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Fantastic Forest Paintings by Tzu-chi Yeh

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Taiwanese artist creates wonderful wooded landscape works

Wow. These are amazing. Taiwanese artist Tzu-chi Yeh creates realistically detailed paintings of forested landscapes that could easily be mistaken for photos. They're not, but you can rest assured that they come from the brush of a very talented painter. Bob Ross would be proud. It seems the art market likes Yeh's work too. One of the paintings just sold for a tidy $142,000. (via But Does It......read more

Psychedelic Landscapes by Leslie Shows

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Tired practice of landscape painting gets a breath of life

Growing up in Alaska, Leslie Shows' playpen was the natural world. Now based in San Francisco, the artist draws on her upbringing to makes hybrid paintings to conjure hallucinatory landscapes filled with black icebergs, blazing skies, and reflecting pools. The quasi-abstract works combine polymers, pigments, paper, and -- in an act of recycling -- pieces of metal and other material......read more

Swirling Landscape Architecture by Charles Jencks

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Totally cosmic land works inspired by biology and space

Looking like scenes from some fairy tale and/or acid trip, the swirling landscape works of Charles Jencks are in fact informed by big scientific ideas like fractals, genetics, chaos theory, and waves. Take, for instance, The Garden of Speculation, in Scotland, where a Jencks designed a terrace that shows the distortion of space and time caused by a black hole, a "Quark Walk"......read more

Rasmus Norlander

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Clean, sharp architectural and landscape work from the Swedish photographer.

What better day than Monday to look at some cool, detached images of lonely landscapes and dormant machines? Swedish photographer Rasmus Norlander, whose main subject is architectural, actually has a deep and diverse body of work. We're feeling it. Check out his site for more. (Via But Does It Float)...read more

Henry Roy

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Haitian-French fashion photographer ventures into the natural world.

Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Henry Roy emigrated to France in 1966 at the age of three. When he returned to his homeland 22 years later, Roy discovered that growing up as a political refugee had given him a special perspective on society and culture. This unique point of view permeates Roy’s editorial photographs, which have graced the pages of Purple, Vogue Paris, and Dazed and Confused. ......read more

Aimee Brodeur: Compass

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Epic landscape collection from Bay Area photographer.

Lucky for us, Aimee Brodeur has a soft spot for nature. The San Clemente-born, San Francisco-based photographer regularly travels outside of the city to shoot the wild landcapes of the southwestern U.S. "Compass," her latest collection, captures iconic images of the desert, complete with epic skies and weather-shaped rock formations. If these pics don't inspire you to get outside......read more

Blanca Vinas: Chemical Landscapes

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Double exposures, chemical treatements used to create psychedelic images on film

Spanish photographer Blanca Vinas treats film like a painter's canvas, using a variety of techniques to alter the images she shoots on Lomography devices. From double exposures and colour filters, to masks and chemical treatments, Blanca experiments with multiple methods to express different realities on film. "I started taking photographs when I discovered the possibility of the sensitive......read more

Michael Wells: Scorched Earth

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Eerily beautiful photos document fire-ravaged landscapes.

Los Angeles photographer Michael Wells has a mega-diverse body of work covering subjects ranging from landscapes to products to architecture to garbage. There's not a lot else we can tell you about him because, well, we don't know anything else about him. What we do know is that his "Scorched Earth" photo series, in which wildfire-ravaged landscapes are captured in all their......read more

Chris Sisarich: Landscapes

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Take a mental vacation courtesy of New Zealand photographer Chris Sisarich.

So you're at work, eyes glued to the computer screen, wishing you could be anywhere but there. We know the deal. We've been waiting for real science to invent teleportation since science fiction dreamed it up. Since we can't actually steal you away on an exotic journey, we'll do the next best thing -- show you some insanely great travel/landscape photos from Auckland, NZ......read more

Leaked Document Exposes Obama's Climate Strategy

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Confidential memo outlines key messages the Obama administration wants to convey at UN climate talks in Mexico in November.

The Guardian has published the text a leaked document revealing the US government's increasingly controversial strategy in the global UN climate talks. The document was left on a European hotel computer and passed to the British newspaper. The text unveils the Obama's administration's hardline, "take it or leave it" approach to the agreement, signaling that the US intends......read more

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