girlfag:

"The link between neonicotinoid pesticides and the worldwide decline of bee populations is a crisis that cannot be ignored.
I have arranged thousands of dead honeybees in mathematical patterns symbolically linked to monoculture crops, such as the Fibonacci spiral found in the seed head of the sunflower.
The viewer experiences the vertigo of this lifeless swarm, a dizzying optical illusion that echoes the bees’ loss of ability to navigate due to the toxins locked within the very source of their sustenance.”
Sarah Hatton girlfag:

"The link between neonicotinoid pesticides and the worldwide decline of bee populations is a crisis that cannot be ignored.
I have arranged thousands of dead honeybees in mathematical patterns symbolically linked to monoculture crops, such as the Fibonacci spiral found in the seed head of the sunflower.
The viewer experiences the vertigo of this lifeless swarm, a dizzying optical illusion that echoes the bees’ loss of ability to navigate due to the toxins locked within the very source of their sustenance.”
Sarah Hatton

girlfag:

"The link between neonicotinoid pesticides and the worldwide decline of bee populations is a crisis that cannot be ignored.

I have arranged thousands of dead honeybees in mathematical patterns symbolically linked to monoculture crops, such as the Fibonacci spiral found in the seed head of the sunflower.

The viewer experiences the vertigo of this lifeless swarm, a dizzying optical illusion that echoes the bees’ loss of ability to navigate due to the toxins locked within the very source of their sustenance.”

Sarah Hatton

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looktheweird:

"…it was all green instead."
LOOK the Weird Solo - Show in Mexico City, DEC 2013
looktheweird:

"…it was all green instead."
LOOK the Weird Solo - Show in Mexico City, DEC 2013
looktheweird:

"…it was all green instead."
LOOK the Weird Solo - Show in Mexico City, DEC 2013
looktheweird:

"…it was all green instead."
LOOK the Weird Solo - Show in Mexico City, DEC 2013
looktheweird:

"…it was all green instead."
LOOK the Weird Solo - Show in Mexico City, DEC 2013
looktheweird:

"…it was all green instead."
LOOK the Weird Solo - Show in Mexico City, DEC 2013

looktheweird:

"…it was all green instead."

LOOK the Weird Solo - Show in Mexico City, DEC 2013

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sara Andreasson


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Sara Andreasson


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Sara Andreasson


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Sara Andreasson


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Sara Andreasson


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Sara Andreasson


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Sara Andreasson


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zolamtl:

soon to be sleek n shiny vinyl stickers

jadepurplebrown:

Fruits by Aurel Schmidt jadepurplebrown:

Fruits by Aurel Schmidt jadepurplebrown:

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Fruits by Aurel Schmidt
jessxchen:

"Funeral for the Honey Bee" by Jess X Chen
Scratchboard with Digital Color | 14”x19”
I did this drawing for a currently unpublished poem of mine excavating the last words of a colony of honey bees suffering from colony collapse disorder. Did you know all the worker honey bees are women? At the end of a honey bee’s life, it’s funeral attendants are the flowers that she pollinated. You can find out more about resisting the disappearance of bees in this Ted Talk by bee researcher, Marla Spivak. I hope to use this piece and the poem that accompanies in collaboration with ecologists to encourage people to help plan more bee-friendly wildflowers. Let me know if you have any ideas where to start! 
Additionally, a limited edition of large screen prints of this are available at the LoveHoldLetGo store.  jessxchen:

"Funeral for the Honey Bee" by Jess X Chen
Scratchboard with Digital Color | 14”x19”
I did this drawing for a currently unpublished poem of mine excavating the last words of a colony of honey bees suffering from colony collapse disorder. Did you know all the worker honey bees are women? At the end of a honey bee’s life, it’s funeral attendants are the flowers that she pollinated. You can find out more about resisting the disappearance of bees in this Ted Talk by bee researcher, Marla Spivak. I hope to use this piece and the poem that accompanies in collaboration with ecologists to encourage people to help plan more bee-friendly wildflowers. Let me know if you have any ideas where to start! 
Additionally, a limited edition of large screen prints of this are available at the LoveHoldLetGo store. 

jessxchen:

"Funeral for the Honey Bee" by Jess X Chen

Scratchboard with Digital Color | 14”x19”

I did this drawing for a currently unpublished poem of mine excavating the last words of a colony of honey bees suffering from colony collapse disorder. Did you know all the worker honey bees are women? At the end of a honey bee’s life, it’s funeral attendants are the flowers that she pollinated. You can find out more about resisting the disappearance of bees in this Ted Talk by bee researcher, Marla Spivak. I hope to use this piece and the poem that accompanies in collaboration with ecologists to encourage people to help plan more bee-friendly wildflowers. Let me know if you have any ideas where to start! 

Additionally, a limited edition of large screen prints of this are available at the LoveHoldLetGo store. 

(via nuthinbutabeethang)