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Ethereal Colors Turn Animals of Science Into Modern Art

An artist injects the bodies of small animals with dyes to create tiny works of art that art part science and entirely fascinating.

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The Urban Jungle: Tiny Ecosystems Take Over Madrid

In the grey center of Madrid, tiny bits of cheery green appeared recently under the protective arms of miniature greenhouses.

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Reruns Batted In: 9 Hit Ways To Recycle Baseball Bats

It seems baseball bats are breaking more than ever but thanks to some imaginative recycling, all that splintered Ash and Maple wood isn't going to waste.

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Get Tanked: Fabulous Faux Swimming Pool Illusions

How weird would it be to gaze deep into a cool, inviting swimming pool and see an entire family walking around on the bottom, smiling and waving at you?

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Earth in a Bubble: Unique Flipped Landscape Photography

The world looks different through a bubble. One young photographer is showing his fans how incredible a simple landscape can be from a different perspective.

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Recycling Flashmob = Street Art + Guerrilla Activism

A group of strangers gathers in a public place to call attention to a growing problem: the ambivalence that most people display toward the environment.

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Prehistoric Inspiration: California Desert Sculpture Safari

California's Anzo Borrega Desert houses an incredible prehistoric sculpture garden based on the area's rich natural history.

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Butting In: Portrait Made of Over 20K Used Cigarette Butts

The cigarette butts that litter outdoor surfaces are an environmental burden. But even these unappealing items can be made into something beautiful.

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Tentacles of Terror: Trash Monster Attacks Slovenian Town

This trash sculpture was designed by a group of environmentalists to show just how out of control and downright scary our over-consumption problem is becoming.

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After Effects: Tiny Buildings Reclaimed by Nature's Touch

After humankind abandons the buildings and cities we have constructed, nature will take over rapidly. This art series imagines just what that will look like.

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Yann Arthus-Bertrand: Photography With A Bird's Eye View

Photographing Earth from above, Yann Arthus-Bertrand reveals stunning vistas, with breathtaking symmetry and color.

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Martin Usborne: Dog's Best Friend

Martin Usborne is a London-based photographer whose exhibition "MUTE: The Silence of Dogs in Cars" is a gorgeous exhibition of a mundane parking lot event.

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Acoustic Botany: Nature's Music Produced Scientifically

Artist David Benque explores humans' aesthetic relationship with nature in this intriguing conceptual art project: a genetically engineered musical garden.

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Hunter Stabler: Visions In Papercutting

Hunter Stabler holds a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, and is an extraordinary papercutter who has elevated the craft to new levels.

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Artistic Evolution: From Scrapyard to Barnyard

Art out of recycled materials is both great for the environment, and an interesting artistic challenge.

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