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Francois Robert: "Stop the Violence"
When Francois Robert unexpectedly acquired a human skeleton in the 1990s, he knew he had to do something wonderful with it. Several years later when the economy collapsed and he found himself with time on his hands, Robert finally settled on a project: powerful anti-violence images spelled out in human bones.November 15, 2016
Darren Pearson: The Light Expert
Light-art photographer and painting artist Darren Pearson has transformed the way we look at photography and light exposure. We have posted about his work many times on the site and on our social channels, but haven't ever had the chance to talk to him about his process. When we saw that his work was part of Apple's "Start Something New" campaign, we took the time to sit down with Darren to talk about trying his process out with his iPhone and Apple Watch.January 04, 2016
Winning Wildlife Photographs from London’s Natural History Museum Competition
London’s Natural History Museum recently revealed the winners of their nature photography competition. The winning photograph, “A Tale of Two Foxes,” was taken by an amateur photographer, Don Gutoski, in Canada’s Wapusk National Park. The photo shows a red fox carrying the carcass of an Arctic fox in its mouth, after it attacked and killed the fox. The unusual incident was partly a result of climate change.October 20, 2015
Naturally by Bertil Nilsson
"Growing up in Sweden I spent a lot of time in the forest but my entire adult life living in the city. Through my experiments with dancers and circus artists I came back to explore nature and, maybe because of that childhood connection, it triggered a great sense of adventure in me."July 28, 2015
Help Remaster Marty Stouffer's Classic "Wild America"
If you were a kid (or adult) in the 80s or 90s then you probably watched Marty Stouffer's Wild America on PBS. Well, now he is working to remaster all fo the episodes and specials in 4K Ultra HD and bring it to educationa institutions across the US! Help out via their kickstarter hereFebruary 19, 2015