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Azuma Makoto sends flowers to space in his latest installation piece, Exobiotanica.
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Azuma Makoto sends flowers to space in his latest installation piece, Exobiotanica.
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Azuma Makoto sends flowers to space in his latest installation piece, Exobiotanica.
Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here. Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.
Full album here.

Some of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Mono Lake and the National Junk Car Forest in Goldfield, NV.

Full album here.

austinkleon:


Hayao Miyazaki, The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness
austinkleon:


Hayao Miyazaki, The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness
“Every action is a boomerang thrown with the force of your will. The question is not how far it will go, but whether or not you’ll be ready to catch it.”

biblipeacay:

*Chemistry of Combustion and Illumination* from 'Chemical Atlas or The Chemistry of Familiar Objects' by Edward Livingston Youmans (1855) [source / via]

(via 50watts)

infinity-imagined:

The interior single cell in the brain, freeze fractured to reveal its organelles and imaged with a scanning electron microscope.  The nucleus is purple, DNA is pink, endoplasmic reticulum is green, ribosomes are blue, golgi apparatus is olive, vesicles are yellow, and mitochondria are red.  This image is part of a 600 megapixel mosaic, which can be seen in full resolution on gigapan.  The sample was prepared with the osmium maceration technique by Dr. Patrick Nahirney, and imaged, stitched and colorized by James Tyrwhitt Drake.
infinity-imagined:

The interior single cell in the brain, freeze fractured to reveal its organelles and imaged with a scanning electron microscope.  The nucleus is purple, DNA is pink, endoplasmic reticulum is green, ribosomes are blue, golgi apparatus is olive, vesicles are yellow, and mitochondria are red.  This image is part of a 600 megapixel mosaic, which can be seen in full resolution on gigapan.  The sample was prepared with the osmium maceration technique by Dr. Patrick Nahirney, and imaged, stitched and colorized by James Tyrwhitt Drake.
infinity-imagined:

The interior single cell in the brain, freeze fractured to reveal its organelles and imaged with a scanning electron microscope.  The nucleus is purple, DNA is pink, endoplasmic reticulum is green, ribosomes are blue, golgi apparatus is olive, vesicles are yellow, and mitochondria are red.  This image is part of a 600 megapixel mosaic, which can be seen in full resolution on gigapan.  The sample was prepared with the osmium maceration technique by Dr. Patrick Nahirney, and imaged, stitched and colorized by James Tyrwhitt Drake.

infinity-imagined:

The interior single cell in the brain, freeze fractured to reveal its organelles and imaged with a scanning electron microscope.  The nucleus is purple, DNA is pink, endoplasmic reticulum is green, ribosomes are blue, golgi apparatus is olive, vesicles are yellow, and mitochondria are red.  This image is part of a 600 megapixel mosaic, which can be seen in full resolution on gigapan.  The sample was prepared with the osmium maceration technique by Dr. Patrick Nahirney, and imaged, stitched and colorized by James Tyrwhitt Drake.