2014 Exhibition opens at the Royal Geographical Society, London 23 June – 4 July Launched in 2007 by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), and sponsored by Atkins, one of the worlds leading design, engineering and project management consultancies, the exhibition is an international showcase for the very best in environmental photography
Israeli artist Nirit Levav has made a collection of life-size dog sculptures from recycled bicycle parts, mostly old bicycle chains. The name of the sculpture collection is smart and quite ironical – Unchained. The artist started her career as a fashion designer, but has tried differed paths in art. She has created jewellery, ceramic dishes,
Twice a year the Robson Square in Vancouver, Canada gets lit up for the Eco Fashion Week. The seventh edition of this unusual fashion show has just ended. Lasting from the October 6th-10th, this event not only displays beautiful women in wonderful clothes, but also encourages raw and honest discussion of sustainable fashion practices. With
The talented British artist Anna Garford creates original and eco-friendly works of art. Anna Garford loves both wilderness and urban areas, both of these passions allow her to create a unique mix of urban eco-art. Almost all of the young artist’s works give a strong message, making the viewers more aware of the environment around them
We have some interesting news for you today, thanks to the artist Claudio Garzón. He wanted to show his students that you don’t need piles of money just to be creative. He presented Plastikobots that was made of plastic debris which was salvaged by the shores of Los Angeles River. We can all learn a
For Two decades, Joann Biondi worked as a freelance writer. Then one day she adopted a kitty that had been thrown in a trash can and left for dead. That kitten had a unique quirk; he enjoyed to wear clothes and pose for the cameras. Therefore Joann started shooting, and then she got serious about
Today we will present you the project that demanded a lot of dedicated work and creative power. We just hope that you will enjoy the following photographs. Personally, I find them stunning to say the least. Tim Tadder is a very talented photograph who proves that creativity can be taken to a totally another level.
Absolutely amazing artwork by Nick Gentry. This British-born artist definitely has a way of making us evaluate our actions. NEXT GENERATION THE IMMORTAL A COLLECTION OF MEMORIES THE ENTITY D2 THE REPRODUCTION NUMBER 3 XCHANGE PROFILE NUMBER 2 ALGORITHM BLUES You can see a lot more of his work over on Flickr.
What’s not to adore about H2Pia. This is a bucolic, utopian perspective of the future, a daring great new suburban world with a hydrogen driven car in every car port and an organic food in every pot. H2Pia produces energy from wind and sunlight to make hydrogen to ensure that everyone is able to live
Caren Alpert spent eighteen years as a photo editor as well as food photographer before transforming her artist’s eye to the things we see each day yet never look closely at: What we eat. Red Licorice: Can you recognize this volcano opening? It’s red licorice, and is made from sugar, fruit flavoring, and gelatin. Though
Artist Sean Avery carries a special talent. Converting old tech into fascinating animal sculptures. Making use of old Compact disks together with other recycled materials, the artist designs sculptures which are full of color and texture. Avery states, “I blend many different man made materials together to make them appear strangely organic, with a distinct
It’s a dream come true – a magical story of how restoration can transform an exhausted site into the world’s largest captive rainforest and greenhouse, showcasing plants which have changed the world, connects culture and communities and has even been called the 8th wonder. Image Credits: Stuart Herbert The 21st century will provide enormous challenges
image credits French Artist Bernard Pras was born in 1952, and likes to ‘counterfeit’ old masters and other well-known images by using especially chosen objects from the trash. He takes inspiration from renowned painters like Edvard Munch, Salvador Dali, and Japanese woodcut artist Hiroshige. image credits Another great influence on him was the original artist