These incredible images by Franz Schumacher look like the last thing you would see before ending up in Oz.
The Ghosts of Time (by davebrosha)
Fox River Derivatives by Peter Hoffman
Fox River Derivatives is a series that questions our relationship with our natural resources. The images are part of a larger experiment that utilizes water and fossil fuels in the actual image-making process.
The Violent Violet Sun
“After dodging clouds and hailstorms all week I was able to record my first solar image at the CaK wavelength… 393.37nm in the violet end of the spectrum. I see almost no detail visually due to my eye’s poor sensitivity at this wavelength. But the camera sees good!” — Alan Friedman
Color signatures of novels’ visual content by Jaz Parkinson. More. Looks like it may be possible to order prints, and even make requests!
(I just finished reading The Road and I can’t believe there is even THAT much color.)
Atlantic ocean road in Norway, By Tanisha Systems
Composited from thousands of digital files drawn from aerial views taken from internet satellite images, this work reflects upon the complex structures that make up the centres of global capitalism, transforming the aerial landscapes of sites associated with industries such as oil, precious metals, consumer culture information and excess. Thousands of seemingly insignificant coded pieces of information are sown together like knots in a rug to reveal a grander spectacle.
People aren’t always awful. Sometimes, they’re maybe even just a little bit wonderful.
Head in the Clouds. Photo by Official San Diego Zoo
Mountain Hare | Terry Whittaker