Landscapes Brilliantly Turned On Their Heads in This Digital Campaign | Moss and Fog. We love the elegance of these cityscapes and landscapes that have been flipped on their heads to create impossible scenery. Originally designed for a United Airlines in Australia campaign, the ads used the tagline ‘Dreamers Welcome’ to announce the service of their 787 Dreamliner plane service.
From a surreal look down the Brooklyn Bridge leading to a vertical Central Park, to a paddle board down an impossible Colorado River, the scenes draw the eye in. Really fun work created by Cream Electric Art. Like this: Like Loading... Landscapes Brilliantly Turned On Their Heads in This Digital Campaign | Moss and Fog. Bernal sphere. Long-term space habitat, proposed in 1929 by J. D. Bernal, consisting of a large hollow spherical shell filled with air Exterior of a Bernal sphere Interior of a Bernal sphere A Bernal sphere is a type of space habitat intended as a long-term home for permanent residents, first proposed in 1929 by John Desmond Bernal.
Bernal's original proposal described a hollow non-rotating spherical shell 10 mi (16 km) in diameter, with a target population of 20,000 to 30,000 people. The Bernal sphere would be filled with air. O'Neill versions Island One In a series of studies held at Stanford University in 1975 and 1976 with the purpose of speculating on designs for future space colonies, Dr. Island Two O'Neill envisioned the next generation of space habitat as a larger version of Island One. Image gallery The inside of the sphere as viewed from the sunlight "portal" Agricultural module of a Bernal Sphere Exterior of a Bernal sphere See also References