Arts/Culture

Nature Skull Sculpture Reminds You Who Ultimately Wins

by Michael dEstries

Fight as we might to separate ourselves from nature, we’ll one day (with the exception of Keith Richards) all lose that battle. Artist Jud Turner has put a unique spin

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Mechanical Steampunk Turtle – Art Or Creepy?

by Michael dEstries

Artist Lisa Black has reimagined the slow, methodic movements of a turtle as a robotic steampunk sculpture. It’s beautiful take on nature as a machine, but is it also a

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The Hummer Horse-Drawn Carriage (w/VIDEO)

by Michael dEstries

Jeremy Dean is an artist that set out on a unique mission: Take a massive HUMMER H2 and convert it into a horse-drawn carriage. The goal? To show just how

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Artist/Activist Paints Buenos Aires’ Riachuelo Green To Celebrate World Water Day

by Michael Parrish DuDell

There’s green and then there’s GREEN! Yesterday on World Water Day, Argentine artist Nicolas Garcia Uriburu teamed up with Greenpeace Argentina to exercise the latter. The artist got his activist on

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Calling All Eco-Artists: Capture The Spotlight In NRDC’s New Contest!

by Elizah Leigh

With increased environmental awareness has come a renewed appreciation for what can be created from the wreckage of our consumer culture, namely a bevy of inspired art works. Anyone with

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ABOVE: Fresh Green Eco-Mag Well Worth The Ka-Ching!

by Elizah Leigh

Green-themed newsstand publications continue to fall the way of the dinosaur in response to ever-dwindling publishing budgets, the increasing clamor of the internet and most of all, a reduction of

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Endangered Species Condoms: Show You Care, Down There

by Elizah Leigh

It’s Valentine’s Day weekend, bayyyy-bee! What a perfect excuse for boozin’ and smoochin’ your sweetie, not to mention a whole lot of other verb-wielding activities, yeah…you know what I’m talkin’

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