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Incomparable Beauty: The 13 Finalists Of The Wildlife Photojournalist Award 2017
The long-running competition 'The Wildlife Photographer of the Year', now in its 53rd edition, showcases the globe’s best nature photography and photojournalism in one place, hoping to ignite curiosity about the natural world while shining the spotlight on wildlife photography as an art form.  ...  More
Sep. 16, 2017
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Sayaka Ganz’s Impressive Sculptures Of Galloping Horses From Reclaimed Objects
Sayaka Ganz: 'I grew up with Shinto animist belief that all things in the world have spirits. Thus, when I see discarded items on the street or thrift store shelves, I feel a deep sadness for them and I am moved to make these abandoned objects happy. My sympathy goes out equally to all discarded ...  More
Sep. 14, 2017
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Cornelia Konrads Creates Mind-bending Installations In Public Spaces, Parks And Gardens Around The World
Cornelia Konrads is an artist from Wuppertal, Germany who is well-known for her land art and site-specific art installations and has been freelancing since 1998. Konrads has been commissioned for several permanent and temporary public artworks as well as for numerous private collections, sculpture ...  More
Sep. 6, 2017
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Antarctica: Zaria Forman’s Photo-realistic Drawings Of Icebergs Show Both The Beauty And Fragility Of Planet Earth
Brooklyn-based artist Zaria Forman creates breathtaking pastel drawings of Greenland's icebergs that look so realistic that you might feel the frost coming out of them.  ...  More
Sep. 2, 2017
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Ruin In Reverse: Sarah Emerson’s Cute And Crazy Landscapes In Constant Decay And Renewal
Sarah Emerson is an artist based in Atlanta, Georgia who is best known for her landscape paintings of hyper-stylized versions of nature. Cuteness and craziness collide in energetic displays in Emerson's paintings and murals, whose contemporary landscapes present a bizarre version of the world, ...  More
Aug. 7, 2017
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Take Refuge: Kevin Cooley Explores Human Presence And Intervention In The Landscape
Kevin Cooley is a multidisciplinary American artist, working across the media of photography, video and installation. He lives and works in Los Angeles and Brooklyn, NY. In his artwork, Cooley likes to create frameworks to observe our complex, evolving relationships to nature, to technology, and ...  More
Jul. 23, 2017
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Travel Expectations Vs Reality: Beautiful Places Ruined By Tourism
Travel and the freedom of movement allow people to discover different cultures, to learn about exotic places and grasp the grand scheme of Earth's entwined ecology.  ...  More
Jun. 20, 2017
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Nobuhiro Nakanishi Mesmerizing Landscape Sculptures Based On Layered Photographs
Nobuhiro Nakanishi produces beautifully mesmerizing atypical landscapes. The Osaka, Japan-based artist creates the works, which he called 'Layered Drawings,' by photographing a scene over a period of time. He then laser prints each image and mounts it to acrylic. Subtle changes emerge in each ...  More
Jun. 7, 2017
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EVEIL: Desirée Patterson Poetic Series To Ignite Awareness About Nature
Desirée Patterson is a Canadian photographic artist, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her signature works are held in private collections worldwide. A self-taught artist, Patterson's work embodies a humanistic approach to the natural world. Whether digitally enhanced or in-camera, her ...  More
Jun. 3, 2017
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Lorenzo Quinn SUPPORT: A Powerful Message About Rising Sea Levels
Artist Lorenzo Quinn is known for his work with the human body, specifically hands, that he incorporates into everything from large-scale sculptures down to jewelry designs. He has just finished the installation of a monumental sculpture for the 2017 Venice Biennale. Titled 'Support', the piece ...  More
May. 15, 2017
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Bogota’s Santalaia Building Is The World Largest Vertical Garden
Edificio Santalaia, a plant-covered building in the middle of Bogota, Colombia, is considered one of the most amazing urban gardens ever created. With over 33,000 Sq. feet of plants covering the building's 11 stories, this is the world's largest vertical garden. The result of a collaboration between ...  More
May. 14, 2017
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DESERT X: Jennifer Bolande’s Billboards Advertise The Nature Around
As part of Desert X, an outdoor exhibition of art installations and site-specific works currently taking place across the Coachella Valley, Jennifer Bolande has installed a series of billboards that are camouflaged among the surrounding desert landscape: 'In a cinematic experience animated by ...  More
Mar. 5, 2017
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Green Magic Homes Lets You Build Your Own Dreamy Hobbit House
Ever since the first Lord of the Rings movie came out, people have been fascinated with the concept of having their own 'hobbit home' - a quaint, vaulted house that sits beneath a covering of soil and vegetation. Building your own from scratch, however, could be rather challenging. That's why Green ...  More
Feb. 20, 2017
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Designer Mariana Folberg Creates Amazing Glow-in-the Dark Plants
Industrial designer ​Mariana Fernandez Folberg brings us the Lamp Plant. Basically, glow in the dark plants. Soon, you'll be able to buy them over at her Etsy shop: 'I made these evergreen glowing plants. The Botany world has always amazed me as an Industrial designer, each plant has its own ...  More
Feb. 7, 2017
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Cliff Haven: An Eco-friendly Hidden Home Built Inside A Utah Cliff
If 2016 has you ready to flee to the desert and hide in a bunker, may we present to you a rad place to hunker down: Cliff Haven. Located in Southeastern Utah, the three-bedroom, two-bath house sits on 12 acres and comes with all the modern amenities you'd expect-WiFi, a detached 2-car garage, and ...  More
Feb. 6, 2017
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Ussuri Bay, Russia: Vodka Bottles Return As Colorful Glass Pebbles
The power of nature can often be surprising and none more so than a beach in Russia where dumped glass has been transformed into colorful pebbles. The Ussuri Bay used to be a dumping ground for old glass bottles and waste from a porcelain factory but the waves from the Pacific Ocean have rounded and ...  More
Feb. 5, 2017
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Graffiti On Earth: Josh Keyes Questions Our Marks On Natural World
Josh Keyes' newest series features subjects both man-made and natural, their common element being several layers of graffiti that cover a space shuttle, a melting iceberg, and even a whale's tail. For the last ten years these marks had remained in the background of Keyes' paintings, adding detail to ...  More
Jan. 28, 2017
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No Snow, No Ice: Alaska Polar Bears Photo Series By Patty Waymire
A solitary bear sits on the edge of one of the Barter Islands. There is no snow, when at this time of year, there should be. In speaking with the locals in Kaktovic, they've noted that it's been an unseasonably warm winter, and that the ice will be late in forming this year. This will have an impact ...  More
Jan. 7, 2017
“Good Of The Hive Initiative” : NY Artist “Matt Willey” Is Painting 50,000 Bees In Murals Around The World
That's the number of bees necessary to sustain a healthy hive.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
“Predator” Project: Rob Mulholland’s Disturbing Mirror Sculptures
Almost imperceptible against the green foliage, these human-like silhouettes appear to be standing vigil in the forest. But the unsettling life-size figures - creating what's been dubbed the predator effect after the 1987 film where an alien life form seamlessly blends into its surroundings - are a ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017
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“Full Grown” Company Patiently Grows Trees Into Art And Furniture
Derbyshire-based furniture designer Gavin Munro has come up with the ultimate environmentally-friendly way to create stunning household furniture - by letting Mother Nature do all the hard work. Using ancient techniques combined with modern technology, he grows young trees into specially-designed ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017
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