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…bug visuals with Radiohead song…or Radiohead song with bug visuals…

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Video 1 Apr 21,555 notes

oaciss:

Just one of the coolest places on Earth

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Video 1 Apr 96,248 notes

gothiccharmschool:

jumpingjacktrash:

monthofmay:

Redditor’s wife knitted a beautiful star chart shawl.

this is the pattern i just reblogged the ravelry link to, except they apparently left out the yarnover eyelets, and i think i like it better.

Oh. Oohhhhh. Someone please knit this for me, in black and charcoal and silver.

Video 1 Apr 3,305 notes

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Sculpture by Beth Stichter  ‘The Four Humors’

Sanguine :  Too much blood - Passionate, Bold,impulsive
Melancholic :Too much black bile - Depressed, anxious, moody Choleric : Too much yellow bile - Irritable, hostile, bitter
Phlegmatic : Too much phlegm - Passive, introverted, rational

  The Four Humors is a body of work spanning 2009-2010 which examines the history of scientifically categorizing human behavior, specifically the particular theory of understanding  human psychology invented by the Ancient Greeks.
“Essentially, this theory held that the human body was filled with four basic substances, called four humors, which are in balance when a person is healthy. All diseases and disabilities resulted from an excess or deficit of one of these four humors. The four humors were identified as black bile, yellow bile, phlegm, and blood.
When a patient was suffering from a surplus or imbalance of one fluid, then his or her personality and physical health would be affected.”

Photo 1 Apr 5,350 notes complexityblog:

Drawing a curve, using only straight lines.
1. draw 2 intersecting lines.
2. mark off an equal number equidistant of tick marks on both axes.
3. connect opposite tick marks with a straight line (lowest on the vertical axis with the furthest on the horizontal axis).
optional: using your daughter’s school supplies while “helping” with her homework.

complexityblog:

Drawing a curve, using only straight lines.

1. draw 2 intersecting lines.

2. mark off an equal number equidistant of tick marks on both axes.

3. connect opposite tick marks with a straight line (lowest on the vertical axis with the furthest on the horizontal axis).

optional: using your daughter’s school supplies while “helping” with her homework.

Video 1 Apr 16,083 notes

wnycradiolab:

awkwardsituationist:

the remote and little known rice terraces of yuanyang county in china’s yunnan province were built by the hani people along the contours of ailao mountain range during the ming dynasty five hundred years ago. the terraces, once planted during the early spring season, are then irrigated with spring water from the forest above, which reflect sunlight to create the images seen here.

photos by jialiang gao, javarman, isabelle chauvel and thierry bornier

(previous posts on the rice terraces of the philippines and vietnam)

Can’t…look…too…beautiful.

via Radiolab.
Video 1 Apr 24,744 notes

simonschusterca:

Artist and architect Yusuke Oono has designed an amazing series of 40-page books that fan out into 360-degree storybooks. Can you say OMG?

See the rest of this story here.

Text 1 Apr 4 notes Conference Survey

nceca:

The 2014 Conference Survey is HERE!  Please take a few minutes to give us your feedback.  Responses from past surveys HAS influenced board decisions and led to the improvements in the process room, lower bus ticket prices and much more.

Click here to take survey

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basic-allyy:

Beth Cavener Stichter


These works are so beautiful words can’t even.

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Aldo Chaparro
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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Kate MacDowell  Amazing Porcelain Sculptures

Through her porcelain sculptures, artist Kate MacDowell explores our romantic notions towards the environment alongside the human propensity for destruction. Her pieces are responses to the damage we inflict upon our habitats including climate change, genetic modification of organisms, and pollution. Human figures and animals act as symbols of the natural world, humorously and sometimes disturbingly transformed into new creatures that share qualities across the boundary of species. Hand crafted and exceptionally detailed, her work is a traditional medium that takes on contemporary significance in an age of ecological degradation.

Kate MacDowell and her ghostly sculptures are beautiful and somewhat haunting examinations of the human relationship with nature. Each piece is molded by hand and then hollowed. Choosing porcelain for its pallor, luminosity, and ability to show texture, it also allows her to represent “fragility of natural forms in a dying ecosystem, while paradoxically, being a material that can last for thousands of years and is historically associated with high status and value.”

http://katemacdowell.com/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/yumfactory/4399846263/

http://hifructose.com/2011/01/27/new-works-by-kate-macdowell-2/

http://inhabitat.com/kate-macdowell-masterfully-crafts-porcelain-sculptures-inspired-by-nature/

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Bizarre Illustrations by artistRedmer Hoekstra

on Behance

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