The dog food champions at Purina have teamed up with creative agency Publicis Bogota to present a rather interesting campaign about dog nutrition. The result is a series of humorous (or serious, depending on your perspective) photos that depict dogs as actual trashcans. Its message is “stop treating your dog like a trashcan”. If you love your fourlegged friend you’ll listen and feed them the right stuff, not leftovers.
Although California’s infamous Death Valley is legendary for its less than welcoming name and reputation, there are in fact some beautifully redeeming qualities to the area. Take Sunchaser Picture’s video of his stay for example, it captures a timelapse of the valley that depicts the truly allencompassing beauty of its land and sky.
Although mostly feared for their catastrophic (even cataclysmic) power, volcanoes can also be revered for their majestic side. Take the beautiful volcano smoke photography of Helminadia Jabur whose images evoke a surreal sense of existence. Eruption danger aside, we’ve got to admit that these are some pretty amazing shots! Check out the entire catalog of these stunning images here.
Imagine what it would be like to journey inside of a cloud. This is exactly what inspired Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya to create his mystifying (pun intended) huffs of artificial mist. Visitors can literally walk through an intense fog that replicates the make up of a cloud! Nakaya’s curious elementalbased work is currently on display in Linz, Austria and uses a series of special nozzles that evaporate highpressured water.
Photographer, Martin Rietze, is known for his extraordinary work covering Earthbased terrain that look out of this world. One of his specialties in particular is live volcanoes. Check out what the shutterbug caught of a recent Japanese eruption of Sakurajima. There’s thunder, there’s lavatruly remarkable stuff! Check out the entire sequence here.