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17 November 1
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Kashmir – A Skier’s Journey

Under - Geography, Inspiration, Media, Music, Nature, Photography


The first in a series of 3 ski-travel episodes, skiers Chad Sayers and Tobin Seagel travel halfway around the world to Kashmir to ski the high altitude Gulmarg gondola, only to find the snow pack is a ticking time bomb. Never the less, they find safe areas to ski and discover the beauty of Kashmir and the Himalaya – its people and its landscape.

The second and third episodes of ‘A Skier’s Journey’ can be viewed here and here respectively.

3 November 6
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Adrian Madrid

Under - Art, Illustration

Born in 1988 in Cartagen, Spain, Adrian Madrid is currently studying Fine Arts in Murcia.

I try to learn a bit more every day, I try to discover in each person, book or object, something new that can make me open my eyes.

Earlier this year he had group exhibitions in Bilbao (Spain) and New York (USA). He also have forthcoming events planed in Murcia, Cartagena and Seville (Spain). His first solo exhibition “Phobias” taking place this November in Valencia (Spain). Adrian Madrid also has won several awards, and is one of the ten photographers of the “Sin Título” collective.

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2 November 1
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Great Migrations, National Geographic

Under - Geography, Inspiration, Media, Nature, Photography


1 November 7
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Jason deCaires Taylor and The Silent Revolution

Under - Art, Geography, Inspiration, Nature

Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures create a unique, absorbing and expansive visual seascape. Highlighting natural ecological processes Taylor’s interventions explore the intricate relationships that exist between art and environment. His works become artificial reefs, attracting marine life, while offering the viewer privileged temporal encounters, as the shifting sand of the ocean floor, and the works change from moment to moment.

Jason deCaires Taylor has gained significant interest and recognition for his unique work, with features in over 1000 publications around the world, including National Geographic, Vogue, USA today, the BBC, and CNN and he has made several TV appearances. His international reputation was established in May 2006, when he created the world’s first underwater sculpture park in Grenada, West Indies, leading to both private and public commissions.

Taylor is currently founder and Artistic Director of the Museo Subacuático del Arte (MUSA) in Cancun, Mexico.

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28 October Share your
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Pace of Life

Under - Inspiration, Media, Nature

How much I love this …

A short video by Scott Julian about an organic farmer choosing to live a simpler life.

27 October Share your
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TRIANGLE

Under - Art, Media, Motion Graphics


TRIANGLE is a video work done by Onur Senturk for the book ‘Black Material’ which showcases Robert Knoke’s artwork.

25 October 2
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Alex Dukal

Under - Art, Illustration, Media

Alex Dukal’s enchanting and whimsical landscapes and creatures are painted to perfection; understated blue skies, enigmatic charming characters basking in soft sunlight make his illustrations dream-like and surreal. IdN

Born and brought up in Patagonia, Argentina, Alex Dukal’s comic and illustration work started appearing in the legendary “Fierro” magazine from a very young age. He studied at the Manuel Belgrano National School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires. After graduation he dedicated himself to painting and teaching illustration in his hometown. Alex has worked as web designer for some time but eventually decided to follow his passion for illustration.

Alex Dukal has been working with clients, design agencies and children’s books publishers from all around the world and is a member of the Argentina’s Illustrators Forum.

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23 October 3
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Bottle – a short film by Kirsten Lepore

Under - Inspiration, Media, Nature, Photography

Bottle by Kirsten Lepore

22 October Share your
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Pictory: Just like heaven

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A passing smile - Photographer: Garret Clarke

A passing smile - Photographer: Garret Clarke

After weeks of traveling alone through Sri Lanka, I found myself on an old train high up in the Ceylon Mountains. This passing smile from a woman on another train encapsulated the unmistakable feeling of joy I had experienced during the previous weeks.

Pictorymag.com is a showcase for people around the world to document their lives and cultures. Anyone can submit one large, captioned image to each of Pictory’s editorial themes.

The current accidentally published theme ‘Just like heaven‘ looks into our happiest places, through the camera’s lens and mind’s eye.

Family farm - Photographer: Sam Coltart

Family farm - Photographer: Sam Coltart

My earliest memories all include lush grass, landscapes, and my father — the result of an idyllic childhood on a New Zealand farm.

Pictory (picture + story) is a project of Laura Brunow Miner who also designed and ran JPG Magazine.

16 October 2
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Mojito shoes by Julian Hakes

Under - Industrial Design, Inspiration

Shoe design isn’t something that is discussed here quite often unless done by an architect!

Julian Hakes, an award winning London based architect, first released early images of the elegant and minimalist design for a new ladies fashion shoe back in September 2009 on a design blog where it became a viral and picked up by several leading online blogs resulted into generating media and fashion industry interest.

The Hakes Mojito is a unique shoe design concept. It is a single wrapped geometry which starts under the ball of the foot, sweeps over the bridge, then down below the heel before twisting back on itself to provide the support for the heel and ankle.