Issue     October, 2019

  Capturing Mother  
Nature:  
 Daniel Beltrá  
 
Using Mother nature as a  
 canvas
Sean & Gabe Yoro
Editor's Note

The destruction of the environment is a mounting humanitarian crisis. Are we saving the environment for its sake? Maybe in part, but in the end, it comes down to how the deterioration of the environment will impact humanity. Experts predict a refugee influx from coastal areas, larger and larger natural-disasters, and international food shortages. The dying environment is a silent wave that is rising, but so many of us refuse to admit its existence. The artists featured in our newest issue are not just speaking for the oceans, woods, wildlife and sky, but for humanity, trying to lift the veil of blissful ignorance and give a glimpse into the consequences of our idleness. 

 Pandas on a 
Worldwide 
 Tour
Artist  intallation 
 that
 depict the
 climate change take over
 Room 
 -Freedom Baird
 to Grow
 The Great 
-Alexis Rockman 
Lakes
 Lakes
Art 
 And
 Renewable 
Energy
 Special Coral Reef
Vanessa Barragão’s
The
 on
Earth
Waste land
Transforming
E-Waste into Art
Benjamin Von Wong
Art in Hong Kong's 
 Pro-Democracy Movement