Photographer Chris Jordan, known for powerful portraits of consumption from his “Running the Numbers” series, has just finished a new project. In his words:
“These photographs of albatross chicks were made just a few weeks ago on Midway Atoll, a tiny stretch of sand and coral near the middle of the North Pacific. The nesting babies are fed bellies-full of plastic by their parents, who soar out over the vast polluted ocean collecting what looks to them like food to bring back to their young. On this diet of human trash, every year tens of thousands of albatross chicks die on Midway from starvation, toxicity, and choking.
To document this phenomenon as faithfully as possible, not a single piece of plastic in any of these photographs was moved, placed, manipulated, arranged, or altered in any way. These images depict the actual stomach contents of baby birds in one of the world’s most remote marine sanctuaries, more than 2000 miles from the nearest continent.”
via Good Magazine
We got an email from The Church of London Design letting us know about the upcoming issues of Little White Lies and Huck magazines. Both issues feature Spike Jonze’s Where The Wild Things Are – to celebrate the release of the film they commissioned Geoff McFetridge to create an illustration to be split across both covers. Above is a sneak-peak. Huck 18 hits news stands in November, LWLies is available Oct 31.
Laika is a dynamic typeface which changes its shape and appearance based on a broad spectrum of inputs. Developed by Michael Flückiger and Nicolas Kunz for their thesis at Bern University of the Arts in Switzerland.
SubmarineChannel just published the first series of 17 video interviews with top Dutch visionary designers. The interviews feature people like Jurgen Bey, MVRDV, NL Architects… Check it out here.