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Jonny Revill's Atlantic Adventure

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Gorgeous coastal travel pics from the British photographer

With the end of summer on the horizon, it's a good time to reflect on adventures in the sun. These photos from British photographer Jonny Revill should help the cause. The series, called "Atlantic Coast," nicely captures the carefree feeling of a summer sojourn along the seaboard. There are good waves, good friends, and good food. That's what summer travels are all about.  Follow Jonny's......read more

Light: LED Installations by Bruce Munro

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British artist trips the light fantastic at Longwood Gardens

If these pictures are any indication, Bruce Munro's first-ever large-scale solo show won't be his last. In "Light," the British artist fills 23 acres of Pennsylvania's Longwood Gardens with six outdoor installations, two interior projects, and a collection of illuminated of illuminated sculptural works. Subtle environmental commentary informs the entire project, from the "Waterlilies" piece......read more

Jennifer Collier's Sewn Paper Sculptures

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A British artist stitches recycled paper into cool objects

We recently stumbled on these recycled paper sculptures by Jennifer Collier via a Fast Co. Design post from a few months ago. It's some amazing stuff. The British artist takes found bits of paper, then recycles them into 3D objects by stitching the paper using an ordinary sewing machine.  Collier adds layers of irony by constructing each sculpture from paper that refers to the......read more

Tom Robinson: Feet First

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British photographer and wife wiggle their toes across the globe

London photographer Tom Robinson and his girlfriend were sitting on Brighton Beach, England, when they realized the view of their feet pointing out to sea would make a nice photo. So began "Feet First," a heartwarming series of photos shot in the same composition, documenting the couple's travels around the world. After five years, the duo became a trio with their......read more

Kate Peters: Ask The Dust

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British photographer documents her travels through the American southwest

From UK photographer Kate Peters' impressive portfolio of work comes Ask The Dust, a collection of images shot during her ramblings through the arid landscapes of California, Utah and Arizona. The series, which takes its name from the masterful novel by John Fante, nicely captures the stark spirituality of the desert. Kate's photographic chops were honed as an assistant......read more

Nature Photos by Emma Parry

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Take a leisurely jaunt through the British backwoods

Were it not for a skin affliction, Emma Parry may never have gotten into photography. "My first memory of wanting a camera and taking photos was when i was about 8 or 9," she says. "It was a little plastic fugii 35mm camera with an awful orange cow print over it, and my mum said she’d buy it for me if I would stop itching my eczema." Emma's dermatological loss is our eyeballs'......read more

Ars Natura: Flight of Fancy

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British artist explores the fluidity of an unusual medium – feathers.

In England, pigeons hold a societal position akin to the sewer rat. In fact that’s what Londoners call them, “rats with wings.” The Brits really, really don’t like these poor, feral birds. Amongst those Brits was Kate MccGwire, a young artist living in London. She found the creatures abhorrent but knowing that therein lay artistic promise, she set about on a “visceral interrogation”......read more

Mind the Curb

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British green marketing company takes earth art into the commercial realm.

For Curb, the British marketing agency that makes ads out of natural earth elements, the medium is most definitely the message. And with every brand and their mother dying to be thought of as environmental advocates, it also seems like pretty good business strategy. The company, a perennial SHFT fave, is positioned as the "world's first natural media company". The Curb portfolio......read more

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