National Geographic Documents Rachel Rossin’s Use of Tech in Art

One of the most important minds in virtual reality today, artist Rachel Rossin’s work has redefined perceptions about the medium and its capabilities. In a short documentary that clocks in just under three minutes, National Geographic sits down with Rossin as she explains her attempts at delivering a randomness that mimics life. The artist takes tactile work into the digital realm and also pulls physical …

National Geographic’s Iceberg of Plastic

“16 billion pounds of plastic ends up in the ocean each year. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg,” reads the June 2018 cover of National Geographic. The text is set upon Mexican artist Jorge Gamboa’s clever, captivating image (titled “Iceberg Plástico,” and winner of Bolivia’s Biennial of Poster in 2017) of an iceberg-resembling plastic bag. Aside from the fact that it’s a magazine …

National Geographic’s 57 Best Photos of 2017

From beautiful to devastating, National Geographic’s 57 best photos of the year are stunning. Curated from 112 stories and two million images, the images that made the final cut range from fireflies in the Santa Clara Sanctuary to heartbreaking scenes from the Philippine drug war. Take a look at them all at National Geographic.