Tucked away on an unassuming pier in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Mexican artist Bosco Sodi’s studio looks more like an aircraft hangar than a place for art making. The square footage isn’t an unnecessary luxury, considering the amount of space required to create the mammoth alien landscapes that the artist is best known for. Sodi’s latest project, for example, is a 60-foot-long piece commissioned by Dustin Yellin’s art incubator Pioneer Works, entitled The Last Day. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of its creation here. Sodi’s ”The Last Day” on view from November 7th to December 12 at Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn, NY 11231.