Mihaly Slocombe: Safehouse for the zombie apocalypse

SafetyNet City, 2011

Our entry for the second annual Zombie Safehouse Competition considers the necessities of life for a small community beyond the initial zombie outbreak. Where would we live? How would we protect ourselves? With what would we feed and hydrate ourselves? Most importantly: how would we survive?

Explained via a short graphic novel, SafetyNet City offers not only sanctuary, but a place of beauty, a revitalised landscape to substitute the decimated, zombie-infested old. Growing organically from the still-useful infrastructure of dead cities, it begins afresh, a new life in the safety of the sky.

Until entries are uploaded onto the competition website, view our entry at the Mihaly Slocombe website, here.

Author: Warwick Mihaly

I am an architect, writer, teacher and father.

6 thoughts on “Mihaly Slocombe: Safehouse for the zombie apocalypse”

  1. BTW we are currently working on getting the entries online for this competition and we love your entry. Great job and good luck! (Zombie Safe House Competition)

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