This is not art but strikingly blue salt fields of Australia

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Eco on Monday 6 July 2015

When flying cross-country, you can see a number of spectacular sights. Fly over Arizona and you’ll see the Grand Canyon. Make it to northern Italy and you’ll see the towering Alps. But if you head on over to Australia, don’t expect to see just barren red land. Aussie photographer Simon Butterworth shows us that the outback is just as colourful as any place on Earth.

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Sponsored Post: Make It With A Cowboy, with thanks from Sauza Tequila

Milo Sumner Contributor

By Milo Sumner in Video on Friday 11 July 2014

Step aside Old Spice man, you may be painfully perfect but this now it’s time for the Sauza cowboy. The eye-catching new campaign from the iconic Tequila brand features hunky American actor Jon Prescott as the wild west cowboy demonstrating how to make the perfect margarita. The essential ingredient is, of course, Sauza Blue.

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What shades of blue are the big websites using? You tell us via this online game

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in Cool Websites on Monday 13 January 2014

Blue is the most used colour on the Internet. Facebook is doing it, Twitter is doing it, LinkedIn is doing it. Everyone is doing it. But every shade of blue is unique and the tricky part is distinguishing between the different ones.

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Blue: A beautiful minimal weather app

Jay Byrnes Reader Find

By Jay Byrnes in New Products on Saturday 4 May 2013

Blue is a 36-hour weather forecasting phone app. It displays the weather with beautiful color gradients. Minimal, clean, and only $.99. Very nice.

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Blue is the most used colour on the Internet

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in New Trends on Friday 23 November 2012

According to an infographic by TemplateMonster, blue is the top dog of website colours. With blue offering feelings of security, tranquility, progress and innovation, it’s easy to understand why everything from social networking sites to healthcare companies use it. Twitter’s doing it, Skype’s doing it, Facebook’s doing it, and WordPress is doing it. Why aren’t […]

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Caleb Neelon

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Events on Saturday 8 March 2008

Massachusetts-based artist Caleb Neelon is staging his first West Coast exhibition — Caleb Neelon Is Working On It — at West Hollywood’s Carmichael Gallery between May 10 and June 1. He was the author and illustrator of the children’s book, Lilman Makes a Name for Himself, and has a new book of his art coming […]

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New York, New York

Zac Editor

By Zac in New Photography on Thursday 28 February 2008

Ah, New York. What a wonderful city! I was there for a few days visiting the main man behind Lost At E Minor, my brother Zolton. In amongst all the walking and talking, I managed to whip out my camera every now and then. These shots capture the vertical scale of the city, the wonderful deco architecture, and the vast blocks of blue that engulf the city on a clear day.

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