Love of Life!

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I am silly. I believe I am “attracted to all that is alive and vital” and that life is about retribution. Unwisely I praise Aristotle for “bringing out the meaning of reciprocity and how friendships are beneficial to both parties in more than just one way, but especially in the way of happiness.” A consummate optimist I bring the Biophilia hypothesis to this space. Cheers, Oscar.

Nature can seem messy, chaotic, even frightening, but in Christopher Marley’s world, it’s a bounty of useable materials that can be infinitely organized and aestheticized. In his new book, Biophilia, which will be published April 14 by Abrams Books, the photographer and designer pairs pristine images of individual organisms alongside spectacular mosaics of creatures in geometric configurations.
Nature can seem messy, chaotic, even frightening, but in Christopher Marley’s world, it’s a bounty of useable materials that can be infinitely organized and aestheticized. In his new book, Biophilia, which will be published April 14 by Abrams Books, the photographer and designer pairs pristine images of individual organisms alongside spectacular mosaics of creatures in geometric configurations.

 Bringing Elegance and Order to the Chaos of Nature by Jordan G. Teicher