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French artist, Charles Leval aka Levalet, likes to incorporate the surroundings into his site-specific wheatpaste artworks, and his figures often seem to interact with their environment.
Prepare for a trip down memory lane because today we’re about to give you a tour through the history of sports in pictures.
When Rio de Janeiro was bidding for the 2016 Olympics, the city promised to cleanup the notoriously polluted Guanabara Bay. Since the Bay will be the venue for sailing and windsurfing events, the cleanup is sort of important. But while International Olympic Committee officials insist the waterway will be cleaned in time for the 2016 games, just 500 days away, Rio’s mayor says otherwise.
Despite all of these priceless ecological, economic, social and health benefits, global deforestation continues at an alarming rate – 13 million hectares of forest are destroyed annually. Deforestation accounts for 12 to 20 percent of the global greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.
Photographer Javier Laspiur has created a photo history of game controlles he played on, starting in 1983 and leading up through 2013.
Imagine if, in your darkest hour, every napkin you used to wipe away your tears motivated you to dry your tears and get you back on your feet.
This is the seed of Erodium cicutarium (stork’s bill or filaree) which upon having contact with water will bore or drill itself into the ground in order for the seed to sprout. Watch closely as the seed will reverse itself several times. Possibly to bury itself further in to the ground. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: […]
Photographer Linden Gledhill capture stunning images of the microscopic world, of various substances and chemical reactions.