Our Five to Frame series brings you exceptional artwork and photos to discover, each selected to elevate your walls.
Founded in 2013 by Benjamin Grant, the Overview Effect is a growing collection of satellite and aerial imagery capturing the intricate dance between human activity and natural forces on Earth. Overview has been featured in the New York Times, The Economist, Fast Company and countless other outlets, and continues to share stories about our planet and our impact upon it.
Bring this awe-inspiring perspective home by framing one of these five stunning images, and follow @dailyoverview for a steady dose of aerial wonder.
Bora Bora is a 12-square-mile (30-square-km) island chain in the Society Islands of French Polynesia. Prints are printed on Epson Professional Luster Paper.
Deforestation of the rainforest is visible in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, immediately adjacent to untouched tracts of forest. Prints are completed on Epson Professional Luster Paper.
Southern California Airplane Boneyard
The Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville, California, USA contains an aircraft boneyard with more than 150 retired planes. Prints are completed on Epson Professional Luster Paper.
Kansas Pivot Irrigation
The circles shown here are created when lines of sprinklers, powered by electric motors, rotate 360 degrees to evenly irrigate crops. Prints are completed on Epson Professional Luster Paper.
The beaches in Perth, Australia are world-famous for their beautiful white sand and clear blue water. Prints are completed on Epson Professional Luster Paper.