The Third World War at its climax. The blinding light of nuclear explosions, civilization in the arms of a destructive... Read More
World War at its climax. The blinding light of nuclear explosions, civilization
in the arms of a destructive fire.
For a fraction
of an instant, what has been created over several thousand years, like a thin
sheet of paper, burns out - the whole familiar world flares up in order to
plunge into darkness forever.
Tower turns to dust, the Statue of Liberty crumbles with a pile of shapeless
debris, the clock on the Spasskaya Tower measures the time for the last time
for those who personify the creative energy that moved humanity along the path
of inexorable development. Beautiful girls die in nuclear fire, scattering with
golden drops in the endless space of the oncoming non-being.
In 2016, the
social movement Vote4Peace released the APOCALYPSE TOMORROW antiwar calendar.
The main idea of â€‹â€‹the project is to focus public attention on the problem of
the militarization of consciousness actively promoted by the international
media, which will inevitably lead to an escalation of conflicts on a global
scale and, as a consequence, the third world war. The image of a naked woman
surrounded by flames, sparks and collapsing buildings classified as a world
architectural heritage was chosen as a symbol of the death of the world in the
project. It is through this image, as the author of the idea, the Russian peacemaker
Lucky Lee, believes that it is possible to influence public opinion and initiate
a departure from military propaganda, so popular in the last several decades.
APOCALYPSE TOMORROW calendar has featured stars of Russia's best night club
GoldenGirls, Miss MAXIMâ€™2016 contest winner Natalya Shuvalova and Playmate of
the Yearâ€™s 2015 Christina Yakimova. The calendar was sent to the leaders of
Russia, the USA, Germany, Italy, France, Brazil, Great Britain, India, China
and Japan, and its presentation took place within the walls of the FLACON
design factory as part of the first personal exhibition of contemporary artist