Cape Farewell pioneers the cultural response to climate change, leading a series of expeditions into the Arctic that combine science, art and education to raise awareness and inspire a response to climate change…
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California-based photographer Eric Staller.
These incredible light paintings were taken on the streets of New York City back in the 1970′s using nothing but a Nikon 35mm film camera, 4th of July sparklers and Christmas lights.
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Colorful and unusual patterns pictures are what photographer Erno-Erik Raitanen calls self-portraits. The pictures, which Raitanen says are more like p
Interesting lab technique, the artist calls them Bacteriograms. “I have gathered the bacteria samples from my own body. The bacteria consumed the film surface producing photographic images that are entirely created by a chance. I have been removed from the process but, at the same time, the images are a product of my body; self-portraits.”
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Not so much digital as the “school of hard knocks.”
(The School of Hard Knocks or University of Hard Knocks is an idiomatic phrase meaning the (sometimes painful) education one gets from life’s usually negative experiences, often contrasted with formal education. – Wikipedia’)
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What Abstract Art Would Look Like in Real Life – Gizmodo
Fantastic artist Flora Borsi, who once hilariously photoshopped herself into old pictures, imagines a world where abstract art models are actually real people.
What a great idea from artist Flora Borsi.
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Please view my portfolio online and “Collect” me:
Just three examples of some of the great work being submitted for this contest. Click through to view the entire collection.
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via Michael Aslin.