After the volcano at Pompeii, archeologists in the 1860‘s discovered cavities in the ancient rock, human body shaped voids in the filled earth. Later they filled those voids with plaster to produce the forms of the bodies that disappeared there. That is the design space of the future, of the post-anthropocene: designing around the void left by the evacuation of the human diagram. But humans themselves, you and I, are not diagrams, we are archives, we are gatherings of all the evolutionary diagrams of forces, bio-socio-technical assemblages, that have installed us at this precarious geopolitical arc. The situation has activated the archive-that-is-the-human in such a way so that we have consumed, as fossil fuel that is, as peat, the archive of pre-Cambrian life, in the blink of an eye, one century. That is the crisis of the Anthropocene: archives cannibalizing archives. Like at Pompeii (in that case Volcanic ash) that which destroys a civilization is also that which gives that civilization form for subsequent curious descendants, even if as negative shadow. In our case, is the convergence of technologies set on the evacuation of the human diagram (“Artilect War” or slow, quiet dissolution) that which provides for the durable after-image of the human diagram? Is that how to designate the post-Anthropocene, the geologic era after humans and humanism?