thecreatorsproject:

"Stacked" Photo Series Captures Hong Kong’s Vertical Sprawlthecreatorsproject:

"Stacked" Photo Series Captures Hong Kong’s Vertical Sprawlthecreatorsproject:

"Stacked" Photo Series Captures Hong Kong’s Vertical Sprawlthecreatorsproject:

"Stacked" Photo Series Captures Hong Kong’s Vertical Sprawl
exhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana seriesexhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana seriesexhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana seriesexhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana seriesexhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana seriesexhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana seriesexhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana seriesexhibition-ism:

Designer and artist Kayanwok's imaginative Banana series
cultrual:


(via flickr)
schlurb:

Composition II, 2014
Dyl Moss (schlurb)
V I R T U A L C E N T U R Y 
(for vsuc my inspo)
wetheurban:


DESIGN: Glass/Light Patterns by Chris Wood
Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood has an excellent eye for light and color, which she uses to create dazzling light installations using only delicate pieces of colored glass.
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DESIGN: Glass/Light Patterns by Chris Wood
Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood has an excellent eye for light and color, which she uses to create dazzling light installations using only delicate pieces of colored glass.
Read Morewetheurban:


DESIGN: Glass/Light Patterns by Chris Wood
Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood has an excellent eye for light and color, which she uses to create dazzling light installations using only delicate pieces of colored glass.
Read Morewetheurban:


DESIGN: Glass/Light Patterns by Chris Wood
Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood has an excellent eye for light and color, which she uses to create dazzling light installations using only delicate pieces of colored glass.
Read Morewetheurban:


DESIGN: Glass/Light Patterns by Chris Wood
Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood has an excellent eye for light and color, which she uses to create dazzling light installations using only delicate pieces of colored glass.
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supersonicart:


Jonpaul Douglass, “Pizza in the Wild.”
Photographer Jonpaul Douglass snapped some epic photographs of the exotic wild animal known as “Pizza" around Los Angeles, California, it’s natural habitat.  See more of the delicious creature below:
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Jonpaul Douglass, “Pizza in the Wild.”
Photographer Jonpaul Douglass snapped some epic photographs of the exotic wild animal known as “Pizza" around Los Angeles, California, it’s natural habitat.  See more of the delicious creature below:
Read Moresupersonicart:


Jonpaul Douglass, “Pizza in the Wild.”
Photographer Jonpaul Douglass snapped some epic photographs of the exotic wild animal known as “Pizza" around Los Angeles, California, it’s natural habitat.  See more of the delicious creature below:
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theenergyissue:

Capturing the Impossible: Scientists Catch Schrödinger’s Cat with Quantum Physics
Schrödinger’s cat, the famous thought experiment devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935, was a way of illustrating a bizarre phenomenon of quantum mechanics called superposition. The experiment proposes a situation in which a cat might be simultaneously alive and dead—until we try to observe it, in which case it appears as either alive or dead. The concept demonstrates the apparent conflict between what quantum theory tells us is true about the behavior of matter on the microscopic level and what we observe to be true on the macroscopic level. Recently, however, scientists at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna have found a way to actually capture these simultaneous states and make them visible to the human eye. They created a combined image (GIF-ified here) where a cat-shaped stencil was bombarded with “entangled” photons. When two separate particles are entangled, their physical properties appear to correlate and they share a single quantum state (the simultaneous states described above). This means that the photons that generated the image never actually interacted with the stencil; instead, separate photons (which shared the same quantum state as the ones that hit the camera) arrived there. When the researchers, who created yellow and red pairs of entangled photons, fired the yellow photons at the stencil, only the red photons were sent to the camera. Spooky. Interestingly, this mysterious behavior could offer a huge array of benefits, including highly advanced data security and quantum communication.
theenergyissue:

Caught in Motion: Shinichi Maruyama’s Nude Time-Lapses
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama is known for the way he captures and expands moments in time. For his “Nude” series, he re-imagined the traditional nude as a portrait also of movement and human vitality. The resulting images abstract the human body into swirling vortexes of skin, sweeping patterns that offer the viewer an alternative view of what it means to capture the energy and form of the body. theenergyissue:

Caught in Motion: Shinichi Maruyama’s Nude Time-Lapses
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama is known for the way he captures and expands moments in time. For his “Nude” series, he re-imagined the traditional nude as a portrait also of movement and human vitality. The resulting images abstract the human body into swirling vortexes of skin, sweeping patterns that offer the viewer an alternative view of what it means to capture the energy and form of the body. theenergyissue:

Caught in Motion: Shinichi Maruyama’s Nude Time-Lapses
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama is known for the way he captures and expands moments in time. For his “Nude” series, he re-imagined the traditional nude as a portrait also of movement and human vitality. The resulting images abstract the human body into swirling vortexes of skin, sweeping patterns that offer the viewer an alternative view of what it means to capture the energy and form of the body. theenergyissue:

Caught in Motion: Shinichi Maruyama’s Nude Time-Lapses
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama is known for the way he captures and expands moments in time. For his “Nude” series, he re-imagined the traditional nude as a portrait also of movement and human vitality. The resulting images abstract the human body into swirling vortexes of skin, sweeping patterns that offer the viewer an alternative view of what it means to capture the energy and form of the body. theenergyissue:

Caught in Motion: Shinichi Maruyama’s Nude Time-Lapses
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama is known for the way he captures and expands moments in time. For his “Nude” series, he re-imagined the traditional nude as a portrait also of movement and human vitality. The resulting images abstract the human body into swirling vortexes of skin, sweeping patterns that offer the viewer an alternative view of what it means to capture the energy and form of the body. theenergyissue:

Caught in Motion: Shinichi Maruyama’s Nude Time-Lapses
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama is known for the way he captures and expands moments in time. For his “Nude” series, he re-imagined the traditional nude as a portrait also of movement and human vitality. The resulting images abstract the human body into swirling vortexes of skin, sweeping patterns that offer the viewer an alternative view of what it means to capture the energy and form of the body. theenergyissue:

Caught in Motion: Shinichi Maruyama’s Nude Time-Lapses
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama is known for the way he captures and expands moments in time. For his “Nude” series, he re-imagined the traditional nude as a portrait also of movement and human vitality. The resulting images abstract the human body into swirling vortexes of skin, sweeping patterns that offer the viewer an alternative view of what it means to capture the energy and form of the body. 
victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]victoriousvocabulary:

CENTRIFUGAL
[adjective]
1. moving or directed away from a centre or axis.
2. operated by means of centrifugal force.
3. Physiology: transmitting nerve impulses away from the central nervous system; efferent.
4. Botany: developing or progressing outward from a centre or axis, as in a flower cluster in which the oldest flowers are in the centre and the youngest flowers are near the edge.
5. tending or directed away from centralisation, as of authority.
Etymology: from New Latin centrifugus, Latin centrum (the middle) + fugere (to flee).
[Fabian Oefner]
gifartblog:

beesandbombs:

cube

unbelievable what rooms gets generated within the turn / morph