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Source:  Paleofuture

Did you see those slick animations of space colonies that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos showed off earlier this month?   They were, not surprisingly, inspired by Gerard O’Neill’s ideas from the 1970s.

If this type of art interests you, then you have to drop everything and watch new docuseries “Artist Depiction” on Amazon Prime.

And if you can’t drop everything right now, at least put it in your queue for this weekend.

“Artist Depiction” talks to artists Don Davis, Charles Lindsay, and Rick Guidice who have had an enormous impact on the way that we look at the future.  You may not recognize them by name, but you almost certainly know their work.

Read the story at Paleofuture.

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