As if this sacred earth needs any more stress, those rulers of ours are now planning to transfer the financial burden of 640 million acres of federal land back to the states, almost ensuring their sale to the highest bidder. NATURAL RESOURCES, BABY!
Meatscape by Nicolas Lampert
The latest trend in California drought survival? Flood the fields and let gravity do its work.
Rest in Peace to an iconic drive-thru Sequoia tree, Pioneer Cabin, which fell on Sunday as Pineapple Express storms continue to batter California.
The pointy-nosed blue chimaera swims deep below the sea at 6,700 feet, with the male fish slyly sporting a retractable sex organ on its forehead.
photo by Josh Haner
Can plants talk to each other?
Unique Stone Sculptures by Ugo Rondinone to support the maintenance of his Seven Magic Mountains installation outside of Las Vegas.
It’s fairly clear that America is pretty fucked right now. But as in most instances of darkness, there are beams of light that fight to breakthrough. In support of the Water Fighters at Standing Rock, Deadbeat Club will be selling an open edition of NO DAPL prints to get financial aid to the front lines of natural resource protection. With photographs by Devin Briggs, Nolan Hall, Grant Hatfield, Jerry Hsu, Stacy Kranitz, Molly Steele, Deanna Templeton, Ed Templeton, and Clint Woodside, you should have no problem in finding a way to give and receive.