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Posts tagged Art

Apr 4

Mar 30
freakyfauna:

Robots! (1967).
From a series of Russian magazine covers.Found here.

freakyfauna:

Robots! (1967).

From a series of Russian magazine covers.
Found here.

(via itsyamtastic)


Mar 29

Mar 11

sagansense:

Vintage Space Art.

via sci-universe

(via laboratoryequipment)


Mar 9

Mar 8

compoundchem:

A bit of a detour into neuroscience today with a look at the chemical structures of some of the major neurotransmitters in the brain. Inspired in part by this post on the chemicals related to various emotions.

All available to download as free A3 PDFs at the bottom of the accompanying post (http://wp.me/p4aPLT-6C).

(via iaccidentallyallthephysics)


Mar 5

Mar 4

s-c-i-guy:

Colorful Photographs That Reveal The Beauty Within Deformed Frogs

Based in New York, visual artist and biologist Brandon Ballengée has combined his love for art and science with these colorful photographs of deformed frogs. 


Inspired by his scientific research, which was about the decline of frog populations due to their deformities, Ballengée colored his specimens with chemicals, and then used a high-resolution scanner to create photographs of each deformed frog. 

The artist chooses to show the beauty that can be found within these creatures as he did not want to exploit their deformities. In these prints, these frogs appear to be as large as toddlers to evoke empathy—if they were too small, viewers would dismiss them. 

Aptly named “Reliquaries”, these images are a tribute to the short lives of these amphibians. 

Ballengée’s works will be exhibited till 13 April 2014 at the Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art in Michigan. 

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(via amphiblog)


Mar 3
eatsleepdraw:

Cosmic poster. The inspiration for the letters was the Braille font.

eatsleepdraw:

Cosmic poster. The inspiration for the letters was the Braille font.

(via ourrobotmasters)



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