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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

Chris Ballantyne: Paintings

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Desolate depictions of the American landscape.

With a deft hand and a quirky sense of humor, Brooklyn-based artist Chris Ballantyne highlights the desolate emptiness of American landscapes. In his paintings and murals, graphically rendered structures are isolated on flat fields of color, underscoring the anti-social effects of our built environment. “Growing up in a military family and moving to different parts of the country, there......read more

Alex Roulette: Fabricated Realism

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Photorealistic American landscapes.

Using photographic source images, Brooklyn artist Alex Roulette creates realistic paintings of fabricated landscapes, depicting private moments in male adolescence. "The invented landscapes arise from archetypal citations of past and present cultural influences," he says. "Placing figures into these landscapes is an attempt to take advantage of the viewer's natural ability to......read more

Joan Fontcuberta: Landscapes Without Memory

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Computer-generated fantasy worlds "recycled" from famous artworks.

One of Spain's most prominent artists, Joan Fontcuberta is known for exploring the ground where illusion and reality meet. For Landscapes Without Memory, Fontcuberta co-opted computer software developed by the military to render map data into 3D geographic images. But instead of inputting maps into the Terragen software, he fed fragments of landscape works by Turner, Cezanne, Dali,......read more

Tim Simmons: Scotland

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Supernatural photos of Scottish landscapes.

Browsing through Tim Simmons' vast photography portfolio, you'd think you were looking at photo stills of the most amazing sci-fi film never made. The UK photographer has an uncanny ability to make regular old Earth look like a far-away planet from Isaac Asimov's imagination. For twenty years, Simmons has been using studio still life techniques to illuminate night landscapes and create some of......read more

Ethereal Nature Photos from Li Hui

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Chinese photographer creates evocative portraits -- without revealing anyone's face

For someone with no formal training who's only been shooting photos for a couple years, Li Hui sure knows how to make a nice picture. The Chinese artist takes expertly-rendered, soft focus photos of her friends in natural settings. They're portraits, but you never see the subjects' faces. She says it's because she's too shy to look them in the face. "I think people change their faces too fast......read more

Conceptual Landscape Paintings by Jonathan Zawada

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Large-scale neon landscapes interpreted from digital data.

Fact: The more pot high school seniors smoke, the more music they buy. That's just one of the many offbeat sociological observations made by Australian artist Jonathan Zawada in Over Time, a series of oil paintings that recently wrapped its run at Prism Gallery in LA. A self-described "tech junkie," Zawada collected random bits of data — like the value of land over time in Dubai vs. in......read more

Michael Hall's 'Climate' Series Documents Global Warming

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Photo project captures a climate in flux.

Originally inspired by Tim Flannery's book "The Weather Makers," New Zealand-born, Sydney-based photographer Michael Hall embarked on an ambitious personal project: to capture and reveal the causes and effects of global climate change.  Like his forefather Edward Burtynsky, Hall lures in the viewer with epic, eye-popping images that make us consider our own role in the......read more

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