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Hiroki Morinoue. Earth Cycle, 2007. Woodcut. AP 6. 36 x 36 in. unframed, 41 x 41 in. framed.

Akiko Taniguchi. Follower of Helios, 2008. Etching and chine colle. Edition of 6. 36 x 24 inches.

Robert Kipniss, “Sounds of the Earth” Lithograph 13 1/2” x 10”  1979

Aleutian Nights | LuAnn Ostergaard

Minjung Kim

New Ceramic Coral Reefs by Courtney Mattison Draw Attention to Earth’s Changing Oceans

Dorothy Caldwell. Collecting cards (journal) - small intimate studies, stitched, wrapped, marked with earth ochre, ink, and appliquéd with plant material (leaves, small flowers). #textile_art

Joseph Austin - Memoirs of Oceania & Sea Earth and Flora

Ann Symes - Earth - monoprint over Japanese woodblock print

Heaven, Earth and Sea (series) by Amie Oliver.

Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Earth (The Elements), c. 1570

Hidden Depths by Rebecca Vincent Monotype Gallery, Alnwick

woodcut whale

Ryan Mcginley (nudity desert)


G.W. Bot, Earth, glyphs and sun, 2010, linocut on Korean Hanji paper, 94 x 64cm. Her work reflects a poetic vision of the landscape. These glyphs describe the spaces between objects — for instance a gum leaf and the movement between it and the other leaves on the branch and the way all those leaves move with the wind.

Gustav Vigeland woodcut

Her self portrait, woodcut print

Lindy Laurel - Scorched Earth 2013

The Earth's Oldest Trees - 7 Graphics of Earth's Coolest Phenomena, From Rainbows to Earth Wobble, by Gizmodo #SEO #SEO2015 #internetmarketing #Infographics #SEM #Google The best Internet Marketing and SEO Inforgraphics to learn and tutor from.

Pink Trees, woodcut