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Surreal Landscapes by Kevin Cooley

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NYC photographer taps into the otherworldly mystery of Earth

Judging from these pictures, Kevin Cooley is up on his art history. Taken from two Cooley series -- Found Landscape and Iceland (yes, Iceland again) -- the photos combine the awestruck man-in-nature motif of Romantic landscape painting with the mysterious weirdness of Surrealism. He pulls it off through careful lighting, creating a cinematic sort of suspense and tension.......read more

Kevin Cooley: Take Refuge

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New show in LA explores humanity's relationship with nature

"The whole history of humanity could be framed within our relationship with nature," says Kevin Cooley on the subject of his latest solo exhibition, "Take Refuge," which runs through the end of February at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles. In the show, featuring 10 gorgeous, large-scale photographs, along with some video work, the NYC-based artist explores humanity's connections and......read more

Traveling Alaska with Photographer Kevin Russ

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Society6 joins an intrepid photographer on his journey up north

A couple of years back, we were introduced to the work of Kevin Russ via Flickr, where he used to regularly post wilderness-centric images captured on his travels. Online artist community Society6 recently joined Russ on an adventure to the Alaskan wilderness, and cobbled together this inspiring video of the experience. Watch as Russ leads us through some jaw-dropping landscapes, explaining the......read more

SWEET CHERRY

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A Sexy Short About Harvesting Fruit By Kevin Millet

Directed by Kevin Millet Production / None Music / Movement SWEET CHERRY is a video about what happen in the fruit picking in British Columbia, Canada. Every year, people from all around the globe come for the harvest to make money but also discover and have new experiences. From precarious conditions to unexpected meeting, I’ve filmed portraits of people of differents origins. Directed......read more

Obama's New Climate Stance: No Surprise

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Kevin Knoblach, President of the Union of Concerned Scientists, on why climate action matters now

Kevin Knoblach for Huffington Post: When President Obama called for Congress to "pursue a bipartisan, market-based solution to climate change" in his State of the Union Address, adding that he'll use his executive authority to act if Congress won't, legislative handicappers would be excused if they scratched their heads. After all, didn't opponents of climate action decisively block legislative......read more

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