Name Name

title
descript

SEARCH

669 results for "world press photo contest 2016"
Page
2

World Tour, "Forever Tonight"

watch
Sweeping new video from one of Sweden's most promising young groups

"Forever Tonight," World Tour's meditative first single on Emotion, is described as "music that could only have been made among the remote hills of northern Sweden." We're not sure what exactly that means but we somehow agree. Hailing from Funäsdalen, a mountain town near the Norwegian border, the promising young trio keep things local for the song's newly released video,......read more

Toxic Beauty

read
By Kacper Kowalski

Aerial photography of nature - and the destruction of nature - are earily and beutifully captured by Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski in his series Toxic Beauty.  The series placed second in the 57th annual World Press Photo Awards for 2014 in the category of Nature.  We see a lot of areal images, and Kowalski's eye for textures and colors are among the finest.   Views from the......read more

Sustainable Energy: A Long Way to Go

read
World Energy Council calls for stable policies to encourage sustainability

The energy industry needs clear policies from government to invest in sustainable technologies, says a new report from the World Energy Council (WEC).  The group interviewed 40 executives from the energy industry for its annual World Energy Trilemma report, released this week at COP-18 in Doha, Qatar. The report calls for the establishment of clear emissions targets in  in......read more

SHFT Sampler 6-15-10

read
Our weekly assemblage of links from around the web.

Oil gushers and global warming: The New Republic asks why we stink at dealing with ecological catastrophes. GOOOAAAAAL! Scoring green at the FIFA World Cup 2010. Tunto Design modestly describes its wooden LED1 lamp as "the best lamp in the world." It's hard to disagree. The hybrid goes virtual: Honda's CR-Z sport hybrid coupe makes debut at E3 video game expo. Gehry vs.......read more

A SHFT in Conciousness

read
SHFT co-founder Peter Glatzer interviewed in Dedicated Follower of Fashion.

Los Angeles style blog Dedicated Follower of Fashion asked us for an interview and we were happy to oblige. Check it out as SHFT co-founder Peter Glatzer discusses what we're all about. Read the interview here....read more

NOWNESS: Adrian at Home

press
SHFT Co-Founder invites NOWNESS into his green garden

Adrian Grenier is best known for playing irresponsible Hollywood star Vincent Chase on Entourage, but his home and garden prove the guy has serious green credentials. A longtime believer in sustainable living, the 34-year-old Grenier has been quietly renovating the Victorian house in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill neighborhood he bought in 2005 to suit his sensibilities. ...read more

Presso Espresso Maker

shop
Hand-powered espresso at home or on the road. $150.00

Who needs electricity? The Presso Espresso Maker brews a potent shot using but a little elbow grease. Lightweight and ultra-portable, the Presso is perfect for camping and travel. Features a milk frother and two-cup adapter. All you need is a little boiled water, and voila, great off-the-grid espresso. Smart....read more

Wayne Levin Photography

read
Mindmelting undersea photography depicts the ocean as you've never seen it before.

Wayne Levin's black and white photos of underwater worlds may leave you wondering if someone spiked your breakfast. The dreamlike, hallucinatory images depict the ocean in an exceptionally unearthly light. Beautiful stuff....read more

E-Waste in Ghana

read
Eye-opening photo series by Andrew McConnell.

Photographer Andrew McConnell's illuminating E-WASTE series focuses on electronic waste from the US and Europe being unloaded on West African countries like Ghana, Nigeria, and Ivory Coast. Hundreds of tons of discarded electronics are shipped to this region every year. Here, McConnell captures the dumping ground of Agbogbloshie, a suburb of Accra, Ghana. (Via Notcot) ...read more

Earth From Above

read
Hauntingly beautiful aerial photography by David Maisel.

David Maisel's large-scale aerial photos of open pit mines, clear-cut forests, and water reclamation zones document the complex relationship between human beings and nature. Rich in detail, ambiguous in meaning, Maisel's work has much in common with Edward Burtynsky, who also uses large, detailed photographs to chronicle industrial transformation of the environment. A preferred subject......read more

Page
2