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An infographic illustrating the rapid and frightening addiction cycle of a heroin addict

An infographic illustrating the rapid and frightening addiction cycle of a heroin addict

David and Goliath panel, Baptistry Eastern door, by Lorenzo Ghiberti, Florence, Tuscany, Italy | por Mikey Stephens

David and Goliath panel, Baptistry Eastern door, by Lorenzo Ghiberti, Florence, Tuscany, Italy | por Mikey Stephens

Notes: The Pan Chang knot (also known as the Endless knot or the Mystic knot) is one of the eight buddhist treasures. It represents the endless cycle of life, the infinite wisdom of Buddha, the duality (yin and yang) of existence, and is also a symbol of balance and harmony.

Notes: The Pan Chang knot (also known as the Endless knot or the Mystic knot) is one of the eight buddhist treasures. It represents the endless cycle of life, the infinite wisdom of Buddha, the duality (yin and yang) of existence, and is also a symbol of balance and harmony.

Allan Peters designed this poster as part of Artcrank 2012, a Minneapolis-based event that fea­tures hand-made, bike-inspired posters

Allan Peters designed this poster as part of Artcrank 2012, a Minneapolis-based event that fea­tures hand-made, bike-inspired posters

Loving the concept. The 4 circles and the 1 main graphic in the center. The 4…

Loving the concept. The 4 circles and the 1 main graphic in the center. The 4…

The endless knot or eternal knot (Sanskrit: Shrivatsa) is a symbolic knot and one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols.The iconography symbolised Samsara i.e., the endless cycle of suffering or birth, death and rebirth within Tibetan Buddhism. It also signifies the inter-twining of wisdom and compassion and the wisdom of the Buddha with no beginning and end.

The endless knot or eternal knot (Sanskrit: Shrivatsa) is a symbolic knot and one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols.The iconography symbolised Samsara i.e., the endless cycle of suffering or birth, death and rebirth within Tibetan Buddhism. It also signifies the inter-twining of wisdom and compassion and the wisdom of the Buddha with no beginning and end.

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