The jarring truth delineated by Wallace-Wells evokes imagery akin to dystopian movies and novels. The inhospitable landscapes that come to mind are not, however, the distant worlds of fiction, but rather reality. The imagery of the world submerged underwater, scorched by heat, burned by flames, and melted away provokes an urgency for change. It was this grim projection of what I might view through my window in the near future that informed my design. I aimed to illustrate a desolate world we may no longer be contemplating in works of fiction, but rather attempting to live in ourselves.