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Carl Warner: Food Landscapes

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Surrealistic "foodscape" photos may make you hungry.

At a quick glance, Carl Warner's photos look like romantic landscape paintings, complete with wild seas, moody skies and rolling hills. Look a little closer, and you discover that the pictoral elements are actually pieces of produce from Warner's local market. The leafy trees? Heads of broccoli. Those seaside stones? Potatoes. “I tend to draw a very conventional landscape as I need......read more

Carl de Keyzer: Moments Before The Flood

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New book from Belgian photographer examines European coastlines in flux

Since 2007, Carl de Keyzer has been traveling around Europe's various coastlines, shooting pictures of decaying fortifications along the shore. The crumbling walls and ruined bunkers offer a telling symbol for mankind's response to global warming. The photos are collected in a new book, Moments Before The Flood, which takes an abstract yet powerful look at the threat of flooding caused by......read more

Carla Fernandez Andrade: Last Return

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Allegorical landscape works reference the origin of the universe

Looking through Carla Fernandez Andrade's portfolio of dreamy, evocative photography, it's hard to believe that shooting photos is just a hobby for her. Working as a television producer by day, Andrade moonlights with her passion, taking photos with an eye for simple storytelling and sweeping landscapes. In Last Return, a collection of misty, expansive landscape photos, the talented......read more

Carla Andrade: Sleep Biocentrism

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Sweeping dreamscapes from Spain's next big photographer

Judging from this photo series, Carla Andrade has really nice dreams. For Biocentrismo del sueno (or Sleep Biocentrism, according to Google Translate), the Spanish photographer (previously) recreated images from her dreams on 35mm film. The stunning images of lonely figures in landscapes are nothing if not dreamy. Andrade describes her "photographed dreams"  using a classic quote from a......read more

NASA - The Frontier is Everywhere

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Beautiful fan-made promo video for NASA.

“NASA is the most fascinating, adventurous, epic institution ever devised by human beings, and their media sucks. Seriously.” So says Damewse, a YouTuber and NASA fan who decided to take matters into his own hands by making this beautifully-edited spec promo vid. Using an old recording for Carl Sagan to narrate the film, with a soundtrack by Michael Marantz,......read more

Carly Paradis "The Hope of a Favorable Outcome"

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19th-century animations repurposed into odd and mesmerizing music video

It may be the digital age, but we're seeing more and more contemporary filmmakers digging in the vaults to explore age-old animation techniques like the phenakistoscope and the zoetrope. The former, which involves a spinning disc attached vertically to a handle, was tapped by directing duo The Brothers Lynch in this music video for the Carly Paradis track "The Hope Of A......read more

We Are Shining "Wheel"

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Psychedelic, GIF-inspired video by Carl Addy

Director Carl Addy explores contemporary pop culture in this hypnotic video for "Wheels," the debut single from London duo We Are Shining. Playing like a series of blog posts and GIFs, the video tells a story of a primitive man who, according to the press release, discovers “modern tribalism” in the forms of “fashion, music, sex, booze." The man falls victim to the temptations......read more

Conceptual Photos of Bolivia by Scarlett Hooft Graafland

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Dutch artist combines photography and installation on the Bolivian salt flats

Inspired by “the wonder of creating situations that have never existed before and will probably never exist again," Dutch artist Scarlett Hooft Graafland ventures deep into remote territories to create strange, captivating images that combine photography with performance and installation. From 2010 through 2011 her place of work was the Bolivian Altiplano, where she incorporated local......read more

Fact-Free Bjorn

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Carl Pope responds to a NY Times op-ed claiming the world's poor need cheap fossil fuels

Carl Pope for The Huffington Post: Sigh. Bjørn Lomborg has once again been given a fact-checker free podium -- and has left it fact free. His latest salvo in The New York Times claims that the world's three billion poorest -- who, lacking access to modern energy, light with kerosene and cook with wood -- must suffer through nineteenth century coal and twentieth century oil to advance --......read more

Beyond Coal: The Audacity of Action

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Former Sierra Club chief Carl Pope discusses the EPA's new emissions limits

Carl Pope for The Huffington Post: The U.S. passed the half-way mark in its pathway Beyond Coal Friday, when the Obama Administration announced rules requiring new coal-fired power plants to meet pollution standards requiring that their pollutants -- including for the first time carbon dioxide -- be kept out of the air. This formalizes the reality that coal is no longer an economically or......read more

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