The California-based artist Jim Denevan has created unfathomably symmetrical ephemeral “paintings” on the sand since the mid-1990s, using a stick or rake to draw sometimes miles-long geometric and Fibonacci-inspired compositions. His monumental site-specific work Angle of Repose was a major highlight of Desert X AlUla’s second edition this year, comprising several concentric pyramidal mounds of various sizes that surreally altered the desert landscape.
The New World Order Series – Coca Cola, March 2020; By ©1011Plastic fragments collected on the beach, Terrigal (New South Wales, Australia) By © 1011 In the spirit of Maria Sibylla Merian’s 18th century naturalistic plates, The New World Order Series is composed of drawings of fish stamped with the logos of the most polluting […]
The New World Order Series – P&G, is an image from ©1011.
“… stop, and see the beauty we are surrounded by…”
Moai, is an image from Santa Aguila Foundation.
Nowadays, among all the activities available to modern humans, surfing is among the best for body and soul. Here are some reasons why.
With its protected nearshore reef system, gem-clear seas, and sweeping conservation efforts, Bonaire has earned the title it boasts on its license plates: Diver’s Paradise. Andrew Jalbert’s “Back on Bonaire,” is the story of stitching together two very different worlds in an enjoyable, funny and at times touching account of introducing his son to his beloved Bonaire.
The Bajau people of Southeast Asia are among the most accomplished divers in the world. A study in the journal Cell offers the first clues that a DNA mutation for larger spleens gives the Bajau a genetic advantage for life in the deep.
We protect what we love. We can all speak out for change—and for some of us, the ocean is where we find our voice.