Slow Life: Macro Time-lapse of Corals by Daniel Stoupin “Slow Life” is a breathtaking time-lapse video revealing the secret life of exotic corals and sponges. The short film was created by Daniel Stoupin, a photographer and PhD student at the University of Queensland in Australia. “Corals were illuminated with full-spectrum lamp imitating natural ambient light … Lire la suite de Slow Life: Macro Time-lapse of Corals by Daniel Stoupin
Intelligence test shows bees can learn to solve tasks from other bees What does it take to teach a bee to use tools? A little time, a good teacher and an enticing incentive. A bee collects pollen from a dandelion blossom on a lawn in Klosterneuburg, Austria. Photo by Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters Bees may have … Lire la suite de Intelligence test shows bees can learn to solve tasks from other bees
HYBYCOZO: The Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone on facebook | instagram Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone, is made of 3 complex 3D geometric shapes or 3 very simple 4D shapes, depending on how you look at it… Each is over 6 feet tall and made from gold laser cut steel panels. At night, they will be lit … Lire la suite de HYBYCOZO: The Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone by Yelena Filipchuk & Serge Beaulieu
Photos by Igor Siwanowicz Photographer and neurobiologist Igor Siwanowicz captures the striking complexity of insects using a laser-scanning microscope. “His brilliantly colored images show the tree-like structures of moth antennas, the wild details of barnacle legs, and the otherworldly shapes of plant spores. The photos are made with a confocal laser-scanning microscope capable of ‘seeing’ … Lire la suite de Year’s Best Biological Photos Capture the Artistry of Science and Photos by Igor Siwanowicz
Anatomical Illustrations by Michael Reedy Michael Reedy has created a beautifully grotesque series of anatomical figure drawings. His ability to use and omit color when needed shows his refined intuition for composure. Michael is technically schooled in anatomy and has been able to artistically render images we would normally see in a science textbook.
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"Poussière d’Etoiles" is a series produced by the French photographer Ludovic Florent. His project consisted in capturing dancers movement which were enhanced by adding flour. The powder leaves a trail behind, emphasizing the movement as in slow motion films or like there is a soul following them. Take a look at the astonishing effects obtained in the … Lire la suite de Majestic Dancers Photography by Ludovic Florent (nsfw)
Weird Crafts Porcelain Sculptures Inspired by Nature Of Kate McDowell In her delicate crafted porcelain sculptures conceptual artist Kate McDowell expresses her interpretation of the clash between the natural world and the modern-day environmental impact of industrialized society. The resulting works can be equal parts amusing and disturbing as the anatomical forms of humans … Lire la suite de Crafts Porcelain Sculptures Inspired By Nature Of Kate McDowell
Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quin’s massive new sculpture, 'Support,' is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels. To raise awareness about global warming, Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn has built a monumental sculpture for the 2017 Venice Art Biennale. Lorenzo is widely known for incorporating elements of the human body in his work. His … Lire la suite de Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quinn’s massive new sculpture, ‘Support,’ is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels.
https://youtu.be/xrGAQCq9BMU NASA's Cassini spacecraft has made its final flyby of Saturn's massive moon Titan, collecting data on the hydrocarbon lakes and haze-enshrouded surface of the alien world. On April 22, the spacecraft made its closest approach to Titan at a speed of about 13,000 miles per hour, marking the beginning of its 'Grand Finale.' … Lire la suite de WATCH THE VIDEO:NASA at Saturn: Cassini’s Grand Finale