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Fragments of Iceland

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The world's most photogenic nation has never looked so good

This video from French filmmakers Lea Amiel and Nicolas Libersalle gives us yet another reason to want to visit Iceland, that magical land of geysers, glaciers and volcanoes. The highly stylized piece shows off the stunning landscapes of the island nation in all their sweeping glory. It's a pleasing interpretation of place, all nicely synced up to Cinematic Orchestra's "To Build a Home"....read more

Sigur Ros, "Varuo"

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Sigur Ros teams with longtime collaborator Ryan McGinley for latest film experiment

Are we majorly late on this? Ah well, the latest collaborative art vid for Sigur Ros's Valtari Mystery Film Experiment is a must-post. This one comes courtesy of NYC photographer Ryan McGinley, who follows a young girls skipping around Manhattan in blonde wig, before stopping everything around her and turning the bustling streets into a frozen backdrop for the surreal sounds of "Varuo." "This......read more

Aerial Iceland by Andre Ermolaev

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Russian photographer captures Iceland's volcanic rivers from above

Not that we needed it, but here's some more proof that Iceland is the the most photogenic place on Earth. These images, which could easily be mistaken for gorgeously rendered abstract paintings, are actually aerial photos by Russian photographer Andre Ermolaev, who took to the sky to capture stunning shots of ash-laden streams flowing from volcanoes in the Nordic nation. Ermaelov waxes......read more

Analog Photos by Genevieve Bjargardottir

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Gorgeous images on film from Iceland and Sweden

Lovers of analog photography will find plenty to savor in the portfolio of Genevieve Bjargardottir, a 27-year old with an unpronounceable name currently studying creative photography in Gamleby, Sweden. Genevieve clearly spends a lot of time traveling, as evidenced by her photo sets from Berlin, Italy, and Spain. But most of her time is split between Sweden and Iceland,......read more

Astonishing Photos of Iceland by Jenny Harmsen

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Take a visual journey to the most photogenic place on earth

Judging by these photos from Jenny Harmsen, I guess we can add "Crazy Treeless Alien Landscapes" to our ever-growing list of reasons to visit Iceland. The otherworldly images were shot in 2011 along the Laugavegur, a famed, 34-mile trekking route in southwestern Iceland. "The structure of Iceland’s landscape isn’t something you come across very often," Jenny says. "It’s......read more

Katheryn Love: Liminal Space

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Brooklyn photographer travels to Iceland, captures striking landscape images

Born and raised in Woodstock, NY, Katheryn Love is now based in Brooklyn where she works as an artist and creative director and spends her free time taking awesome photos. These were pulled from her excellent Liminal Space series, uaccompanied by any information. It seems clear from the barren landscapes and steaming hot springs that the images were captured in Iceland, adding proof to our theory......read more

NYC to Iceland with Alex Olson

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Pro skater travels from the concrete jungle to the remote wilderness the in this video from Poler and Nike SB

Poler Outdoor Stuff and Nike SB have collaborated on a new collection built for outdoor use, whether in the concrete jungle or the remote outdoors. To promote the launch, the brands tapped Nike SB pro Alex Olson for this campaign video, which begins with him cruising the NYC streets, hitting tricks in the sun. At the halfway point, the clip abruptly shifts overseas to find Olson in a Land Rover,......read more

Renewable Fuel From Geothermal

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Icelandic company creates methanol by capturing carbon dioxide from a geothermal power plant

In Iceland, volcanic activity powers the island nation's geothermal energy industry. Now it's also helping to create renewable fuel. Rekyavik-based Carbon Recycling International (CRI) produces liquid methanol by capturing and recycling carbon dioxide from a geothermal power plant on the the southwest part of the country. The first commercial shipment of the fuel, sold under the Vulcanol brand......read more

Aerial Images of Iceland

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Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris captures abtract landscapes from the sky

Born into to a long family line of musicians and artists, Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris developed an early interest in photography and published his first images at the age of 18. After studying in the States, the Greek photographer began to combine his passion for nature and landscape with photography, often traveling to remote locations to capture some of the world's most extreme environments. Among......read more

Iceland In Color 10/10

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Greek Photographer Fokionz Issiadis shot 10 Days in 2013 and 10 Days in 2014

We all see images from Iceland. But rarely are the photos as dynamic and as beautiful as these captured by Fokionz Issiadis. In this series, ICELAND:10/10, he caught both Summer and Winter from 10 days in 2013 and 10 days in 2014 and in colors and textures that make you want to see more and explore Iceland further. And there is no shortage of photos. This man is prolific. This work presents a......read more

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