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The brain differences between the young and the old, people with autism, and even female mice have been revealed in a series of beautiful rainbow images. The collection of pictures use a kaleidoscope of colours to highlight neurons, electrical connections between cells, and other brain activity, and will go on show for the first time in St Andrew Square, Edinburgh later this month.
Trina Merry is a bodypainting artist based in San Francisco. There’s a good chance you’ve seen her work before, as a number of her projects have enjoyed widespread viral success on the Web.
“Fallen Star” by South Korean artist Do Ho Suh on top of a seven-story building of University of California in San Diego.
We all know how much of a hot commodity wallpapers are to the design and development community in particular, and to anyone in general who tends to spend a large amount of time basking in the glow of a computer screen.
(above) china’s CCTV tower by OMA is illustrated in the drawing all images courtesy of federico babina italian illustrator federico babina‘s latest series ‘archimachine’ describes 17 countries whose gears are made and operated by architecture. each tog in the wheel is a key piece for its functioning, ‘a surrealist spaceship where the country and its symbols floating weightless…a microcosm that transports the imagination.’, babina describes.
16 Real, Beautiful Women in Every Stage of Pregnancy Photographer Jade Beall is determined to show women that bodies — our bodies, in whatever stage of life — are stunning.
17 Of The Most Beautiful Steps Around The World Street art is gradually coming to be accepted as a legitimate and wonderful art form by more and more people, but that doesn’t mean that street artists can rest on their laurels – they continue exploring with new ways to exploit public surfaces and cover them in beautiful art.
Since our last article on Eiko Ojala (previously) the Estonian graphic designer and illustrator has continued his fantastic three dimensional drawings for leading publications around the world.
There’s secret the animators at Disney and Pixar have been hiding right in front of our faces, a mysterious code that links almost every Pixar movie ever made.
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