RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World

Documentary movie RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World brings to light the influence of Native Americans in popular music history, until now the “missing chapter in the history of American music”. Featuring music icons Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Ed Davis, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Robbie Robertson, Randy Castillo, and others, RUMBLE shows how these talented Native musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives. … Continue reading RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World

Louis Masai’s Sixth Extinction exhibition explores endangered species in the US

London-based artist Louis Masai is spreading the message about endangered species through his brilliant, bold and colourful pieces of art. Whether that message is “downloaded” to viewers via Louis Masai’s murals of endangered species – such as bees, polar bear, blue whale, curlew, tiger, hummingbird, Sumatran Orangutan and Boeseman’s Rainbowfish – on walls across streets in New York, London and California, or his paintings in … Continue reading Louis Masai’s Sixth Extinction exhibition explores endangered species in the US

Love Thy Nature movie explores the importance of our connection to nature

Movie Love Thy Nature is showing how a renewed connection with nature is required to both good health and to solving climate and environmental crises. The movie, narrated by actor Liam Neeson, explores how a group of “sapiens” in the past few hundred years have believed to have transcended nature. Love Thy Nature unveils the truth of this belief showing its falsehood. Love Thy Nature explores … Continue reading Love Thy Nature movie explores the importance of our connection to nature

Apache Chronicles: The art of APACHE Skateboards founder, Douglas Miles

Apache artist Douglas Miles has been helping teach the history of the San Carlos Apache Indian tribe, the importance of community-building, and promoting pride and wellbeing, to young people globally, through the skateboarding movement. Now some of the artist’s most iconic works, including those created for his APACHE Skateboards brand, is currently on display at Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race. … Continue reading Apache Chronicles: The art of APACHE Skateboards founder, Douglas Miles

Sacred Environments: Photographic exhibition documents earthworks

Artist Susan Shanti Gibian explores the act of giving and receiving love, an exchange between Mother Earth and her peoples, in her environmental artworks. The artist has created Earth-based installations – working with grass, stones, branches, tree stumps and leaves – which include nature carvings of heart, spiral and sunburst shapes. The installations were created by removing invasive species of plants to form sculptures, and incorporate natural … Continue reading Sacred Environments: Photographic exhibition documents earthworks

The Nomadic Community Gardens, London’s hidden artistic oasis

It’s been a year since we last featured the ever evolving feast that is the Nomadic community gardens which as its name suggests is a community project which can be found nestling behind Brick Lane on a patch of scrubland in between two railway lines. The resulting development of this space over the past few years […] via The Nomadic Community Gardens, London’s hidden artistic oasis … Continue reading The Nomadic Community Gardens, London’s hidden artistic oasis

Green Film Fest 2017: San Francisco’s festival showcases environment stories from around the world

Green Film Fest 2017, showcasing environment stories from around the world, takes place in San Francisco from April 20-26. The week-long film festival, Green Film Fest 2017, features films which highlight environmental issues including the organic food movement in California, deforestation and the Amazon, foreign investors buying farmland in Africa, and the impact of oil development on the biodiversity of Ecuador’s Yasuni people and the forest. … Continue reading Green Film Fest 2017: San Francisco’s festival showcases environment stories from around the world

Strook: Street artist embraces reclaimed wood to create wood graffiti murals

Street artist and graphic designer Strook has taken his affinity with reclaimed wood to new found heights with a stunning 30-ft high portrait of a female figure made entirely from the material. The gigantic mural, which now sits on the side of a high-rise building in Ostend, Belgium, is part of a collection of outdoor art created by various artists for the Crystal Ship Arts … Continue reading Strook: Street artist embraces reclaimed wood to create wood graffiti murals

Waves for Water: Jon Rose’s “life purpose” to bring clean drinking water to those in need

Jon Rose has always had a powerful connection to water. But his initial venture with water, bringing him in contact with the oceans as a pro surfer was not his destined call, but he soon discovered that bringing clean drinking water to millions of people who need it most is his “life’s purpose”. Jon Rose set up Waves for Water in 2009 with the philosophy of “doing … Continue reading Waves for Water: Jon Rose’s “life purpose” to bring clean drinking water to those in need

Trungles Tarot: Comic Book-style illustrations featuring Fae & Goddesses

Tarot artwork comes in all guises and for comic book artist, Trungles, it comes in the form of stunning illustrations inspired by fae, Goddesses, the elements, anime and urban illustration even. Trungles’ Tarot Deck, which is a work in progress, is a bright, bold and modern depiction of the tarot, from this Minnesota-based artist whose specialty is comic illustration. There is a strong fae energy … Continue reading Trungles Tarot: Comic Book-style illustrations featuring Fae & Goddesses