Life in 2050 is an exhibition created by design studio Transmission for the Sci-Fi London Film Festival, where illustrators and artists including Alex Lukas, Alex Trochut and Universal Everything will be showing their visions of the world 40 years in the future. And you could be exhibiting next to them.

In Life in 2050, the organizers say they have set the dial to 40 years from now and commissioned visual artists to imagine the future. The pieces are based around questions including 'how and where will we be living?', 'what problems will still ail us?' and 'what will have been our achievements?'


The organizers have also sent out a public call-to-entries to artists who would like to have their work exhibited in the show. If you'd like to enter, you have until March 1 to submit poster-sized artworks.

Artworks at the Chapter One Gallery, 33 Marshall Street, near Carnaby Street, Soho, London from Friday April 16 to Sunday May 9. All work will be displayed soon on a online gallery and limited edition prints will be available to buy at the online shop.