Watch this amazing stop motion animation made by photographer Chris Turner, paper engineer Helen Friel and animator Jess Deacon. The short arty video explores the life cycle of a single drop of water through the pages of an elaborate pop-up book. The book contains nine scenes that were animated using 1,000 photographic stills shot over the course of a year! Watch here. […]
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In tune with the joyful snow season we’re sharing this piece by Sonja Hinrichsen entitled ‘We Are The Water’. The Oakland-based artist creates a series of works that recreate the original flow of the Yampa River and its 4 main tributaries. The river is now dammed and the valley is filled with water. In a 4-hour effort […]
We are huge fans of the work of Kim Keever here at Bib&Sola, and have had a chance to showcase the works on the site in the past. We love this “New Abstraction” series,“formed by paint being allowed to free flow through the water and form volumetric patterns.” Keever has a great essay about the new […]
2015 should start with positive resolutions to help mother nature and the environment, so what about getting rid of all the useless plastic in our lifes? Bib&Sola is a big supporter of other brands that fight for the same cause, we believe that together we grow and make the message stronger, so big shoot out […]
OK, this gal is super cool. She set up a head device where she can track her emotions and then relays it to the vibration of water. A definite cosmic moment is happening here. Artist Lisa Park shows us what the water energy forcefield looks like when she feels boredom, anger, meditation etc. Her interactive […]
Super cool study by the 5 Gyres institute! After spending six years sampling the seas, scientists can say that there are AT LEAST of 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic floating on out there. That adds up to about 269,000 TONS of the stuff. Most of that comes from discarded fishing gear — nets and other large debris — but […]
If like the rest of us, you have been intrepid to hear the results from the mission on Rosetta, here is some incredible news! Findings from the comet spacecraft’s Rosina instrument detected water coming off comet 67P, its composition though is very different from water found on earth! To read more about the mission, click here.