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Greetings Earthlings. Welcome to this latest issue of Kult magazine. As you will have worked out by now, this issue is about “Earth”. “Curiously… Read More
Greetings Earthlings. Welcome to this latest issue of Kult magazine. As you will have worked out by now, this issue is about “Earth”. “Curiously enough, the dolphins had long known of the impending destruction of the planet Earth and had made many attempts to alert mankind of the danger; but most of their communications were misinterpreted as amusing attempts to punch footballs or whistle for tidbits...” We feature artists from all over the world commenting on the planet we live on. Perhaps there are some ugly reminders about our often selfish behaviour. But we do feel there is hope. Read Less
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Issue #9 - Earth
Greetings Earthlings. Welcome to this latest issue of Kult magazine. As you will have worked out by now, this issue is about “Earth”.
 
“Curiously enough, the dolphins had long known of the impending destruction of the planet Earth and had made many attempts to alert mankind of the danger; but most of their communications were misinterpreted as amusing attempts to punch footballs or whistle for tidbits...”
 
We feature artists from all over the world commenting on the planet we live on. Perhaps there are some ugly reminders about our often selfish behaviour. But we do feel there is hope. 
 
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Cover: Issue #09 - Earth
Artist: Adeline Tan 
Country: Singapore
Website: www.mightyellow.com
Artist: Kristal Melson
Country: Singapore
Website: kristalmelson.com
There is more rubbish than life under our waters. 
Artist: Brendan Fitzpatrick
Country: Singapore
Website: brendanfitzpatrick.com
Artist: Damien Poulain
Country: UK
Website: damienpoulain.com
Artist: Antz
Country: Singapore
Website: antz-gks.blogspot.com
Extreme weather has increased dramatically over the last 50 years due to climate change. As the future unfolds, we are all at risk from mother nature's massive power. 
Artist: James Roper
Country: UK
Website: jamesroper.com
Artist: Sashie Masakatsu
Country: Japan
Website: sal-s.com/art/art.html
 
Artist: Dorothy
Country: UK
Website: wearedorothy.com
Artist: Eric Foenander
Country: Singapore
Website: thetownjeweller.tumblr.com
Artist: Olivier Campagne
Country: France
Website: artefactorylab.com
Artist: Mojoko & Eric Foenander
Country: Singapore
Website: mojoko.net , thetownjeweller.tumblr.com
 
Artist: Ana Benaroya
Country: USA
Website: anabenaroya.com
Artist: Winnie Goh
Country: Singapore
Website: winnmills.com
Artist: Hirad Sabaghian
Country: Iran
Website: hiradsab.com
Artist: Moses Goh
Country: Singapore
Website: mozzgozz.com
Rainforests once covered 14% of the earth's land surface, now they only cover 2%. Remaining rainforests could be consumed in less than 40 years. 
Artist: Debra Raymond
Country: Singapore
Website: debraraymond.weebly.com
Artist: Adam Batchelor
Country: UK
Website: adambatchelor.co.uk
Artist: Earl Barrett-Holloway
Country: USA
Website: thesquidcomic.com
Artist: Andrew Pommier
Country: Canada
Website: andrewpommier.com
Millions of trees are accidentally planted by squirrels who bury nuts and then forget where they have hidden them.
Artist: Dewi-Marie Vincoy
Country: Singapore
Website: helloembrace.org
Artist: Jonny Wan
Country: UK
Website: jonnywan.com
Artist: Jordan Speer
Country: Japan
Website: jongreen.blog.shinobi.jp
 
Artist: JonJon Green
Country: Japan
Website: jongreen.blog.shinobi.jp
Artist: Jeremyville
Country: USA
Website: jeremyville.com
Artist: Gerson Gilrandy
Country: Indonesia
Website: gersonone.com
Artist: Cesc Grane 
Country: Spain
Website: ceskills.com
Artist: Nathan Walker
Country: USA
Website: alltheprettycolors.com
 
Artist: Nicholas Leong
Country: Singapore
Website: laqueeesh.tumblr.com
Artist: Ward Yamashita
Country: USA
Website: wardsome@nyc.rr.com
Artist: Yoh Nagao
Country: Japan
Website: yohnagao.com
Artist: Alan Guzman
Country: Mexico
Website: behance.net/alanguzman
Artist: Reinhard Krug
Country: Germany
Website: reinhardkrug.de
Artist: Mauro Gatti
Country: Italy 
Website: maurogatti.com
Artist: Vectorscum
Country: Singapore
Website: vectorscum.com
Artist: Woon Chi
Country: Singapore 
Website: woonchi.ong@gmail.com
Artist: Stuart Haygarth
Country: Germany
Website: stuarthaygarth.com
Artist: Hideyuki Katsumata
Country: Japan
Website: hidden-champion.net/blog/katsumata
 
Artist: REDSLIM08
Country: Phillipines
Website: cargocollective.com/redslim08
More than 40% of the animal and plant species in South East Asia could be wiped out in this century, with at least half representing global extinctions.
Artist: Shi Chun 
Country: Singapore
Website: behance.net/shich
Artist: Deedee Cheriel
Country: USA
Website: deedeecheriel.com
Artist: Shanon Tan
Country: Singapore
Website: shannontzx.tumblr.com
Artist: Ben Frost
Country: Australia
Website: benfrostisdead.com
Artist: Ryan Jones
Country: Singapore
Website: ryanjonesart.com
Artist: Vako Valo
Country: Antarctica
Website: vakavalo.com
Artist: Iain Mutch
Country: Australia
Website: kingbrownmag.com
Artist: Campanas Brothers
Country: Brazil
Website: campanas.com.br
Artist: 1000 Tentacles
Country: Malaysia
Website: 1000tentacles.com
 
Artist: Sharon Yang 
Country: Singapore
Website: paynk.tumblr.com
The ocean contains 99% of the living space on the planet.
Artist: Andrey Flakonkishochki
Country: Russia
Website: flakonkishochki.ru
Artist: Steven Rodrig
Country: USA
Website: pcbcreations.com
Artist: Zinkie Aw
Country: Singapore 
Website: awzinkie.com
 
Artist: Anil Yanik
Country: Turkey
Website: anilyanik.com
Artist: Naomi Tan
Country: Singapore
Website: naomitien.com
Artist: Vladimir Stankovic
Country: Finland
Website: behance.net/vladimirsartdesign
Artist: Marco Mozzato
Country: Italy
Website: gartenkultur.it
Artist: Killian Eng
Country: Sweden
Website: dwdesign.tumblr.com
Smoking Mother Earth
Artist: Mriz Sidah
Country: Singapore
Website: twitter.com/mrizsidah
Goodbye Trees 
Artist: Jabaone
Country: Singapore
Website: jabaone.com