pachipachiworld:

"Tlazolteotl," by Susan Seddon Boulet

peacelifeart:

- Yayoi Kusama

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blown glass Tree of Life necklace 

by Daniel Wallace of Jubilant Glass & Art

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moma:

Matisse’s cut-outs were first shown at MoMA in 1951. Next week, they’ll be back

[Installation view of the exhibition The Last Works of Matisse: Large Cut Gouaches. 1961. Photographic Archive. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York]

cmog:

Segment #3, Clare Belfrage, Kensington, South Australia, 2005. Published in New Glass Review 27. (via Segment #3 | Corning Museum of Glass)

sixpenceee:

A graduate student has created the first man-made biological leaf. It absorbs water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen just like a plant. He did this by suspending chloroplasts in a mixture made out of silk protein. He believed it can be used for many things but the most striking one is the thought that it could be used for long distance space travel. Plants do not grow in space, but this synthetic material can be used to produce oxygen in a hostile environment. (Video)

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sacredfemininegypsyheart:

Vincent Cacciotti

sacredfemininegypsyheart:

Vincent Cacciotti

blown glass abstract expressionist reversible necklace

by Deenie Wallace of Jubilant Glass & Art

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ageofdestruction:

spectrum: The Sun, photographed by Solar Dynamics Observatory, 28th August 2014.

10 frames; each frame is a composite of 3 images in different wavelengths. Here, I have used 3 wavelengths in the extreme UV range (17.1, 19.3, and 21.1 nm), for the blue, green, and red channels which usually represent visible light of about 475, 530, and 680 nm, respectively.

Sequence covers about 11 hours.

Image credit: NASA/SDO, AIA/EVE/HMI. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.

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