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In ‘Two Worlds,’ Split-View Photos Frame the Dual Environments Above and Below the Water’s Surface

September 29, 2021

Grace Ebert

From the coral-cloaked Kimbe Bay of Papua New Guinea to the icebergs of Antarctica's Danco Island, the bisected photographs in David Doubilet’s forthcoming book Two Worlds: Above and Below the Sea unveil the diverse ecosystems on either side of the water's surface. The 128-page volume published by Phaidon features 70 images from Doubilet's 50-year career spent traveling the globe and pioneering the field of underwater photography. The curated selection is wide-ranging in date and location, documenting…

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Highlighting Life in Ukraine, A Print Sale is Raising Funds for People Impacted By the Crisis

March 21, 2022

Grace Ebert

A print sale from the women-led nonprofit Vital Impacts (previously) is raising money for people affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine. The month-long fundraiser, titled Impact Now, offers more than 100 images from National Geographic photographers. Taken globally and diverse in subject matter, the collection includes a variety of landscapes and wildlife, in addition to stunning underwater shots by renowned photographers Paul Nicklen (previously) and David Doubilet (previously)—and multiple shots focus specifically on life in Ukraine. David Guttenfelder documents protestors from the country’s Orange Revolution in the mid-aughts, while Justyna Mielnikiewicz spotlights young…

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Colossal’s Favorite Books of 2021

December 8, 2021

Colossal

Before we (eagerly) say goodbye to 2021, we're taking a look back at the year, starting with the books we covered on Colossal. Throughout the past 12 months, we published dozens of articles centered on new artist monographs and tomes surveying broader topics that range from art and design to science and history. We've gathered our top 10 below, although you can browse nearly every title we mentioned on the site on Bookshop.   Nature’s Palette: A Color Reference System from the Natural World Nature’s Palette: A Color Reference System from the Natural World pairs 110 color swatches from the…

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A New Book Plunges into the Vast Diversity of the World’s Oceans Across 3,000 Years

July 28, 2022

Grace Ebert

Despite thousands of years of research and an unending fascination with marine creatures, humans have explored only five percent of the oceans covering the majority of the earth's surface. A forthcoming book from Phaidon dives into the planet's notoriously vast and mysterious aquatic ecosystems, traveling across the continents and three millennia to uncover the stunning diversity of…

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