This is actually my last post on this blog so I’m gonna go out in style with one of my favorite artists, James Turrell. If you still want more awesomeness you can always follow me on twitter @lundhansen.
Minimalistic photographs by the Chinese artist Ann Woo. See more of her work at annwoo.com
If you live in New York or are thinking of going, don’t miss this little gem called Surfbar. It’s a nice place to hang out when you miss summer and Imperial.
A little video I did with Erik Gustafsson and Deborah Moss for a Costa Rican rainforest ecolodge called Lapa Rios.
The first ever skateboards was invented in California by surfers who tried to bring surfing to land. By adding small wheels to a wooden board they sort of simulated the feeling of standing on a surfboard catching a wave, but on land. Globe has now gone back to that time and created a line of [...]
Now this is awesome. In 2010 big wave surfer Shane Dorian took the worst wipeout of his life whilst surfing Mavericks, California. After almost drowning he came up with the idea to incorporate an air bladder into a wetsuit. Shane contacted Billabong and straight away they started working on the life saving device. The suit [...]
A shared moment with one of natures greatest and most fleeting phenomena. Watch the video here:
Bees make the world go round! Now with this very well designed concept, you can have your very own bee hive at home. Honey bees are a very important part of our ecosystem, but for the past few years their colonies have been in a decline leading to drastically reduced bee population. Strangely, bees seem [...]
Blown-up plant labels in nature reserve Het Bossche Broek emphasize the richness of flora and question what “˜nature”™ in the Netherlands actually implies. Labels by Helmut Smits. Photos by Lotte Stekelenburg.
Eco surfboard from the surfboard-shaper De La Uz in Euskadi, Spain. Created with the Danish designer Emil Kozak. Isn’t it beautiful?
Yesterday, Hawaiin surfer Garrett McNamara broke the world record for the largest wave ever surfed.
A transmission tower near ÃšjhartyÃ¡n, Hungary, was built to resemble a clown. The pylons follow a worldwide trend in trying to make large industrial objects more humanoid.