This is perfect.
Using a slitscan process Jay Mark Johnson explores spacetime by replacing one dimension (X axis) with another (time). As time becomes the constant rather than the variable, only motion is visible as our world moves through this sliver of our 4th dimension.
By Jay Mark Johnson
Career Timeline: 1984 - City of Fire
In 1982, Moebius met an aspiring artist named Geof Darrow, who sought Moebius out while working on Tron in Los Angeles. They became friends and, two years later, collaborated on a portfolio of prints that they called La Cité Feu, or City of Fire. Consisting of 8 prints, Darrow penciled each piece while Moebius inked and colored them. City of Fire had a print run of only 500 copies, making it one of the rarest of Moebius’ publications.
“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places.” ~Ernest Hemingway