography was well done.. and he has a good eye.. I liked the use of color.. not just typical black and white grunge.. I also liked the rusted metals.. the endless subway pic.. and the outer buildings…
Nice work, nice eye, please keep adding..
[...] Finally, to round of this post I leave you with links to two sublime collections of post-apocalyptic Russian art – Apocalypse Now and Moscow Cyberpunk by Goshmar. [...]
What happened there???
Somebody make a terror movie or weird science fiction set in Moscow! And make it quick! Because its tremendously nice!
Nice shots — but technically Moscow Gothic rather than cyberpunk. Cyberpunk combines dystopian imagery with high tech …
This works are made in photoshop or painted in oil?
[...] tempo è sempre più immerso nelle atmosfere futuristiche del nostro genere prediletto, mi segnala questa imperdibile galleria di Goshmar su English Russia: Mosca rielaborata in chiave decisamente avveniristica e molto, molto sporca. [...]
yeah, skeleton children
Lots of great photos on this page. This guy has a fantastic eye for color and mood.
Sure they’re photoshopped, but well done.
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