Different views of the water at an important cultural site on Hawai'i Island are combined in this historic "hala" quilt pattern depicting imagery of an important endemic tree species.
The waters of seemingly disparate areas of the globe are part of a single closed and interconnected system. Here, various images of the world's waters become a single composition, shaped by Islamic geometric patterns that seek to unify the scientific and spiritual worlds through natural phenomena.
Digital video footage capturing the futuristic lighting in a decorative fountain at a mall in Tunis, Tunisia is used to create a modern moving video fabric design inspired by the silk scarves on display in the city's ancient medina (an Unesco World Heritage Site).
Footage captured at a reservoir near Bozeman, Montana takes the form of traditional beadwork.
Footage captured in the irrigation canals of the Yakima Valley (Washington) creates this Native American trading post inspired blanket design.
The coastal waters of the Island of Hawai'i are framed by the barcode for Aquafina's 20 oz. water bottle. These are the best selling water bottles in the United States. Water bottles and their caps are the 2nd and 3rd most common flotsam throughout the Hawaiian archipelago.
Inspired by traditional Hawaiian quilt designs, this pattern was created by the artist to commemorate the ohia lehua, an endemic species of tree found on Maui. The water footage was captured in the ohia's natural habitat on Maui.
Inspired by traditional Hawaiian quilt designs, this pattern was created by the artist to commemorate the pohuehue, an endemic species of beach morning glory found throughout the Hawaiian islands. The water footage was captured in the pohuehue's natural habitat on Maui.
Inspired by traditional Hawaiian quilt designs, this pattern was created by the artist to commemorate the loulu (pritchardia forbesiana), an endemic species of palm tree found on Maui. The water footage was captured in the loulu's habitat on Maui.
This digital video stained glass window was created using data captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory and made available to the public courtesy of NASA/SDO and the AIA, EVE, and HMI science teams.