I went camping this weekend with my old man and my sister. We went to our favourite (secret) spot, my pops caught two fish, and it rained just enough the first night that the fire ban was lifted and we could enjoy smores around the campfire – it was a perfect weekend. If you are one of the select few I have revealed the location to, you are sworn to secrecy. There are only a handful of places like this left on earth. Here’s a few flicks from our hike.
Artist Joel Daniel Phillips examines San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point neighbourhood through three friends and deeply-rooted residents. Defined by the Hunters Point Shipyard (a shuttered naval base closed due to extensive environmental contamination), the men work as recyclers within daily proximity to hazardous waste. Click here for previous posts of Phillips’ work. See more images from “Hazards May Be Present” below.
Colorado-based artist Heidi Annalise creates impressionistic landscapes inside the lids of old mint tins, using the base to mix her paints. See more images below. Read More