"Paradise Has Relocated attempts to capture the lifeless remains and emptiness of a once thriving and historic island devastated by Hurricane Ike in September of 2008. Ike was the third most destructive and costliest hurricane to make landfall in the United States, destroying and flooding 75% of homes and landmass.”
Photography lovers have been enamored with National Geographic since its inception over 125 years ago. Recently the magazine created the “National Geographic Found Tumblr”, where they’re uploading tons of unseen photographs from over the years.
Be careful though, you might find yourself scrolling for days through this incredible archive of vintage photos.
This kit comes with everything you need. Apply the dye to any fabric, then cover it with a negative/stencil/object/anything, and set it out in the sunshine to activate the dye. Make photo tshirts, bags, blankets!
"I think there needs to be a solution as soon as possible… Because these companies, they’re preying on the aquifer. And when the aquifer dries up, our future will be uncertain!"
-Dominga Rosario, who owns a patch of land in a neighborhood on the outskirts of Ica.
From The World, January 2012: Peru has become the world’s number one exporter of asparagus to places including Europe and the US. The boom there has pumped a lot of money into the economy, but it’s also pumped out a lot of water.