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DOWNSIZING

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In Alexander Payne's New Film Climate Change is at the Heart of the Story

In the forthcoming Downsizing, Oscar-winning writer-director Alexander Payne imagines a near future where eco-conscious Norwegians have developed a sci-fi shrink-ray that can zap people, such as stressed everyman Matt Damon, down to just five inches in height. Everything about this growing community of nu-Lilliputians is smaller – particularly their carbon footprint. In the film, the......read more

Alexander, "A Million Years"

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Earthy vid for solo single from Magnetic Zeros frontman.

Alex Ebert has a thing for the desert. Earlier, you saw him traipsing around the Mojave Desert with the rest of the happy hippies in Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Here we find him back the sand dunes as part of his new solo project, Alexander, with director Benjamin Kutsko behind the camera. The vast, arid landscape nicely fits the earthy vibes of "A Million Years." Soulful......read more

The Edge

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Photos by Alexander Gronsky.

In The Edge, a collection of images of open spaces along Moscow city limits, Estonia-born photographer Alexander Gronsky explores the ambiguous divide between city and nature, urban and suburban. With the city skyline looming behind, isolated figures revel in the snow, attempting to connect with the natural surroundings. Like lots of Gronsky's work, the Aperture Portfolio Prize-winning collection......read more

Sand-scapes Photographed by Alexander Hampl

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A painterly perspective of sandy terrain

Alexander Hampl's Sand series, shot in the remote Northland region of New Zealand, portrays desolate sand-scapes sculpted by the forces of nature. The pics venture into abstraction territory, aptly capturing the mystical vibes of the place where, according to traditional Maori mythology, souls of the dead depart on their journey to the afterlife.   More Hampl work can be found on......read more

Abstract Coral Patterns by Alexander Semenov

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Russian diver snaps spellbinding macro photos of coral beneath the Red Sea

Alexander Semenov, a Russian biologist and underwater photographer, has gained plenty of well-deserved internet fame for his otherworldly images of jellyfish and other equally alien marine wildlife. His photographic exploration of underwater forms continues with Living Stones, a new series highlighting the patterns and textures of coral lifeforms in the Red Sea. The macro images, spotted on......read more

Christopher Payne: Textiles

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Striking photographs of a vanishing American industry

Trained as an architect, Christopher Payne today practices as a photographer specializing in forgotten buildings and relics of industry. From mental hospitals and power substations to obsolete factories, Payne works the neglected corners of the American landscape. His Textiles series examines--you guessed it--the northeastern textile industry, which since the late 20th century has been decimated......read more

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