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photos transferred to glass

photos transferred to glass

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sci-universe:

Forget-me-nots used to grow in my backyard when I was little and they became somehow special to me. Seeing them somewhere now gives me this nostalgic but at the same time reassuring feeling.


“This series is based on the drawings made by snails on the wet sand in the inter-tidal zone. They are part of an ongoing series of works involving collaboration between the snails and me. I choreograph the snails’ starting positions, and then photograph the marks they make over time.
I tend to think of the snail pieces as a metaphor for the order we establish in our lives, and how the element of chance enters in to shape the result -regardless of how much we attempt to structure it.”  Daniel Renalli, Snail Drawings Series (1995-Present)

“This series is based on the drawings made by snails on the wet sand in the inter-tidal zone. They are part of an ongoing series of works involving collaboration between the snails and me. I choreograph the snails’ starting positions, and then photograph the marks they make over time.

I tend to think of the snail pieces as a metaphor for the order we establish in our lives, and how the element of chance enters in to shape the result -regardless of how much we attempt to structure it.” 

 Daniel Renalli, Snail Drawings Series (1995-Present)

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thingsorganizedneatly:

http://rachelignotofsky.tumblr.com/post/69455725620/new-art-print-i-illustrated-up-on-etsy-this
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An illustration by Rachel Ignotofsky  This playful info-graphic shows almost all of the lab equipment you could ever dream of.


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thingsorganizedneatly:

http://rachelignotofsky.tumblr.com/post/69455725620/new-art-print-i-illustrated-up-on-etsy-this

SUBMISSION:

An illustration by Rachel Ignotofsky  This playful info-graphic shows almost all of the lab equipment you could ever dream of.

When was the last time you were called beautiful and felt it?
j.s.h.  (via solacity)

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twloha:

There’s a lot to take away from Emily Blincoe’s photo series "The Garden Collection" — the beauty of order, the many colors that surround us, the unique complexity of everything in nature … But more than anything, these images of grouped wildflowers are just very soothing and pretty to look at.

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