RUST, nature taking over.

Rust is composed of iron oxides. In colloquial usage, the term is applied to red oxides, formed by the reaction of iron and oxygen in the presence of water or air moisture.
Given sufficient time, oxygen, and water, any iron mass will eventually convert entirely to rust and disintegrate. Surface rust is flaky and friable, and provides no protection to the underlying iron, unlike the formation of patina on copper surfaces. Rusting is the common term for corrosion of iron and its alloys, such as steel. Many other metals undergo equivalent corrosion, but the resulting oxides are not commonly called rust.

Rust keeps inspiring me, the form, the color, and the way it keeps changing like it has a life on it’s own.

picture by valav

picture found on pwrettycwoldworwld’s tumblr page

picture found on Angela Collier’s tumblr page

picture found on pwrettycwoldworwld’s tumblr page

picture found on melanoxylon’s tumblr page

picture found on Rainy Day Photography’s tumblr page

picture found on The Orange Walls’ tumblr page

picutre found on photographytosavetheworld’s tumblr page

picture found on Dirty Zoomer’s tumblr page

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picture taken by wired in the brook


New mural by ROA


ROA has been working on murals for the Baroque The Streets festival, this one is on the side of the Victoria Pub. With work now complete ROA found time to bring some of his signature wild life creatures to the concrete jungle that is the South Bank Center in South London. Check some of our photos below.




More pictures of this amazing belgian street artist can be found here:

Navid Baraty

Brooklyn-based photographer Navid Baraty left an unfulfilling career in engineering to pursue his photographic passion. He was drawn to photography by its amazing ability to stop time, revealing unexpected details that the eye might otherwise never see. Navid is expanding his work into photojournalism with the desire to accurately portray humanity and shape the way people think about the Earth. His intense curiosity and love of travel has made him determined to explore the world’s most extreme and beautiful environments on every continent.

Navid Baraty – Midtown, New York City – 2011

Navid Baraty – Ginza, Tokyo – 2009

Navid Baraty – Financial District, New York City – 2011

Navid Baraty – Midtown, New York City – 2013

Navid Baraty – Ginza, Tokyo – 2009

Navid Baraty – Avenue of the Americas, New York City – 2012

Navid Baraty – Union Square, New York City – 2011

Navid Baraty – Midtown, New York City – 2012

Navid Baraty – Midtown, New York City – 2013

For more info on this amazing photographer, please visit his website:


‘Forest’ is a large interactive musical laser installation by Marshmellow Laser Feast. Commissioned by and premiered at the STRP Biennale in Eindhoven, this giant interactive forest covers almost 450 square meters and is composed of over 150 musical ‘trees’ made of rods and lasers. The audience can freely explore the space, physically tapping, shaking, plucking, and vibrating the trees to trigger sounds and lasers. Due to the natural springiness of the material, interacting with the trees causes them to swing and oscillate, creating vibrating patterns of light and sound. Each tree is tuned to a specific tone, creating harmonious sounds spatialized and played through a powerful surround sound setup. 

The installation is designed to bring out in adults those feelings of curiousity and wonderment which are so alive and evident in children.
Forest exists as a tourable interactive installation, open to the public, and also a performance. The performance premiered at the STRP Biennale opening, consisting of 12 local children between the age of 8 and 12 years old. They were choreographed to move around the space, strumming and triggering the lasers and sounds.

The Festival-opening performance. A dozen dancers, aged 8 to 12, from the Netherlands volunteered to give a wonderfully choreographed routine in the installation.

For more work and info about Marshmallow Laser Feast please check their website by clicking this link:

High Speed Photography

High-speed photography is an intriguing way to capture images that the human eye would not normally see because it is moving too quickly for us. With high-speed photography you can capture the point of impact or explosion and freeze movements in time that are happening tremendously fast. In the past, it was most commonly used in physics, health research and sports, but it is starting to open up many more new and exciting possibilities for creative expression.