Archive for March 2011

3.14.11

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(artwork)

Posted at 11pm on 3/14/11 | no comments; | Filed Under: art & artists | read on

3.3.11

alexandra valenti

Witchy, retro fashion and music photography.

Posted at 3am on 3/3/11 | no comments; | Filed Under: photography | read on

3.3.11

uncontacted tribes

Watching this footage of one of the world’s last uncontacted tribes, my heart flooded with a nauseating combination of awe, urgency, happiness and dread. The film was shot to prove to Peru’s president that these tribes do, in fact, exist and need to be protected from oil workers and loggers who invade their villages or simply kill them in order to access their land.

Survival International is campaigning hard to protect these and all indigenous peoples around the world. It goes without saying that these wisdom keepers and their knowledge are our link to a sustainable and holistic future. Even though many tribal leaders and shamans are sharing their knowledge as fast as they can, I can’t help but wonder if once they are all gone, our opportunity for radical transformation leaves with them.

Posted at 2am on 3/3/11 | 1 comment | Filed Under: do something!, environment, the shift (of ages) | read on

3.3.11

raincheck

Posted at 12am on 3/3/11 | no comments; | Filed Under: photography | read on

3.2.11

miraculous

Watch the 3 minute Skin Gun clip from NatGeo TV because you have to know this exists. A little graphic, but worth some squeamishness for the happy ending.

Posted at 5pm on 3/2/11 | 2 comments | Filed Under: the shift (of ages) | read on

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