Double Exposure Portraits of Animals Reflecting Their Habitat by Andreas Lie.

Double Exposure Portraits of Animals Reflecting Their Habitat by Andreas Lie

u have to do to c there is a prob is turn on ur TV the airwaves are saturated with political ads funded by a handful of billionaires pushing their narrow agenda. The result? The massive megaphone ey've bought is drowning out the voices of everyone else.  Take a look at the House of Representatives. After Citizens United, polluter dollars poured into campaigns all over the country. political money distorting the priorities of our democracy

Stop Polluters From Putting Their Money Where Your Mouth Is

This photo demonstrates how pollution is impacting and destroying the earth. It shows that we as humans are oblivious to this and aren't trying to take action against reducing our ecological footprint.

Purple Haze – 2013 - The Paul Kenton Collection - Art - Castle Galleries

A signed limited edition boxed canvas of 150 by contemporary cityscape artist, Paul Kenton entitled Purple Haze

Valery Koshlyakov’s large-scale cardboard paintings, collages and installations – sometimes hanging from the ceiling, sometimes made out of sticky tape p

Valery Koshlyakov’s large-scale cardboard paintings, collages and installations – sometimes hanging from the ceiling, sometimes made out of sticky ta

Bear Cross Stitch Kit JoJoes Art and Scandy Girl by GeckoRouge

iCanvas We Are In This Together Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art Print by JoJoesArt

Reappropriating and inhabiting  Piranesi's Carceri | by Jonathan Gales

Haunting video by architecture studio shows a decaying future London - with rusting landmarks colonised by squatters

low fired: layered cyanotypes

experimenting with layering manipulated inkjet prints and cyanotypes taking hours to expose as no sun in the west country this week.

Adriane Colburn, Forest for the Trees, 2010. Paper, ink jet prints, aluminium, steel, ink, paint.  Building a set of hanging terraria out of emphatically man-made materials like steel, aluminum, and paper, artist Adriane Colburn made this work in an effort to isolate the effects and pitfalls of human efforts to contain and commodify natural processes.

Harrowing Works of Art Inspired by Climate Change

Just look at that symbolism the pollution is trees!

it's ironic because the smoke coming out of the towers is usually bad for the environment while trees are the opposite

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