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A second small print celebrating the little things that power the world, and continuing explorations of geometry. Featured here are our friends the krill, small crustaceans that form the base of a vast swathe of the marine food web. They’re being fished out at an alarming rate to serve as fish food for aquaculture farms, leaving many species, like whales, hungry.

I love to think about the interconnectedness of the natural world, and the implications of the disappearance of things so remote from our lives. We have a huge and complicated responsibility to change the way we live on this planet.

More by Roger Peet

Posts by Roger Peet

Portland Openings!

Portland Openings!

November 8, 2009

First Thursday in Portland, Oregon. It was a rainy, windy night, and still the people came out to partake of the smorgasbord of Justseeds art on display! Two shows opened,…



May 21, 2012

What do you get if you combine social media, crowd-sourced funding, and remote drone strikes? Imagine the scenario: you and a bunch of your evangelical, closeted friends have determined…