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Invisible Desert House Seems Like Best Chance Of Survival In Zombie Apocalypse

Just try not to get pregnant and have a screaming baby during the zombie apocalypse, Lori.

Artist Phillip K Smith III used mirrored panelling to make a 70-year-old cabin in the Mojave Desert into a contemporary art installation. Blending in with the surrounding desert during the day, the cabin (titled “Lucid Stead”) lights up beautifully with LEDs at night. Through art, Smith has given us the perfect example of a zombie-proof home.

Think about it; remove the LEDs, use mirrored panelling for the whole house, and ta-da! No dumb, shambling zombie is ever going to notice your humble abode in the desert. Maybe sound-proof the whole thing too, and you’re good to go.

(via LaughingSquid, image via royale projects)

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