New international collective imagines a world beyond consumerism with #SubvertTheCity
13 artists take on a 120 metre stretch of railway arches in Tower Hamlets, London
Romanian bear sanctuary feeding cubs after hunters kill mother
Massive advertising takeover campaign in Paris highlights corporate stranglehold of UN climate talks
Hong Kong is a major hub for the wildlife trade and its free trade status is driving species to extinction
You have never seen anything like this… the race to stop the sixth mass extinction event just went large
As we got face to face with the animal, tears quickly filled my mask
Brace yourself for the astonishing scale of transformation in China’s new industrial revolution servicing the world’s consumer demand
A review of the UK’s premiere ecological art event of the year.
Intimate encounters with nature
Street artist Louis Masai Michel and his wildlife inspired work
See the beauty. Feel the pain. Be the hope.
The abandoned zoo in Ibiza is the site for a primeval reconnection between people and nature as the open-air theme park revs up into frenzy and the crowds howl out their animal urges.
After twenty years, as this global phenomenon continues to grow, the riders are more determined then ever to congregate in the name of fun, friendship and freedom, spontaneously collaborating to create streets without cars.
JR, a French street artist, transforms public spaces and engages the passers by.
Drew creates awesome, switched on, uncommissioned art for the urban landscape. These works can be found in Berlin, Glasgow, London and Adelaide.