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I Spy a Galaxy

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Magically surreal photos by Sofia Ajram

Sofia Ajram is a magical Montreal-based photographer who creates surreal photos infused with light. Whether her subjects are being lifted into the air or dancing to the beat of their own drum, each person is consumed by the moment. She's currently a student at McGill University.  "My given name is Sofia Ajram. I come from the Third Planet. I am fastened to the sensuous of the inner......read more

Clean Tech Summit Hits Los Angeles on Oct 21st

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LACI Presents GloShow in Los Angeles

There's an exciting marketplace for clean technology in Los Angeles right now. You'd be hard-pressed to find another conference in North America with this array of thought leaders, investors, academics, policymakers and entrepreneurs.  LACI’s Cleantech Global Showcase: GloSho’15 is taking place on Wednesday, October 21st and Thursday, October 22nd and it's a sign of the times......read more

Rachel Sussman: The Oldest Living Things in the World

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Exploring the living past in the fleeting present

For nearly a decade, Rachel Sussman has been researching and traveling the globe in search of it's oldest inhabitants. Sussman begins at 'year zero' and works back from there. Working with leading scientists, she has captured everything from multi-millenial trees to half-million-year-old bacteria. Traveling from Antarctica to the Australian Outback, Sussman has artfully catalogued these ancient......read more

Past / Present

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Whimsical Narratives Blur Elements of the Past with the Present

Dancing with Costică is an imaginative series in which Australian photographer Jane Long transformed old photographs into colorful and creative compositions. Long used original glass plate black and white images, originally created by Romanian war photographer Costică Acsinte, as the foundation for her work. She produced surreal stories by colorizing each print and then digitally blending......read more

Dan Barber: The Farm-to-Table Movement Isn't Working

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Chef and sustainable food advocate presents radical new vision for food

As the brainchild Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Dan Barber knows a thing or two about the farm-to-table movement. Diners at the restaurant, which sits on a farm along the Hudson River, are served food that's harvested on the farm year-round. It's a great model, one that we like so much that we partnered with Stone Barns for our Mobile Kitchen Classroom project. But Barber thinks there's a problem......read more

Niccolo Bonfadini: Sentinels of the Arctic

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Frozen trees of Finnish Lapland

In the northern reaches of Scandanavia lies Lapland, a winter wonderland where the Aurora Borealis shines bright above a snow-covered landscape blanketed in forests and dotted with lakes. Italian nature photographer Niccolo Bonfadini visited Finnish Lapland and captured some of the magic of the place. Bonfadini's Sentinels of the Arctic series features frozen pine and spruce trees, bowing under......read more

Pedro de Passos: Essential Forms

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Elegant, minimal images of architectural shapes

In the '60s, Bernd and Hilla Becher launched a revolution in art photography. The German couple, fascinated by building design, made images of basic architectural shapes from a straightforward, neutral point of view. This "objective" approach to photography became known as the Dusseldorf School, and it influenced an entire generation of artists, including the American landscape photographers who......read more

Elementals: SHFT's Exhibition at Art Basel Miami

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A group show presented by SHFT, Architectural Digest and EnV Group

We're descending on Art Basel Miami Beach this week to present ELEMENTALS, a group show featuring works by Jade Doskow, Shepard Fairey, Greg Auerbach, and more. The exhibition, curated with Kipton Cronkite of @60", is a pictoral exploration of our relationship with Earth, its growing vulnerabilities, and the push for climate change solutions. ELEMENTALS is being produced in partnership......read more

Life After Fossil Fuels

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In this week's NYT Sunday Review, Elizabeth Rosenthal asks to what extent do we "need" oil and gas?

As renewable energy costs continue to plummet and buildings and machines become more and more efficient, the argument that we "need" to keep investing in fossil fuels seems weaker than ever. Countries that a couple decades ago ran on a fuel mix like America's are successfully weaning themselves off of oil and gas. According to the International Energy Agency, thirteen countries got more than 30......read more

SHFT in Austin for SXSW: It's On

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We're teaming up with Ford and The Weather Company to present a bunch of good stuff in Austin

The 2013 edition of SXSW Interactive promises to be bigger and better than ever, and we're more than a little psyched to be in on the action. With our two partners, Ford Motor Company and The Weather Company (formerly The Weather Channel), we're hosting SHFT in Austin, a tech and innovation event featuring the Green Gadget Lab, a Year on the Road travel photo exhibition, an expert panel on......read more

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