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Created using static points of light. This is Patchwork Quilt.

Created using static points of light. This is Patchwork Quilt.

Rocky Point at Port-Goulphar - Claude Monet  - 1886

Claude Monet - Rocky Point at Port-Goulphar - 1886 - Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio

The Invitation. An incredibly detailed piece featuring many different light sources, captured in Chicago by Christopher Kennedy

The Invitation. An incredibly detailed piece featuring many different light sources, captured in Chicago by Christopher Kennedy

Curvaceous Pyramid - an example of duo chromatic cross hatching. This is an eye bender in black and white. By Christopher Kennedy.

Curvaceous Pyramid - an example of duo chromatic cross hatching. This is an eye bender in black and white. By Christopher Kennedy.

The Blueness by Christopher Kennedy

The Blueness by Christopher Kennedy

Trigger Warning: This article discusses a police raid. I’ve been living my life inside a confirmation bias bubble for a few years now. The bubble has meandered a bit as I educated myself with the help of my hunni, my like-minded online community and Mr. Google. But for the most part, because of my own …

All Things Beautiful: Summer Fun Craft Tutorial: Giant Bubble Wand.Must try this with the kids.

Squid Skin: Why Pigment (But Not Glitter) Will Dance to the Beat

Squid and their relatives–a group of animals known as cephalopods–have the world's best skin. And it's not because they moisturize, lack pimples, or tan without

Color online) Structural Color Mixing in Nature [87, 90, 91]. Photographs, optical microscopy and SEM images of tiger beetles C. oregona ((a), (b), (c)), long-jointed beetles C. obscuripennis ((d), (e), (f)), and swallowtail butterflies P. palinurus ((g), (h), (i)), respectively.   via Bio-Inspired Photonic Structures: Prototypes, Fabrications and Devices --- By Feng Liu, Biqin Dong and Xiaohan Liu

Bio-Inspired Photonic Structures: Prototypes, Fabrications and Devices

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread, originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy. Yep ... cool!

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread originally from Dennis Kunkel Microscopy. the colours looks very interesting under a microscope

The Invitation. An incredibly detailed piece featuring many different light sources, captured in Chicago by Christopher Kennedy

The Invitation. An incredibly detailed piece featuring many different light sources, captured in Chicago by Christopher Kennedy

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