1. cross-connect:

    Rebecca Louise Law born 1980 in Cambridge,UK is an installation artist who works with natural materials. She trained in Fine Art at Newcastle University, England. Her work plays with the relationship between the human being and nature. She is best known for her interactive large-scale installations of hanging flowers within site-specific spaces. As well as exhibiting in Public Spaces, Galleries and Museums, Rebecca has made installations for fashion brands such as; Hermes, Salvatore Ferragamo and Gucci.

    For the wider community Rebecca has also led Land Art Projects to encourage social change through engaging with nature hands on. She operates out of a studio on Columbia Road, East London.

    Fleurs!

  2. natgeofound:

A close view of the puffer fish found in Florida’s warm waters, January 1922.Photograph by L. F. Williamz, National Geographic

    natgeofound:

    A close view of the puffer fish found in Florida’s warm waters, January 1922.
    Photograph by L. F. Williamz, National Geographic

  3. Unpublished photos from National Geographic

    Unpublished photos from National Geographic

  4. Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s by John Philipps Emslie via The Wellcome Collection)

    (Source: spacetravelco)

  5. artchipel:

Christine Ödlund - Röststudie / Voice Study. Watercolour and pencil on paper, 139x93 cm (2013)
photo by Jean-Baptiste Beranger

    artchipel:

    Christine Ödlund - Röststudie / Voice Study. Watercolour and pencil on paper, 139x93 cm (2013)

    photo by Jean-Baptiste Beranger

  6. dcdocent:

    Eye-Candy Monday: Martin Hill environmental sculptures

    Environmental art

    (Source: ineedaguide.blogspot.nl)

  7. Keep thinking about Andy Goldsworthy this winter.

    (Source: skunkbear)

  8. brain-food:

    Surreal Nature by Martin Vlach

    Beautiful