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Sir Richard's Condoms

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Condoms for a cause.

Sir Richard's is all about saving the world, one condom at a time. The Boulder, CO-based company's line of Fair Trade-certified prophylactics offer protection not only for the purchaser, but for also for a lucky sex participant in the developing world. For each condom purchased in the United States, the company donates one to a developing nation. Manufactured at one of the only two......read more

Jim Denevan: Siberia

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Frozen land art photographed by Peter Hinson.

Jim Denevan is an modern day renaissance man. Famous for his mega-sized land art works, the Californian artist is also an accomplished chef whose traveling Outstanding in the Field project connects people with local ingredients and producers. Denevan's art is all about nature's ephemeral moments. “For me, marking the earth is an opportunity to measure and consider what is directly at hand......read more

Prius 10th Anniversary

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SHFT co-hosts the Toyota hybrid's birthday at an epic event in Malibu. M. Ward performs while Shepard Fairey prepares his DJ set during magic hour.

Oh, how the years go by. Toyota's iconic Prius hybrid celebrated its 10th anniversary last weekend in the Malibu hills. The bash took place in a stunning, sun-drenched setting at the Wright Way Organic Resource Center (founded by sustainable architect Eric Lloyd Wright, who learned the trade from his famous grandfather) overlooking Santa Monica Bay. The eight-hour affair was produced by......read more

Jim Vecchi: Markings

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Photographer discovers artistic patterns at his feet in SF's Sunset District

It's always cool when images reveal the beauty in the everyday, the things we may otherwise overlook going about our daily business. Jim Vecchi does just that with Markings, a series of photos that uncover the shapes, patterns and colors of sidewalks and driveways in San Francisco's Sunset District. The photos are just one part of a three-part series Vecchi calls The Sunset Trilogy. In his......read more

Landform Projections by Jim Sanborn

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Prolonged exposures and projected light offer new perspectives on landscapes

American artist Jim Sanborn is probably best known for his mysterious Kryptos sculpture at CIA headquarters, or for his vast body of work dealing with radiation and nuclear experimentation. But it's his "Topographic Projections and Implied Geometries" photo series that looks most interesting to Earth-nerds like us. Shot at night, the photos use long shutter speeds and light......read more

Jim Mangan: Color'd

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Intrepid photog takes his naked-people-in-nature motif to colorful new heights

There is no greater freedom than being buck naked in the middle of nowhere. Ask Jim Mangan. The photographer and filmmaker is making a habit of capturing the naked-in-nature feeling on film. Last year's Winter's Children project featured the former pro snowboarder's friends shredding the Idaho backwoods on vintage snowboards, clad only in Native blankets. (You can cop the "Winter's......read more

Tokyo Through A Magnifying Glass

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From Takashi Kitajima

Japanese photographer Takashi Kitajima captures the same Tokyo scenes in two different ways and juxtaposes them in one single composition. His series Glassporthole, features a diffused and blurry view of the city where the buildings, streets, and signage are fused into a hazy mixture of color, light, and shape. Adding to it, Kitajima also looks at the landscape through a magnifying glass. This......read more

Bokeh Cityscapes by Takashi Kitajima

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Splendid, blurred-light images of Tokyo nights

Takashi Kitajima is a Tokyo-based software engineer and a talented photographer to boot. You can see his impressive image editing skills on full display in this ongoing series of photos, in which Takashi uses bokeh to render the details of Tokyo cityscapes as blurred dots of light. The images were shot from high altitude overpasses and building observation decks, looking down upon the city's......read more

The Science of Republicanism

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Economist Jim Barrett on the GOP's selective approach to climate science

Economist Jim Barrett for The Huffington Post: In case there was any remaining doubt that mainstream Republicans have abandoned mainstream science, look no further than the House Republicans' recent crusades against their own scientific ideas. According to The Hill: "Lawmakers voted 234-178 ... to prevent EPA from factoring the "social cost of carbon" into rules unless a federal law is enacted......read more

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