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Canasta Decorativa de periódico pintada con Café

Canasta Decorativa de periódico pintada con Café

Canastas elaboradas con periodico

Canastas elaboradas con periodico

Frutas decorativas 100% de periodico

Frutas decorativas 100% de periodico

Hemmerle's Tarantula brooch (1995), from the "Art of Nature" series. The body is made up of a 111.76ct dark brown conch pearl - one of the largest and rarest ever found - and 39.84ct natural coloured fancy shaped Umba sapphires.

Best of 2013: pearl jewels

Hemmerle's Tarantula brooch (1995), from the "Art of Nature" series. The body is made up of a 111.76ct dark brown conch pearl - one of the largest and rarest ever found - and 39.84ct natural coloured fancy shaped Umba sapphires.

Lapicero elaborado con rollitos de papel de revistas

Lapicero elaborado con rollitos de papel de revistas

Happy birthday Hubble! In honor of the telescope's 22 years in orbit, TIME looks back at 22 of its most striking images. ti.me/HOKmx9

Deep-Space Photos: Hubble's Greatest Hits - Photo Essays

Happy birthday Hubble! In honor of the telescope's 22 years in orbit, TIME looks back at 22 of its most striking images. ti.me/HOKmx9

Cajas de regalo elaboradas con PET y Cartón

Cajas de regalo elaboradas con PET y Cartón

BioTechniques - Tarantulas Tangled Up In Blue-  Unlike the structural colors of birds or butterflies, tarantulas produce non-iridescent colors that maintain their hue when viewed from any angle. Understanding how tarantula nanostructures produce color could replace energy-intensive LCD technology, since active backlight illumination would not be required. “We think the tarantula could be key to addressing these problems, and we are using different nanofabrication technologies to replicate…

BioTechniques - Tarantulas Tangled Up In Blue- Unlike the structural colors of birds or butterflies, tarantulas produce non-iridescent colors that maintain their hue when viewed from any angle. Understanding how tarantula nanostructures produce color could replace energy-intensive LCD technology, since active backlight illumination would not be required. “We think the tarantula could be key to addressing these problems, and we are using different nanofabrication technologies to replicate…

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