For our third edition of The Earth Issue, we spoke to the Toca do Coelho collective about the vision and ideas that drive their inspiring project.
“Permaculture paves the way for a new way of being on Earth, to use the power of our imagination and intelligence to create ways of living that sustain ourselves whilst nourishing the well-being of all other life and the life of the planet as a whole.”
A-1 is an itinerant publishing house founded in 2017 in Bombay by urban ecologist Zuri Camille de Souza and photographer Jimmy Granger.
Art in the anthropocene.
This series of images documents what life was like in the Calais refugee camp, exposing the squalid conditions endured by asylum seekers today.
Unretouched photography and organic cosmetics come together in this collaborative editorial between photographer Kieran Behan and the Amazingy brand.
The camera became McElroy’s tool to understand the ever-changing rhythm of life juxtaposed with the long lasting geologic epochs we are living upon.
For her latest project, Carla was commissioned to design a label for an NGO dedicated to saving abandoned centenary olive trees and making them produce organic olive oil again.
“Our ideas target the rising generations through cleverly crafted campaigns that educate our audience on environmental and humanitarian topics. Exposing the fundamental interconnectedness of all things is key if we hope to offer guidance.”
“The power of images has long been a way for people to visually communicate with it’s audience, through either activism or conversation photography in the style of photojournalism or documentation.”