Futile takes places in Spain and comprises two sets of photojournalistic survey, tracing architectural remnants of the recent recession. The photographers set out in the summer of 2013 to document what the financial crisis had left behind. The first set shows a vast array of unfinished buildings all over the country. The second is a series of images taken at the finished but unused Don Quijote Airport. This ghost airport is one of the largest investment ruins of Spain. The publication includes an essay by Jeroen Nieuwland.