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A Legacy of the Technosphere

In the end, the technosphere will be buried deep as any other conglomeration of earthly materials, forming timelines of past eras as patterns on the face of cliff faces. Aided by the illustrations of Anne-Sophie Milon, geologist Jan Zalasiewicz speculates about the underground fate of the technosphere’s debris and the puzzle of technofossils that far-future archaeologists will find when digging up the landfills of the global experiment called Anthropocene.

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Anne-Sophie Milon

Anne-Sophie Milon is an artist and a freelance illustrator and animator working and living in Bristol, UK. After completing two Masters in Art, she has recently concluded the program of experimentation in Art and Politics at SciencesPo (SPEAP) in Paris. Equipped with the uncanny ability to communicate complex ideas with seemingly simple means - Anne-Sophie is in constant demand from a host of scientific academics and commercial brands. From The Anthropocene to Geology, from Quantum Physics to French Patisseries, Anne Sophie uses animation and illustration to distill the impervious into the enchanting.