Artist Turns Famous Brands into Post-Apocalyptic Buildings

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Artist Turns Famous Brands into Post-Apocalyptic Buildings

 

Artist Turns Famous Brands into Post-Apocalyptic Buildings


Post-apocalyptic worlds have always inspired artists. And this is particularly the case of Ruben Kos, better known under the pseudonym of Rbnks, who imagines famous brands in this universe for a result as realistic as it is incredible.


Surrounded by vast expanses of nature, the motion designer from the Netherlands has “honors” brands by representing their headquarters or buildings belonging to them in an atmosphere of the end of the world but always with a touch of humor or of irony. To do this, Ruben uses certain elements specific to the services they offer in real life.


Pepsi is thus represented by several tanks that we imagine to contain soda, Netflix takes the form of a stack of containers associated with satellite dishes or even Disney seems to have found refuge in abandoned trains with the only symbol of a floating giant Mickey's head. In air, the world in which large companies still seem to survive ... but in less great shapes all the same.


Below, we let you discover Ruben's achievements which can also be found on his Instagram account. Checkout below how Artist Turns Famous Brands into Post-Apocalyptic Buildings. 

Artist Turns Famous Brands into Post-Apocalyptic Buildings

Artist Turns Famous Brands into Post-Apocalyptic Buildings




Artist Turns Famous Brands into Post-Apocalyptic Buildings





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