Art studio releases 'Zombie Safe Zone' maps for major cities – Chron.com
Denver, Colorado
Safe zone: Rio Grande National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, brown trout, rainbow trout, northern pike, groundhogs, mule deer and elk

Source: Design Different

Colorado Springs, Colorado
Safe zone: Rio Grande National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, brown trout, rainbow trout, northern pike, groundhogs, mule deer and elk

Source: Design Different

Chicago, Illinois
Safe zone: Rice Lake State Conservation Area
Resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass, bluegill, sunfish, duck and geese

Source: Design Different

San Diego, California
Safe zone: Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, salmon, steelhead angling, deer

Source: Design Different

Los Angeles, California
Safe zone: Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, salmon, steelhead angling, deer

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San Francisco, California
Safe zone: Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, salmon, steelhead angling, deer

Source: Design Different

Boston, Massachusetts
Safe zone: Savoy Mountain State Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, rainbow, brook and brown trout and deer

Source: Design Different

Atlanta, Georgia
Safe zone: Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
Resources: Natural spring water, bowfin, chain pickerel, warmouth, alligator

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Phoenix, Arizona
Safe zone: Apache Sitgreaves National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, arctic grayling, rainbow, german brown, antelope, elk and deer.

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Montgomery, Alabama
Safe zone: William B. Bankhead National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass, catfish, possum, rabbit and deer

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Miami, Florida
Safe zone: Ocala National Forest
Natural resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass, mullet, alligators and southeastern pocket gopher

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Jacksonville, Florida
Safe zone: Ocala National Forest
Natural resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass, mullet, alligators and southeastern pocket gopher

Source: Design Different

Detroit, Michigan
Safe zone: Hiawatha National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, walleye, perch, smallmouth bass, whitetail deer and rabbit

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Safe zone: Sproul State Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, trout, whitetail deer and wild turkey

Source: Design Different

Portland, Oregon
Safe zone: Deschutes National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, chinook salmon, bull trout, southern red-backed vole, wolverine and deer

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Columbus, Ohio
Safe zone: Wayne National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, white-tailed deer and wild turkeys

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Cincinnati, Ohio
Safe zone: Wayne National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, white-tailed deer and wild turkeys

Source: Design Different

Charlotte, North Carolina
Safe zone: Nanthala National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout, bobcats and white-tailed deer

Source: Design Different

New York, New York
Safe zone: Moose River Plains
Resources: Natural spring water, brook trout, white-tailed deer, beaver and otter

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Newark, New Jersey
Safe zone: Wharton State Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, pickerel, sunfish, largemouth bass, bluegills, beaver and river otter

Source: Design Different

Minneapolis, Minnesota
Safe zone: Chippewa National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, walleye, bass, panfish, white-tailed deer, red squirrel and weasel
Baltimore, Maryland
Safe zone: Green Ridge State Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, bass, catfish, muskellunge, white-tailed deer and wild turkey

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Dallas, Texas
Safe zone: Sabine National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass and deer

Source: Design Different

San Antonio, Texas
Safe zone: Sabine National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass and deer

Source: Design Different

Houston, Texas
Safe zone: Sabine National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass and deer

Source: Design Different

Austin, Texas
Safe zone: Sabine National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, largemouth bass and deer

Source: Design Different

Nashville, Tennessee
Safe zone: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, brook trout, smoky madtom, flying squirrel and white-tailed deer

Source: Design Different

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Safe zone: Nicolet National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, walleye, largemouth bass, crappie, white-tailed deer, fox and rabbit

Source: Design Different

Seattle, Washington
Safe zone: Colville National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, German brown trout, rainbow trout, mule deer, elk and moose

Source: Design Different

Virginia Beach, Virginia
Safe zone: George Washington National Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, brook trout, deer, bear and rabbits

Source: Design Different

Sydney, Australia
Safe zone: Alpine National Park
Resources: Brown trout, rainbow trout, cattle, smoky mouse, broad-toothed rat

Source: Design Different

Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Safe zone: Jasper National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, pike, whitefish, bull trout, woodland caribou, elk and hoary marmot

Source: Design Different

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Safe zone: Riding Mountain National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, northern pike, walleye, snowshoe hare, red squirrel and white tailed deer

Source: Design Different

Hamburg, Germany
Safe zone: Thuringian Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, salmon, mackerel, trout and goat

Source: Design Different

Berlin, Germany
Safe zone: Thuringian Forest
Resources: Natural spring water, salmon, mackerel, trout and goat

Source: Design Different

Paris, France
Safe zone: Ecrins National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, trout, pike, ibex, fox and marmots

Source: Design Different

Copenhagen, Denmark
Safe zone: Mols Buerge National Park
Natural resources: Natural spring water, pertch, flatfish, roe deers and cattle

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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Safe zone: La Verendrye Wildlife Reserve
Resources: Natural spring water, walleye, northern pike, moose and white-tailed deer

Source: Design Different

Montreal, Quebec
Safe zone: La Verendrye Wildlife Reserve
Resources: Natural spring water, walleye, northern pike, moose and white-tailed deer

Source: Design Different

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Safe zone: Hoge Veluwe National Park
Resources: Red deer, roe deer, wild boar and mouflon

Source: Design Different

Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Safe zone: Cairngorms National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, brown trout, salmon, deer and badgers

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London, England, United Kingdom
Safe zone: Cairngorms National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, brown trout, salmon, deer and badgers

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Safe zone: Alqonquin Provincial Park
Resources: Natural springs, brook trout, lake trout, moose, white-tailed deer and beaver

Source: Design Different

Stockholm, Sweden
Safe zone: Fulufjallet National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, trout grayling, arctic char, elk and beaver

Source: Design Different

Barcelona, Spain
Safe zone: Sierras de Cazorla, Segura Y Las Villas Natural Park
Resources: Natural spring water, trout, pike, red deer and mourflon

Source: Design Different

Saskatoon, Saskathcewan, Canada
Safe zone: Prince Albert National Park
Resources: Natural spring water, northern pike, walleye, jackfish, elk, caribou, deer and moose

Source: Design Different

With the power out and your cellphone dead or dying, the undead horde shuffling slowly on I-45 will surely claim your family. Unless ...
You have an escape plan, lovingly printed by the Canadian hands of Design Different. The Toronto-based art studio has made over 40 maps of potential "Zombie Safe Zones" for major cities around the globe.
The safe zones are all national forests, state parks and wildlife refuges with access to natural spring water and various food sources, including fish, deer and birds. There is also additional information printed at the bottom of each poster that includes the distance area of the safe zone, average temperature and elevation.
And all countries, states or provinces share the same safe zone. Houstonians, Austinites, San Antonians and whatever Dallas people call themselves will all have to play nice come apocalypse time.
Find out where Texans have to evacuate in the gallery above and if you think you have a better escape plan, please share in the comments below.
John-Henry is a digital producer for the Houston Chronicle.

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