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Russian illustrator Max Degtyarev created a fantastic 2d rendition of the Moscow underground train stations overtaken by hordes of living dead.
If you haven’t seen this project, you probably, haven’t seen much of the Russian media lately. Max Degtyarev is currently trending among some of the biggest local websites, once again proving that zombies make everything better. Even one of the most crowded metro’s in the world.
During World War II metro stations were supposed to be used as a civil defense unit. In April 1941, Council of People’s Commissars decreed that underground railway was to be accommodated to a mass bomb-proof shelter. After the war new metro stations in the USSR were being designed considering a probability the potential enemy might use weapons of mass destruction — atomic, chemical and bacteriologic. Airshafts were equipped with filters. So, in case of a zombie virus epidemic a metro station can be a long-term shelter for the survivors.
It’s a very funny and realistic depiction of the hypothetical situation. Max is a real perfectionist, so he’s going to change some elements to better fit the functions of various small knobs and manholes in the underground. There’s also an idea to sell this massive painting as a poster, so keep up for more updates!