Craftsman Matt Wilson creates bird assemblages from discarded silverware.
According to their website, Kikkerland Design is a place “where creativity runs rampant and even the most utilitarian gadget becomes a delightful discovery.”That certainly seems to be the case. Spend … Continue Reading PopNature: Charming animal-inspired multi tools by Kikkerland Design
Maybe you haven’t heard of Thomas Paulsom. Back in 2012, his fantastic LEGO representations of British birds popped up on Lustik and Flickr. Since then, his creations have garnered enough praise … Continue Reading PopNature: Thomas Paulsom’s LEGO Birds Go Live as an Official Set
The internet is full of photoblogs where you can view the work of hundreds upon hundreds of outstanding photographers, both amateur and professional. Clicking through them, you quickly become accustomed to a typical site … Continue Reading Lyle Krahn’s ‘Wild Photos and the Tales They Tell’
Note: This post features a few photos with unknown authors. If you are aware of who took these photographs, please let me know in the Comments section below so I … Continue Reading The Sublime Waitomo ‘Glowworm Grotto’
In my experience, natural history illustration has always glorified the photorealistic. As a discipline grounded in scientific inquiry, there has obviously been a persistent a desire to portray the wonders of … Continue Reading Natural History Through the Eyes of Charley Harper
When I think of jellyfish (Phylum: Cnidaria), I typically think of the ocean and not a lake. Then again, nature loves to shake things up from time and time and … Continue Reading Ongeim’l Tketau – Palau’s Jellyfish Lake
When I visited London for the first time, I knew I would be in for many, many surprises but I hardly expected to see what I was seeing as I … Continue Reading Urban Wildlife – London’s Red Foxes