Rather than view these Google Earth distortions as glitches in the global mapping system’s algorithm, Brooklyn-based artist Clement Valla considers such occurrences integral to it — drawing our attention to the process rather than the illusion the software is designed to create. Check out more images from Valla’s collection, titled “Postcards From Google Earth”, below!
Boston-based photographer Greer Muldowney chronicles the changes to New England’s landscape in light of green energy initiatives. Due to extremely lucrative tax breaks, the abrupt appearance of wind turbines in certain areas can’t help but draw attention to developers’ opportunism more than their commitment to the environment. Some images are so awkward you’d think they were photoshopped. See more from “Urban Turbines” below.
A selection of photos from “Reflections” by London-based photographer Ali Mobasser. He says the street photography is inspired by his “three-year old son’s fearlessness and his unabashed willingness to engage with the world around him.”
More images below.
We previously posted the video profile “Stay & Wander” featuring our friend, photographer Alex Strohl and his partner Andrea Dabene documenting people who have chosen to live in extremely remote areas across Europe. Well the book mentioned in that video, Alternate Living, is now available! Check out more gorgeous images from Strohl’s travels below.