In this light and photography installation dubbed Street Art 2.0, French photographer and self-professed "activist artist" Philippe Echaroux projected images of the indigenous Surui people on the trees of the Amazonian rainforest, as a powerful reminder of the threats that the Surui and their rainforest home face with rampant illegal logging and mining.
Powerful art installation reminds us of rainforest people's plight (Video)
An amazing sculptural installation by Neil Dawson. I love the massive scale of this, and the impression you get looking at it that it's like a doodle on a photograph or something generated in photoshop, until you see the additional pictures and realize that it isn't. I'm also impressed that it holds up well from multiple viewing angles; at no time does it ever really look "Flat".