Disharmony of Our Planet Shown Through Yin Yang Illustrations

In Chinese philosophy the yin yang represents the complementary nature of all things. Light and dark are not opposing forces, rather interconnected and necessary to maintain harmony. Creative Director Dalip Singh uses this motif to design in depth illustrations of the Earth. The images show the dual forces of destruction and nature’s beauty at the same time. The illustrations feature the elements Land, Water, and Air. The light side of the yin yang is clinging for survival as the darkness covers the majority of the image, showing the horribly skewed imbalance of the Earth that humans have caused.

Holiday Travel: Which Airports are the Most Reliable?

Traveling during the holidays is a necessary evil for many of us. Some are lucky enough to have family live in the same city —or a neighboring one — and their travel times are basically nonexistent. Then, there are the unfortunate bunch who had to nail down their air travel plans months ago to make sure they’d arrive home in time for the holidays. Air travel is always stressful during the winter holidays, but nothing incites frustration and rage more than a delayed or cancelled flight.

China: Recent Photos Show Shocking Pollution

From the of off-the-charts levels of air pollutants recently recorded in Beijing, to massive fish die offs and waste chemicals being dumped directly into its main waterways, China has quickly been gaining the well earned reputation as the world’s worst polluter. These hard to stomach images from Reuters show a land drastically changed in the country’s last decades of massive growth; a hard earned payment to become the product producing powerhouse that it is today.