Jorge Rodriguez Gerada and the people from the Delta del Ebro region in Spain have joined to form a giant representation of a girl named Gal·la. This installation is meant to bring attention to how future generations will have to pay the price for our inability to act on climate change now.
This piece is one of several major public art installations in over a dozen locations across the planet that will be photographed by satellites 400 miles above the Earth’s surface this November 20-27 as part of a planetary scale art project, 350 EARTH, led by author Bill McKibben and international climate campaign 350.org.
Serbian photographer Boogie, captures some of the grittiest street scenes that you could imagine. Boogie has been living in New York City since 1998, when, after a stint in the military, he won a green card in a lottery. He has spent several years chronicling the lives of New York’s gangsters, drug addicts and hustlers. From NYC to Belgrade, Boogie has an intimacy with the subject that is rarely seen today. To gain access to what he’s seen is probably a once in a lifetime opportunity.
It’s cyber monday, we’re pumped, and now have to pack a bazillion orders going out to all over the world. While we’re slaving over your holiday orders why don’t you watch the completely ridiculous (and hilarious) antics of skateboarding super hero Mongo Man!
We’re keeping the savings going on Cyber monday by extending our 30% off sale for one more day. Get everything on the entire shop for 30% off. We won’t be having a massive sale like until summer so stock up now and get that print for your wall, complete your Beautiful/Decay magazine collection, and buy that shirt so you can impress your sexy robot girlfriend!