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Facekini: Chinese Bathers Strange-looking Yet Fashionable Skin Protection By Philipp Engelhorn
The facekini is just what it sounds like: a head-sock, often in colorful patterns, worn over the head to protect one's face from the sun. They've become hugely popular in China, and the world of high fashion embraced them with a spread in CR, the new magazine from former Vogue Paris editor Carine ...  More
Feb. 20, 2018
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Everyday Life In Paradise: Brenda Cablayan Gorgeous Paintings Of Contemporary Hawaii
Brenda Cablayan is a painter living and working on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. She started her art career as an illustrator before turning her attention to fine art. Her paintings capture the ever changing light and colors of the island landscapes. Brenda is best known for her suburban, ...  More
Feb. 20, 2018
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Phoebe Sonder Captivating Hyper-realistic Seascape Paintings
'I have always been drawn to the ocean. Identified with the power and vulnerability the water's movement. The rhythm of the waves, the swell of the tide marking time like an inhale and exhale of breath. The sea being the truest monument to the depth of time in its delicate absolute. My aesthetic ...  More
Feb. 17, 2018
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The Winners Of The 2018 UPY Contest Reveal Breathtaking Underwater Landscapes And Wildlife
The winners of the 2018 Underwater Photographer of the Year Contest have just been announced. With more than 5,000 submissions from photographers around the world, prizes and commendations were handed out in 11 categories including Wide Angle, Macro, Wrecks, Behavior, Portrait, Black & White, ...  More
Feb. 15, 2018
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Spray Paint Artist Jimmy Swift Turns A Beach Rock Into A Terrifying Shark
Jimmy 'Swift' is an American-born artist who has been in motion for over 15 years, traveling to over 90 countries and creating art along the way. His signature characters are a narration of the personalities that he's encountered during his travels, and are a window into the bizarre and sometimes ...  More
Feb. 14, 2018
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Warren Keelan Fascinating And Story-telling Ocean Photography
'I am a seascape and ocean photographer living on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. I spend most of my days alongside or within the ocean, interpreting what I see through the medium of digital photography. I’ve always had a fascination with nature, especially the ocean and its ever ...  More
Jan. 14, 2018
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Vortices: Latest Dizzying Interactive Installation By TeamLab Brings The Ocean Indoors
'When a person moves, a force is applied in that direction. As a result a flow occurs. When a fast flow occurs a rotation phenomenon is produced due to the difference in the flow velocity around it, creating a vortex. Flow in the artwork is expressed as a continuum of numerous particles and the ...  More
Dec. 28, 2017
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Ben Young Glass And Concrete Luminous Sculptures Explore The Relationship Between Humans And Nature
Sydney-based artist Ben Young uses glass and concrete to create sculptures that are like frozen, suspended scenes. Growing up surfing in Waihi Beach, New Zealand, Ben has always been drawn to the ocean so a lot of his work is centered around the sea. Despite being such a solid material, Ben manages ...  More
Dec. 21, 2017
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Marek Okon Poetic Exposition Of A Low Tide Beach
'Marek Okon was born a human being. Shortly after birth but not without considerable deliberation, he became Polish. Then four years later, he changed his mind and converted to a nature-loving Canadian. Since then, he’s taken on various mantels including Designer, Art Director, Tokyo Godson, ...  More
Nov. 5, 2017
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Jefferson Hayman Wonderful Vintage Frames As Portholes Into Quiet Seascapes
Jefferson Hayman is an artist whose work explores the themes of nostalgia, common symbols, and memory. Through a quiet minimalism, he invites the viewer to partake in the narrative process in a way that is both intimate and deeply personal.  ...  More
Oct. 4, 2017
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Breathtaking Underwater Museo Atlantico Unveils Its New Sculptures
Europe's first underwater museum has just opened in the Spanish Canary Islands, off the coast of Lanzarote. The Museo Atlántico was created by British eco-sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor and consists of life-sized sculptures made of pH-neutral materials that are designed to coexist with marine ...  More
Jan. 12, 2017
“Ocean Sole” In Kenya Recycles Flip-flops Found On Beaches And Turns Them Into Beautiful And Colourful Pieces Of Art Sending Message About Marine Conservation
In 2013 alone, Ocean Sole transformed around 50 tons of discarded flip-flops into animal sculptures, ornaments and jewelry. The company's goal is to recycle 400,000 flip-flops per year.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
Crashing Wave Glass Vases And Sculptures By Blaker-DeSomma
Living near the seaside town of Santa Cruz, California, glass artists Marsha Blaker and Paul DeSomma are in touch with the beauty of crashing surf.  More
Jan. 1, 2017
The “Starry Sea Table” Designed By Alexandre Chapelin For “La Table”
In another stroke of breathtaking design and functionality, Alexandre Chapelin has expanded his La Table series to include a new model named 'Starry Sea.' During the day, the table's blue resin of varying depths and hues resembles a slice of the Caribbean and, by night, it becomes illuminated with ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017
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“Mermaids Hate Plastic”: Ben Von Wong Photos About Ocean Pollution
The ideas of conservation, living 'green', fighting pollution and global warming have been at the front of everybody's mind in recent years. Well, almost everybody. It's gotten to the point, though, where many have become numb to the relentless commercials and posters telling us to recycle and do ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017
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Ocean Photographer Lloyd Meudell’s Waves Look Like Huge Mountains
Australian ocean photographer Lloyd Meudell has a daily routine of chasing the curve of the ocean in the early hours of the morning. Based in the small coastal town of Kiama, Australia, Lloyd stares into the rising sun as it pops over the horizon each morning. When the light and swell combine you ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017