Yes. We should all recycle more plastic, waste less water, and conserve energy resources. But that's stuff we should do every day. On Earth Day, I think we should stop to ponder how life on earth is evolving– especially considering the increasing role technology plays in evolution. Check out the crazy digital photo art at Human Descent to get a little food for thought.
The latest series from Vegas based artist, Tim Bavington, is up at Mark Moore. Bavington's luscious air brushed stripes are said to be derived from rock and roll guitar riffs– as such, they are an abstracted data visualization. Rockin-techno-fab! Here are some shots of the installation, courtesy of the artist:
Ryota Kuwakubo is a Japanese artist and designer who's work fuses tech, function and aesthetic. The pieces are simple, but provocative and take the form of spaces, sculptures and jewlery. His portfolio site is pretty fantastic as well. via Joel at Gizmodo