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Nich Hance McElroy: The Great Divide

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Seattle photographer shoots nature at its most unforgiving

Thanks to an introduction last year from 01, we've been keeping an eye on the photographic work of Nich Hance McElroy for a while. Judging from his Flickr-folio, the Seattle-based photographer regularly ventures into the great outdoors to capture shots of wilderness at its most sublime -- and unforgiving.  This selection, from his latest series entitled "The Great Divide," looks to......read more

Nich Hance McElroy: How to be Alone

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Vancouver-based photographer journeys into the mystic

As a Masters candidate in English with a degree in Classics, Nich Hance McElroy [previously] knows plenty about myths involving intrepid heroes. Whether intentional or not, the literary vibrations shine through in his pictures, as you can see from these selections from his How to be Alone series. Like scenes from a movie about a mythical vision quest, the photos depict strange encounters and......read more

Nicholas Alan Cope: Whitewash

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Stark, abstract photos of modern architecture in Los Angeles

Since moving to LA from Maryland in 2002, Nicholas Alan Cope has been documenting the infrastructure of his adopted hometown in stark, black-and-white photos. Those images of the city's geometric modern architecture are collected in a new book, "Whitewash," out this month on powerHouse. Cope relies on stark abstraction and the power of contrast to deliver what looks to be a surreal and special......read more

Spirits

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Watch Nicholas Buer's magical time-lapse of the northern skies

Yes, it's another time-lapse video, and yes you have to watch it. This spectacular new clip was shot near Tromvik, in northern Norway, one of the best places on earth to witness the northern lights (aurora borealis). Time-lapse specialist Nicholas Buer happened to be visiting the area during a solar flare, which sent massive reverberations through earth's magnetic field and made the......read more

On a Lake With Nicholas Haggard

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LA-based photographer captures intimate moments in nature

Thank you to The Fox Is Black for reminding us about the work of Nicholas Haggard, the Los Angeles photographer who we first discovered via 01 Magazine a few years back. From Haggard's personal portfolio come these beautiful, intimate photos of friends hanging out by a nameless lake. "I'm interested in making images that feel honest," he told Fecal Face. "I enjoy the sort of authenticity and......read more

Shlohmo, "Rained The Whole Time" (Nicolas Jaar Remix)

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A pulsating new clip from Video Marsh

Canadian directing outfit Video Marsh just unveiled these milky visuals for one of the several superb remixes on on the b-side of Shlohmo’s debut LP, Vacation. With strangely colored, amorphous forms coagulating and pulsating across the frame. the clip looks a lot like a microscopic film of my brain on Monday morning. It's also the perfect visual accompaniment to the track, a deliciously......read more

Suck UK Cardboard Radio

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Recycled paper audio device by designer Christopher McNicholl $39.00

Recycled cardboard is becoming a favorite material for innovative sustainable design. The minimal, retro-looking Cardboard Radio from Suck UK and designer Christopher McNicholl is a case in point. It features an MP3 jack so you can listen to your iPod on the go. And when you’re finally ready to get rid of the radio, just remove the simple card structure that houses the electronic......read more

Nick Frank: Munich Subway

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Behold the eerie, modernist beauty of these photos of deserted German subway stations

Urban design fanatics can rejoice in these pictures from German photographer Nick Frank, who stalked Munich's subway stations after hours to capture the eerie, modernist beauty of underground architecture in his hometown. Frank, who works as a creative director at an ad agency by day, has an eye for bold, basic shapes and bright colors. "I really have a graphical and minimalistic eye......read more

Trash Cube

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Nicholas Le Moigne's scrap cement stool doesn't look very comfortable.

With the "Trash Cube," Swiss designer Nicholas Le Moigne sets his sights on the small market of green design fanatics who also happen to be narcoleptic. There is no danger of falling asleep sitting on this thing. Created entirely from scrap fibre cement, the Trash Cube is an interesting vision of green furniture — and maybe the least comfortable seat imaginable. Workers at the......read more

How One Designer Gave Typhoon Debris A Second Chance At Life

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From our good friends at collectively

Interview by Scott Pierce Bernardo Urbina is a furniture designer from Costa Rica. After graduating from Pratt and receiving his Master's from Politecnico de Milano, he realized he wasn't ready to completely pack his bags and go home. But he was ready for a new kind of metropolis. So he ended up in Cebu City, the Philippine's second most populous city after Manila, which......read more

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