Who doesn't love a snow globe? Now, who doesn't love a tricked out snow globe focused on the bleaker aspects of the human condition? Welcome to the world of artists Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz. There's a nice interview with the artists at The Penleaf:
To imagine a world after the worst has happened somehow relieves some of the anxiety of anticipation and unknowing. Typically our scenes are after the fact. We don't know how this or that scenario unfolded or what line of cause and effect brought us to a given point. Most of the scenes we imagine depend on a history of more than one unexpected turn of events. They imply layers of unknowable evolution.