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David Eustace: Highland Heart

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Scot photographer documents the craggy landscapes of his homeland

When the Anthropologist approached David Eustace about a photo project, the Glasgow-born, New York-based photographer decided to to back -- way back -- to his ancestral home in the Scottish Highlands. The resulting collection of photos, entitled Highland Heart, document his travels through the Highlands and Hebridean Islands, aptly capturing the dark, mystical  glory of the craggy......read more

Cartographic Collages by Val Britton

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Immersive maps works navigate imagination and memory

Val Britton's oversized collages use the language of maps to draw imaginary paths through memory. The Berkeley artist's work is inspired by an attempt to connect to her father, a long-haul truck driver who passed away when she was a teenager. Britton's cartographic interpretations merge what she knows about her dad's journeys with what she can never know. From her artist's......read more

Gato Heroi Surfboards Photographed by David Black

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California longboard shaper profiled in support of earthquake relief in Japan

Robin Kegel is the founder and board shaper at Gato Heroi, a DIY surf company getting plenty of love in the surf scene and beyond for its innovative approach to longboarding. The name Gato Heroi means "cat hero," Kegel's response to hotdoggers flailing about in the water with leashes (most Gato Heroi boards have no leashes). Big time director/photographer David Black shot these pics of Kegel at......read more

Anna Mia Davidson: Stewards Of The Land

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Stirring portraits of sustainable farmers in the Pacific Northwest

Anna Mia Davidson is an acclaimed documentary photographer whose editorial clients include The New York Times and Vanity Fair. Anna's personal interest in sustainability and rural America led her to travel around the Pacific Northwest, shooting farmers of organic food.   "These individuals represent the resurgence of sustainable farmers in the Pacific Northwest, who are passionate,......read more

David Cooper: Guide to the Shetland Islands

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Amazing travel photos of Scottish archipelago

Susan Sontag once wrote, "It seems positively unnatural to travel without taking a camera along." These words inform Tourisms, a web-based collection of photographic travel guides, with a bunch of different photographers offering visual tours of the places they've been. Great concept. There are plenty to browse through, but "A Guide to the Shetland Islands," from Glasgow-based......read more

Exhale Pavilion

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Luminescent installation lights up Art Basel Miami.

Art Basel, which jumped off in Miami yesterday, runs through the end of this weekend, and we're not remotely pleased that we're not there. Luckily, Inhabitat came through with some superb images of one of the installations we're most curious about. The Exhale Pavilion, part of the Oceanfront Nights program at Miami Beach, is a massive outdoor installation made from miles of......read more

The University of North Carolina, best known for its basketball prowess, is celebrating a different sort of victory this week. The Chapel Hill, NC school was named winner of the Environmental Protection Agency's National Building Competition to see who could get the most energy savings out of their respective buildings over the course of a year. The winning team, from UNC's Morrison......read more

Beer Crate Pavilion

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A sustainable exhibition space designed by SHSH.

Belgians love their beer (hey, we love their beer too) so you know there's no shortage of plastic beer crates in the country. What to do with them all? If you're Brussels architecture firm SHSH, you design a massive pavilion using 33,000 of them. Built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1958 Universal World Exhibition in Brussels, the Bonheur Provisoire was dedicated to public......read more

Ars Natura: Magical Plastiquarium

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David Edgar's colorful marine creatures give new form and meaning to product packaging.

I recently met Beth Terry, the author of a great blog on plastic pollution called Fake Plastic Fish (and a definitive resource on our culture’s obsession with plastics) at a very sobering event – the return from an expedition to Midway Island with photographer Chris Jordan, who traveled there with a film crew to document the “plastic graveyard.” Midway is literally “midway” from......read more

Seed Cathedral

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The UK Pavilion at Shanghai Expo.

As it nears completion, the UK Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010—dubbed "Seed Cathedral"— is shaping up to be a mindblowing piece of architecture. Designed by British star architect Thomas Heatherwick, the pavilion is covered in 60,000 transparent rods. During the day the fiber optic rods gather natural light and illuminate the interior of the pavilion. At night the rods transport the......read more

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