Chopped Wood

The record for lowest arctic ice coverage (at 3.41 million square kilometers) and largest melt of the greenland ice sheet (at 97% melted) was set in 2012. in 2008, the u.s. classified the polar bear as a threatened species, the first with its survival at risk due to global warming. “it’s a fact that early sea ice breakup, late ice freeze-up and the overall reduction in ice pack…could erase half of a population in a single year.” - Andrew Derocher, co author, “rapid ecosystem change and polar bear conservation.” | Photos by Flip Nicklen and Ole Jorgen Liodden

(Source: awkwardsituationist, via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)


WES ANDERSON PALETTES… los colores utilizados en sus películas

(para ver el resto, acá está el link)


Mike spent a number of very cold and windy days in December under our make-shift shelter burning some Eastern White Cedar siding to create shou-sugi-ban. This is a Japanese process by which the material is partially burnt to create a more rot-resistant and lasting siding. The aesthetic is also beautiful. Thanks Mike. Burning like a boss.

(via greenwoodstudioblog)