How Japanese Woodblock Prints Will Commemorate The Apocalypse

World-shattering meteorites, future famines, and rising sea levels get the Japanese ukiyo-e treatment in this series of apocalyptic illustrations styled after woodblock prints.

Collaborating with art director Michi Toki, illustrator Andrew Archer made these images and more for a California Magazine story about how the world might end. You can see the rest of the series at his blog. It's not all dinosaurs and giant squid.

How Japanese Woodblock Prints Will Commemorate The Apocalypse

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