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Nature Photos by Emma Parry

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Take a leisurely jaunt through the British backwoods

Were it not for a skin affliction, Emma Parry may never have gotten into photography. "My first memory of wanting a camera and taking photos was when i was about 8 or 9," she says. "It was a little plastic fugii 35mm camera with an awful orange cow print over it, and my mum said she’d buy it for me if I would stop itching my eczema." Emma's dermatological loss is our eyeballs'......read more

Emmanuel Coupe's Painterly Utah

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Breathtaking landscape photography from Capitol Reef National Park

Paris-born Emmanuel Coupe knows a thing or two about landscape photography. The globe-trotting shooter was named 2009 Landscape Photographer of the Year for this extremely epic shot of a Scottish sunrise. So if you like landscape photos, Coupe's online portfolio is a good place to get inspired. Thanks to My Modern Met, we've discovered Coupe's extra-amazing work from south-central Utah, and it......read more

Aerial Images of Iceland

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Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris captures abtract landscapes from the sky

Born into to a long family line of musicians and artists, Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris developed an early interest in photography and published his first images at the age of 18. After studying in the States, the Greek photographer began to combine his passion for nature and landscape with photography, often traveling to remote locations to capture some of the world's most extreme environments. Among......read more

Royksopp, "So Easy" (Unofficial)

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Classic ambient-dance track gets amazing new animated video treatment

Bergen, Norway's Royksopp is no stranger to creative animation -- see here and here -- so we're guessing the duo would be okay with Emmanuelle Walker’s unofficial visual interpretation for their 2001 hit "So Easy." A talented artist in her own right, Emmanuelle pulled no punches in creating the surreal animation, in which an elegant cartoon lady dances through blossoming flowers against a......read more

U-Lock Holster by Jesse Herbert

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This handmade bike lock holder solves one of cycling's biggest dilemmas $34.00

A safe, secure U-lock is a must-have accessory for every city cyclist. But U-locks across the board are heavy and cumbersome, which raises a persistent dilemma: How does one carry the damn thing? Montreal-based designer Jesse Herbert of Oopsmark solves the problem with the U-Lock Holster, a simple, aesthetically-pleasing solution for hauling your bike lock. Made by hand using veggie-tanned......read more

tranSglass

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Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden make very nice glassware.

OK, tranSglass may not be new, but it's still looking fresh. Originally designed in 1997 by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden, the elegant line of glassware was picked up in 2005 by Artecnica for its Design w/Conscience collection. The vases, candle holders, carafes, and tumblers are crafted in Guatemala City from recycled bottles, where skilled craftspeople cut and polish items by hand. One......read more

The Electric Car Dilemma

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Zero emissions? That depends on where you get the electricity to charge your car.

In the age of global climate change, people are becoming more and more aware of their carbon footprints and taking measures to reduce them. Hybrid cars have become extremely popular, and some cars claim to be 'zero emission vehicles.' However, even if a vehicle does not create pollution, it is very likely that the source of the energy that is powering the vehicle does. The Nissan Leaf......read more

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