The Holstee Manifesto is a call to action to live a life full of intention, creativity, passion, and community. Now, the sustainable lifestyle goods company brought the words to life with this video. They explain:
The LifeCycle Film came about as a desire to bring the energy and passion behind the Manifesto to life through something we love–biking. As we seek to live mindful lifestyles that leave a positive impact on the people and world around us, biking has become a passion that is much more than a transportation alternative. It is a way of fully experiencing the city we love and all of its details.
(click through to Youtube to watch in HD and fullscreen!)
Dreamy shots by Swiss photographer Beate Eisele.
See the full portfolio at her website.
Also by Kai Ziehl, not black and white though…
Impressive Black and White shots by Hamburg-based photographer Kai Ziehl.
Be sure to check out his full portfolio.
Sexy pictures by French photographer Gilles Toledano.
See the full portfolio at his website.
Erna Kurtanovic photographed by Lena Modigh for Motley Spring/Summer 2011.
Breath-taking scenes from Kabul and Mazar-e Sharif in this video travelogue by Lukas and Salome Augustin. They explain:
As each of us has his own impression of Afghanistan that is predominantly marked with pictures of foreign forces, explosions and terror, we were privileged to have access to capture daily life and portrait some people of Afghanistan.
We hope the pictures you know will merge with the pictures you see and will enrich your view on the country in the Hindu Kush.
Via Momentum Blog.
It was just over two centuries ago that the global population was 1 billion in 1804. But better medicine and improved agriculture resulted in higher life expectancy for children, dramatically increasing the world population.
Watch how our global population exploded from 300 million to 7 billion in this brilliantly visualized video by Adam Cole and Maggie Starbard for NPR.
For more detailed information on the topic, read the related article on NPR.
Moreover, I highly recommend you to watch Hans Rosling’s eye-opening and entertaining talk on global population growth (infact, this is a must-see).
Shot in Tokyo by French photographer Samuel Cockedey, this time-lapse video and underlying titles from the Blade Runner soundtrack create a most magic atmosphere.
(Turn your speakers on and watch in full screen!)
These wonderful scenes of Sicilian life in the 1960s were photographed by Michel Perez for Bambi Magazine featuring model Catrinel Menghia. By the way, the series is a brilliant example for captivating storytelling in photography.