All posts filed under: Nature

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LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW.

I’ve just realised that lack of Christmas-y posts on recyclofashion, despite the upcoming festivities. So here’s a little something for you guys. Created by filmmaker Vyacheslav Ivanov this microscopic short shows the intimate details of fragile snowflakes as they form in their miraculous hexagonal forms. Beautiful isn’t it? But little is known about how the video is […]

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THE SILVER SURFER

Here’s a refreshing take on surfer / surfing photos. Think no more about the sandy beaches or epic warm waters, instead be a penguin. Literally. Chris Burkard is a photographer based in Central Coast, California. He captures lifestyle and action sports, and some of his most compelling works are these pictures of people surfing among the […]

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SLOW LIFE

Time lapse cinematography reveals a whole different world full of hypnotic motion and my idea was to make coral reef life more spectacular and thus closer to our awareness. I had a bigger picture in my mind for my clip. But after many months of processing hundreds of thousands of photos and trying to capture […]

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CAPTAIN DAVY JONES’S TABLEWARE

Japanese and English pottery trained Mary O’Malley‘s porcelain tableware seems like it has come out from the set of Pirates of Caribbean used by Captain Davy Jones specifically. Like pieces of shipwrecked ceramics, these porcelain tableware were encrusted with ocean life ranging from mussels, corals and seaweed. All out of which came from the nifty […]

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THE CREEPING GARDEN

Cover Image: Screen cap from “The Creeping Garden” by Tim Grabham and Jaspar Sharp – NOWNESS If you are constantly fascinated by Mother Nature and her wonders of organisms, please take a moment and gawk at this stupendously wonderful trailer of “The Creeping Garden”. So beautiful it makes me want to watch the whole film […]

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BLURRING THE BOUNDARIES

“My aim is to create each and every project in both worlds. Material world or not is less important. In the case of most projects, the conceptual strength will remain exactly the same and the spectators will experience just a minimal change in their mental perception. Of course there is, in a certain way, a […]

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ICE WATCH

Cover Image: Ice Watch by Olafur Eliasson and Minik Rosing, City Hall Square, Copenhage Photo: Anders Sune Berg Literally. Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson presented his latest installation art at the publication of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s 5th Assessment Report on the Climate in Copenhagen where he invites the public to watch the ice melt. Collaborating with Mink Rosing a professor […]

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UNDER THE MICROSCOPIC WORLD OF DIATOMS

Diatoms are single-celled algal organisms, that are some of the most ecologically significant and abundant, and are also some of the most distinctive, displaying beautiful, natural forms, thanks to their cell walls made of silica. UK-based microbiological artist and “diatomist” Klaus Kemp has been working with these microscopic forms for years, arranging diatoms into fabulous microscopic patterned artworks. At […]

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AS THEY BREATHE ONCE MORE

I always love old places, whether its abandoned or not. I love the stories and memories that is attached with it. Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei currently has an exhibition on Alcatraz, the notorious island used as a military fortress and federal penitentiary. Among the many works presented is “Blossom” which caught my eye and definitely peak […]

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JUST GROW IT.

“In these works, one can read a certain dichotomy between the marketing and media world in which we live and ethical values ​​that are dear to me. This is an invitation for all of us to contemplate, to rediscover the beauty of a single seed of a wild grass, the delicacy of a flower, or the smell of […]

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CRY ME A RIVER

A massive riverbed has been installed in Copenhagen’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Taking up a large part of the museum’s space, is Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson where he has installed a rocky riverbed all over the floors. Visitors like Hansel and Gretel walked along the river bed among the stones and pebbles, with the occasional crawls under gallery […]

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ICELANDIC BEAUTY

Iceland is more than just Bjork and Sigur Ros, this little island country boosts one of the most spectacular landscapes around the world. Glacial rivers like these freezes into ethereal patterns of the surrealistic beauty of nature and it’s Russian photographer Andre Ermolaev who manages to capture these beauty from the skies. Simply breathtaking. \