Thanks to Fast CoExist, we’ve discovered the works of Barry Rosenthal, whose works of neatly sorted beach trash for his series Found in Nature remind us that there is beauty even in trash — and that there is a whole lot of trash in the oceans.
Les déchets de Barry Rosenthal
Barry Rosenthal aime photographier les plantes et les animaux mais au cours de ses sorties photographiques il a commencé petit à petit à collectionner les déchets qu’il trouvait dans la nature, les arrangeants soigneusement par types et couleurs.
22 Environmentally Focused Campaigns
Environmentally Focused Campaigns - Sometimes we all need a little reminder about being more eco-friendly and sustainable in our lives, which is why these clever environmentally focus...
Juxtapoz Magazine - Polluting the Film
When photographer Brandon Seidler began experimenting with chemical manipulations on processed film, he started researching the chemicals he was using...
Changing Forests: 1998–2004
"Stagg" Giant Sequoia. Fifth largest single living organism on earth. 25.5 feet in diameter, 242 feet tall, 44,100 cubic feet by wood volume., Camp Nelson, California, December 2001, from TREE: A New Vision of the American Forest (2004, Sterling Publishing) ISBN-13: 9780760762165 | James Balog Photography series, Changing Forests: 1998–2004. For the 300-plus-foot trees, he took photo segments from top to bottom; then formed the segments into portraits. via jamesbalog.com