DON’T LOOK UP Alan Powdrill

In thousands of years from now archaeologist’s may find human remains in positions similar to the people who I photographed around London during Unit 2. Our obsession with handheld smartphones is now so acute that it’s hard to imagine life without them.

What are we missing while our heads are down to check the vital information we have to see?  Is human interaction suffering because we have more connection to our devises than each other?  Is the technology and our mass consumption of it beneficial to our planet and species?  Don’t look up.

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