ARL
"So now there were two of us,
who beat the world by
day and caressed it by night
and the world didn’t say
yea and she didn’t say nay"
S. Miller
ARL
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likeafieldmouse:

Tsunehisa Kimura
"The artist—who died in 2008—was known for his startlingly realistic collages of urban scenes, often animated with a kind of end-of-the-world, scifi-inflected festivity. Waterfalls scour sublime new cliffsides from the architectural canyons of Manhattan; modern tower blocks pitch and yaw atop aircraft carriers at sea; battleship gun turrets are cloned and repeated into Baroque stupas—cathedrals of artillery—along the empty roads of agrarian landscapes.” 
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likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
likeafieldmouse:

Thomas Prior
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labphoto:

Just finished something really pure and really new. 
The product of the mercuration was extracted with several cm3 of boiling hexane and the obtained black oil was placed in the fridge for a night, These crystals have been obtained.
It’s a not yet described compound, so I made it first ever and if everything works, than I can make something really useful from it(: 
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jeffelectric:

Katharina Grosse - One Floor Up More Highly - Mass MoCA, North Adams, MA.
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eydf:

smoky quartz / cuarzo ahumado
micron pen
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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

The photo sequence in the upper image shows, left to right, a fluid-filled tube falling under gravity, impacting a rigid surface, and rebounding upward. During free-fall, the fluid wets the sides of the tube, creating a hemispherical meniscus. After impact, the surface curvature reverses dramatically to form an intense jet. If, on the other hand, the tube is treated so that it is hydrophobic, the contact angle between the liquid and the tube will be 90 degrees during free-fall, impact, and rebound, as shown in the lower image sequence. The liquid simply falls and rebounds alongside the tube, without any deformation of the air-liquid interface. (Photo credit: A. Antkowiak et al.)
fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

The photo sequence in the upper image shows, left to right, a fluid-filled tube falling under gravity, impacting a rigid surface, and rebounding upward. During free-fall, the fluid wets the sides of the tube, creating a hemispherical meniscus. After impact, the surface curvature reverses dramatically to form an intense jet. If, on the other hand, the tube is treated so that it is hydrophobic, the contact angle between the liquid and the tube will be 90 degrees during free-fall, impact, and rebound, as shown in the lower image sequence. The liquid simply falls and rebounds alongside the tube, without any deformation of the air-liquid interface. (Photo credit: A. Antkowiak et al.)
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#cuttlefish
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lustik:

Pink Big Brother - Antoine Tavaglione - Station 16
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pleoros:

Edward Burtynsky
Tailings
pleoros:

Edward Burtynsky
Tailings
pleoros:

Edward Burtynsky
Tailings
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snowce:

Winfield Parks, Sheer 100-foot cliffs of eroded ash rise before Mount Katolinat in Alaska, National Geographic