Fallen tree trunks carved into functional art.
Covering mirror frames with shells.
Shell as art medium. We carve them, polish them into wampum, sew them onto fabric, paint them, embed them, glue them.
Adorn or encrust your old furniture in shells.
Honey and butterfly Godess paintings by Lea Bradovich.
Robert Tatin's sculptural retirement home in France.
Bark Furniture and Accessories. Bring bark indoors. It is long lasting and visually interesting.
Karen Hackenberg paints local beach-found detritus that washes up near her Discovery Bay, Washington studio.
Drawing on pristine snow with snowshoes.
An overlooked sculpture medium. Wet the adzuki beans and mix with glue.
An ancient Asian art form. Patience and attention to detail is a necessity when creating art from eggshells.
Object reuse at Art Basel Miami, December 2014.
Diatom Art of Klaus Kemp
Manhole covers date back at least to the era of ancient Rome.
The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year competition is an international showcase for the very best in environmental photography and film. Honouring amateurs and professionals of all ages, it provides an opportunity for photographers to share images of environmental and social issues with international audiences, and to enhance our understanding of the causes, consequences and solutions to climate change and social inequality.
Os Gêmeos at the Vancouver Biennale.
Wearing junk food on the outside instead of in. Sugar worship turns against itself.
Some fine examples of wood-fired ceramics.
Currency Collages of C.K. Wilde.
Planetary Panoramas -awe-inspiring skies.
Maize Gods projected on trees as a message against transgenic corn.