A to Z Challenge – Letter Z

Uph! The last one. For the letter Z, I decided to explore the digital ZONE in this science fiction / futuristic cover.  

What is your vision of a futuristic city? Skyscrapers? A classical suburb? An old-fashioned village? Or a sealed structure containing everything one needs to survive in a landscape no longer fit for human habitation?   

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7 Responses to A to Z Challenge – Letter Z

  1. ahtdoucette says:

    That’s a fun way to put it. A digital zone. Hm. Interesting! I’ve actually thought about it this a lot, and there are lot of things I would like to see in a futuristic city, largely based on RPG’s I’ve played and issues like transportation. So much fun to think about.

  2. Iain Kelly says:

    Well done on getting to the end – you put a lot of work into all those cover designs. Very impressive.

    THE STATE TRILOGY A-Z GUIDE: Z

  3. Congratulations on finishing your unique and inspiring take on the challenge. I have delighted in each and every one.

  4. Steph W says:

    I hope it isn’t the latter, but I fear it may be!

  5. Tarkabarka says:

    The way things are going… it’s probably gonna be a dystopia.
    It has been fun to follow you this month! Thank you for the visits and comments 🙂

    The Multicolored Diary

  6. Frédérique says:

    Oh well done with Z! Futuristic for me sounds like flying cars, ecologic houses with gardens, connected schools 😉 Congratulations on completing the challenge, your covers are very pretty!

  7. Congrats for arriving at Z, well done! Not sure I have any ideas of what a futuristic city would be like… I like the computer card as background for the skyscrapers in your cover, “digital” will definitely be part of the future, in one way or another.

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