You might be aware of Felton's design work, like the Facebook timeline, or the Annual Report he releases every year about his own life. His reports are both brilliant & confounding, and it's exciting to see he's merged his appetite for design with the explosion of interest in photography.
Here's a GIF preview:
You might recognize photographer Mike Kelley's project on the cover:
Or Boris Pophristov's pinhole solargraphs:
Pelle Cass' work in there. And it's hard to imagine a Larson/Shindelman's project didn't make the cut, especially their "Geolocation: Atlanta", an ACP Public Art project from 2012.
Here's a video worth watching of Nicholas Felton talking about the project (and more) last year in New Zealand:
It's also intriguing to see time-lapse-esque techniques appearing that Stephen Lawson has been exploring for decades, even before they could be done digitally. (Whoa, right?)
Last thing: I've definitely never seen light painting from a kayak paddle before (from Stephen Orlando).