Underwater Shipwreck Art Gallery – Photos Released!


A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about a spectacular underwater gallery that was created on the Vandenberg shipwreck off Key West, Florida. The exhibition, titled Vandenberg: Life Below the Surface, recently released the 12 digitally layered images that were used, all of which were taken by avid diver and professional photographer Andreas Franke.

At a depth of 93 feet, divers attached strong magnets from Franke’s photographs to the boat’s starboard side. To keep water out, the images are encased in 3 millimeter plexiglass and mounted in stainless steel frames sealed with silicone. No harmful materials were used in the installation of the exhibit.














Vandenberg: Life Below the Surface website



January 24, 2017

New Intricately Detailed Tiny Animal Embroideries Made With Meticulous Stitching

Embroidery artist Chloe Giordano crafts stunningly sewn hoop art at an impossibly small scale. After first marveling at her embroidered animals last year, she’s back with even more meticulously stitched woodland creatures. Some of them are no larger than a thimble. Using subtle color changes and countless passes of the satin stitch, Giordano mimics the look of fur on hopping rabbits, sleepy squirrels, and scurrying mice.

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January 23, 2017

People Share Their Powerful Reasons for Joining the Women’s March

On Saturday, January 21—President Trump’s first full day in office—millions of people across cities, countries, and even continents took to the streets to fight for gender equality and reject the newly-inaugurated president’s attitude toward women. Although achieving equal rights was the primary goal of the march, many participants have flocked to Twitter to share their specific and personal reasons for joining the cause using the hashtag, #WhyIMarch.

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