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The World’s Largest Freshwater Lake Becomes a Magical Landscape in Photographs by Kristina Makeeva

 Photography #fashion #lakes December 3, 2019 Laura Staugaitis All photographs © Kristina Makeeva, shared with artist’s permission Photographer Kristina Makeeva creates captivating scenes centered around Lake Baikal. The lake, located in Russia, is the largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, holding nearly a quarter of the world’s fresh surface water. Makeeva takes …

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An Enormous Red Sun Will Shine Above the Streets of New York in Thanksgiving Parade Balloon by Yayoi Kusama

 Art #balloons #New York #parades #sun #Thanksgiving November 28, 2019 Laura Staugaitis  If you haven’t had a chance to experience a Yayoi Kusama piece in person, the iconic Japanese artist will be debuting a sun-themed balloon in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Kusama (previously), whose wide-ranging work across a long career includes her …

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Hawaii’s Dense Forests Envelop Abandoned Cars in Photographs by Thomas Strogalski

 Photography #cars #forests #Hawaii #rainforest November 26, 2019 Laura Staugaitis All photographs © Thomas Strogalski and shared with permission of the artist Abandoned vehicles are swallowed by the surrounding forest in “Nature Takes Over,” a photo series by Thomas Strogalski. The German photographer, normally based in Düsseldorf, was on assignment in Maui, Hawaii for …

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Good Clean Fun: Dianna Wood Wields a Power Washer to Blast Birds, Butterflies, and Flowers onto Dirty Driveways

 Illustration #street art #water November 25, 2019 Laura Staugaitis Since receiving a power washer for her birthday this fall, Dianna Wood has turned her driveway, and those of her lucky neighbors, into works of art. Similar to the reductive processes of printmaking and scratchboard art, Wood removes areas of her “canvas” to reveal lighter …

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SISTER: An Intimate Stop-Motion Short About a Family During China’s One-Child Policy

 Animation #black and white #China #family #stop motion November 25, 2019 Laura Staugaitis [embedded content] Animator Siqi Song explores the deeply personal implications of China’s One Child Policy in her powerful animated short, SISTER. The film uses felt stop-motion animation to tell the story of a family that conceived two children during the years—1979 …