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glitzandgrandeur:

Multicolor Spring Cane Egg (center), Bubble Egg (left, back), Ribbon Egg (right, front) & Zanirico Egg (right, back)
Art Glass Sculpture pieces  -  Created by Paul Lockwood
Via (and available for purchase on):   Artful Home  

glitzandgrandeur:

Multicolor Spring Cane Egg (center), Bubble Egg (left, back), Ribbon Egg (right, front) & Zanirico Egg (right, back)

Art Glass Sculpture pieces  -  Created by Paul Lockwood

Via (and available for purchase on):   Artful Home  


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tamara-phillips:

This amazing artist celebrates biology through art!
His intricate sculptural work is incredibly captivating.

Mark Doolittle

http://markdoolittlestudio.com/

(Source: stained-earth, via 6stronghands)

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(Source: palavre, via mererecorder)

expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

2009 - Stone Fields / Novastructure
by Italian designer Guiseppe Randazzo

This project started from a search for a 3d-objects optimal packing algorithm over a surface, but evolved in something rather different

(Source: itscontemporary)

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fae-facade:

cave calcite

fae-facade:

cave calcite

(via jubilantstudios)

bluepueblo:

Tulip Sunset, Woodburn, Oregon
photo via gt

bluepueblo:

Tulip Sunset, Woodburn, Oregon

photo via gt

awkwardsituationist:

"the pattern of human population growth in the twentieth century was more bacterial than primate."edward. o. wilson

"we are a plague on the earth. it’s coming home to roost over the next fifty years or so. it’s not just climate change; it’s sheer space, places to grow food for this enormous horde."david attenborough

around ten thousand years ago, there were maybe five million people on earth. two thousand years ago, there were probably two hundred million. today, there are over seven billion people, and that’s almost a billion more than there were just over a decade ago. in 2009, the number of people living in urban areas surpassed the number living in rural areas.

these photos were taken by chris hadfield (on tumblr) while commander of the international space station, showing, in order, (click pic) amman, istanbul, brussels, cairo, manila, london, delhi, boston, beijing, and guadalajara.

(via gregoryt777)

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ronbeckdesigns:

Ceramic Sculptures by Jennifer McCurdy

ronbeckdesigns:

Ceramic Sculptures by Jennifer McCurdy

zooborns:

Sloth Bear Cub Get TLC 24/7 at National Zoo

A Sloth Bear cub is alive today because keepers at the Smithsonian’s National Zoodecided to hand-raise the cub.

Learn more at Zooborns.

(via allcreatures)

misshealthgeek:

A very picky chinese farmer who had a bout of genius decided that pears were boring.. tasty but very boring and uninteresting. As any modern day picasso or brilliant person does he decide to go against his mother’s words and play with his food. Setting out to create a buddha pear by encasing the young pears in molds while they’re still on the tree.As they grow they have no choice but to take the shape of the spiritual figure. Buddha pears are sold in china, but the farmer plans to spread the love worldwide. 

misshealthgeek:

A very picky chinese farmer who had a bout of genius decided that pears were boring.. tasty but very boring and uninteresting. As any modern day picasso or brilliant person does he decide to go against his mother’s words and play with his food. Setting out to create a buddha pear by encasing the young pears in molds while they’re still on the tree.As they grow they have no choice but to take the shape of the spiritual figure. Buddha pears are sold in china, but the farmer plans to spread the love worldwide. 

(Source: misshealthgeek.tumblr.com , via jubilantstudios)

splendiferoushoney:

Rainbow Seahorse by Chris Zielecki    

splendiferoushoney:

Rainbow Seahorse by Chris Zielecki    

(Source: Flickr / zanthia, via something-everything-nothing)

88floors:

Escher inspired wooden floor tiles

88floors:

Escher inspired wooden floor tiles

(via joehasa)