Every day, Tom Baker deals with the issue of traffic. Given Southern California’s massive concentration of cars, it’s no wonder that Baker would get frustrated dealing with the daily traffic routine. That inspiration resulted in these great images of Los Angeles without the cars. Here’s the full image gallery, and it’s awesome.
I love the movie 28 Days Later. Set in a post-apocalyptic London, the movie was actually filmed in London. You can’t exactly block off all the traffic on Fleet Street during the business day, so director Danny Boyle had some inventive solutions to his issue. First of all, he did most of his daytime filming as early in the morning as possible, like 5 AM early. Secondly, he used digital editing technology like the kind Tom used to remove the traffic. The result is some very chilling scenes featuring a disheveled Cillian Murphy wandering around the creepy, empty streets of Great Britain.