"Koji Yamamura's vision of the future is based on a painting by Pieter Bruegel." Image Source: BBC.
The BBC is currently running a contest, What If? Visions of the Future, asking people to submit - in a variety of visual media, from animation to tapestries - what they think the future will look like:
The BBC invited six artists to provide visions to kick off the contest; most of them came up with apocalyptic pictures. Further information on how to participate is here.This year the BBC is looking into the future, finding out what it holds for health, education, transport and even love. The season is called What If? - and we want you to be a part of it. What does the future look like to you? We want to know and we want you to share your vision of the world as part of our competition - you could even win a laptop worth £2,500.
There's a touch of Mordor to animator Glenn Hatton's futuristic city. Animation Still. Image Source: BBC.
"Children's author and illustrator Levi Pinfold's illustration is fueled by concern." Image Source: BBC.
"Spain's 'photographer-poet' Chema Madoz's vision is based on natural resources." Image Source: BBC.
Abdoulaye Konaté's tapestry is a mediation on humans and their environment in the future. Image Source: BBC.