One of the many branches of the nudibranch family tree. Just fucking amazing that something like this exists in nature! PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID DOUBILET

One of the many branches of the nudibranch family tree. Just fucking amazing that something like this exists in nature!
PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID DOUBILET

black-tangled-heart:

Photo manipulation by Erik Johansson (Part 2)

Click each image to see the title.

Part 1 here

2 years ago 411   originally from arpeggia / via arpeggia
wired:

[via futurejournalismproject]:

Photographs from Fukushima
Last week we wrote about Japan’s Memory Salvage Project, a beautiful volunteer initiative that seeks to restore some of the 750,000 found photographs collected in the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami.
If you’re in New York next month, Aperture is exhibiting some of the images as part of a show that started in Japan and then moved to Los Angeles.
In an interview with the New Yorker, project lead Munemasa Takahashi explains:

After the disaster occurred, the first thing the people who lost their loved ones and houses came to look for was their photographs. Only humans take moments to look back at their pasts, and I believe photographs play a big part in that. This exhibit makes us think of what we have lost, and what we still have to remember about our past.

The photographs will be on display at the Aperture Foundation from April 2 through April 27.

If you’re in NYC, GO TO THIS.

wired:

[via futurejournalismproject]:

Photographs from Fukushima

Last week we wrote about Japan’s Memory Salvage Project, a beautiful volunteer initiative that seeks to restore some of the 750,000 found photographs collected in the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami.

If you’re in New York next month, Aperture is exhibiting some of the images as part of a show that started in Japan and then moved to Los Angeles.

In an interview with the New Yorker, project lead Munemasa Takahashi explains:

After the disaster occurred, the first thing the people who lost their loved ones and houses came to look for was their photographs. Only humans take moments to look back at their pasts, and I believe photographs play a big part in that. This exhibit makes us think of what we have lost, and what we still have to remember about our past.

The photographs will be on display at the Aperture Foundation from April 2 through April 27.

If you’re in NYC, GO TO THIS.

2 years ago 180   originally from wired / via futurejournalismproject

myedol:

Color Drips by Markus Linnenbrink

2 years ago 66   originally from myedol / via myedol
2 years ago 13757   originally from joekenneth / via beauty-is-magic

devidsketchbook:

Photographs by Alberto Seveso - a due Colori

This is bonkers!

2 years ago 1237   originally from devidsketchbook / via devidsketchbook

penabranca is the artist I believe at least that is the tumblr page on which I found these.

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