‘Adios, Green Village’ Photographs Reveal the Hidden Lives of a Dying Shanghai Village

September 24, 2013 by  
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Found Objects Become Magical Works of Art Submerged Underwater by Forlane 6 Studio

March 13, 2013 by  
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Using found objects and furniture,  Forlane 6 Studio created these magical underwater sculptures that serve as hauntingly beautiful reminders of our mindless consumption. Designed by the artistic duo of Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez, the pair behind the studio, the works are then photographed to appear both mysterious and ethereal. The discarded items are transformed into illuminating works of art that perfectly embody the old saying: one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Read the rest of Found Objects Become Magical Works of Art Submerged Underwater by Forlane 6 Studio Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: discarded items , forlane 6 studio , found items , green photography , mass production , reused objects , sustainable artwork , trash art

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Ian Ruhter Converts a Delivery Truck into a Pinhole Camera for his American Dream Project

August 24, 2012 by  
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Klaus Pichler’s Stunning Photos of Rotting Food Examine Excess of Wasted Food

April 10, 2012 by  
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Exploring the connection between individual food waste and the global scale of food production, “One Third” is an extraordinary series of photos which create abstract still lifes of rotting food. Photographer Klaus Pichler took his title from a UN study that states that one third of the world’s food goes to waste . As a result, Klaus decided to highlight the amount of effort and energy that goes into producing everything we consume and how much we discard. His amazing portrayals of the waste are beautifully composed, yet on closer inspection mould is visbly creeping over the old food. Read the rest of Klaus Pichler’s Stunning Photos of Rotting Food Examine Excess of Wasted Food Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: food waste project , green art , green photography , Klaus Pichler , One third , photography food waste , rotten food still life , sustainable design , United Nations

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Get Even Greener by Putting Bells and Whistles on Your Digital Image Sharing

July 13, 2011 by  
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Digital cameras may not save the world, but since most people keep their photo archives stored electronically, we’re at least consuming a lot less paper and film (much of which ends up decaying in attic storage boxes or outdated plastic-sleeved albums anyway). Still, your adventures in Belize are totally worth sharing and you can only do so much with a classic photo album, even if it’s eco-friendly. Give your friends and family a 360-degree view of your trip with music, video footage and every one of your amazing photos – compliments of the Visa Memory Mapper app . Your family and friends want to know exactly where you found that spectacular hand-woven basket you brought home? No problem. The Visa Memory Mapper takes travelogue-ing to the next level thanks to integrated Google Maps satellite technology. Want to share your memories with the new friends you met in Belize? Do it using Facebook, Twitter or email and then start planning your next exotic excursion: cardholders who use their Visa between now and October 31st are automatically entered to win $100,000 toward the trip of a lifetime. Be a part of the green revolution with the Memory Mapper. Visit http://www.facebook.com/visa . NO PURCHASE OR OBLIGATION NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THE VISA 2011 TRIP OF A LIFETIME SWEEPSTAKES. Open to legal U.S. residents, 18 years or older as of 4/27/11. PIN-based and ATM transactions are not eligible. Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited. Sweepstakes ends 10/31/11. For complete details on non-purchase entries, go to  http://on.fb.me/jBn2PD . Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: digital photography , digital photos , Facebook , green photography , green photos , green technology , memory mapper , photo sharing , social media , trip of a lifetime sweepstakes , twitter photos , visa , visa memory mapper

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