Parliament Square Water Crisis Centre – published in WIRED magazine July 2014

WIRED UK magazine asked GMJ to contribute work for feature ‘The Future As It Happened’ for the magazine’s July 2014 issue.

The magazine asked some of their ‘favourite writes, artists and photographers to convey 2024 news in ‘the format we used to love.’

GMJ’s image ‘Parliament Square Water Crisis Centre’ continues their interest in exploring issues of sustainability and the possible effects of man-made climate change.

‘Following seven years of extreme and changeable weather patterns a high pressure system settles over the North Atlantic which results in the southern UK suffering three consecutive years of winter drought. Clean water supplies are affected with millions of households rationed, with millions of households rationed.’


Think Ahead!  a new major exhibition at Scienceworks, Museum Victoria in Melbourne features images by Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones

Images by GMJ have been included in a Think Ahead!  a new large scale exhibition at Scienceworks, part of Museum Victoria in Melbourne.

The works exhibited include the 2008 image ‘Mind Manager’ shown here, plus several other images including the iconic ‘Your Life In The Future’.

The exhibition will run for 10 years.

‘Britain; 1 Million years of the human story’ at the Natural History Museum in London, features Postcards From The Future

The exhibitions tells the dramatic story of ancient Britain, its changing landscapes and the people who lived here to the present and beyond. This major exhibition showcases more than 200 specimens, objects images and life-size models. A selection of our Postcards From Future help speculate on how the future human story may develop.


The Times 21 06 12 – ‘Postcards From The Edge’ by Alex Ralph

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