Kuripe Pipes

Posted: October 3rd, 2017 | Tags: | Comments Off on Kuripe Pipes

Made with love!


Psymon

Posted: May 15th, 2017 | Tags: | Comments Off on Psymon


Fractals

Posted: January 19th, 2016 | Tags: | Comments Off on Fractals

Fracture 2 (Mandelbrot).tiff

Fracture 30 (Newton).tiff

Fracture 27 (Julia).tiff

Fracture 26 (Julia).tiff

Fracture 25 (Mandelbrot).tiff

Fracture 16 (Julia).tiff

Fracture 23 (Secant).tiff

Fracture 14 (Dragon).tiff

Fracture 6 (Newton).tiff

Fracture 8 (Dragon).tiff

Fracture 3 (Newton).tiff

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Decision Support for Small Earth Dams using Web GIS

Posted: November 8th, 2014 | Tags: | Comments Off on Decision Support for Small Earth Dams using Web GIS

A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the Masters Degree in Geographic Information Systems of the University of Leeds.

Abstract

The benefits of creating small earth dams for retaining water, both surface and subsurface, are multiple. The reserved water can be used for domestic and agri- cultural applications. Natural ecosystems will benefit as a result of the improved hydrological conditions, often helping to halt or reverse desertification by slowing down the large water cycle and preventing water runoff in the rainy season. Im- proved water retention improves conditions in drought-affected ASAL regions and lifts the burden of water carrying from women, allowing more time for family and education.

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Canaan

Posted: December 8th, 2013 | Tags: | 1 Comment »

Canaan

I was at Luminate Festival in New Zealand in 2011 and was inspired to make this digital painting.


Mapping the Transition

Posted: July 28th, 2013 | Tags: | Comments Off on Mapping the Transition

This project attempts to map the geospatial distribution of the worldwide transition to a post peak-oil economy.

There are five datasets included in this study: Transition Initiatives, GEN Ecovilages, Permaculture Projects, Organic Agriculture Land Share by Country and Renewable Energy Generation by Country.

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Nape Nape

Posted: March 7th, 2013 | Tags: | Comments Off on Nape Nape

Nape nape

Inspired by a particularly enlightening experience a couple of years ago on a New Zealand beach watching the sun come up over the Pacific.