Inspired by the animals and the sea creatures which were discovered by the famous German biologist Ernst Haeckel in the late 1800's, Lazerian’s latest in jewelry has indeed integrated the same quasi-organic form into his bangles.
Princeton University has announced the winners of the 2009 Art of Science competition. First place this year was awarded to Celeste M. Nelson for this gorgeous, bright field micrograph of squid embryos.
A star-shaped mushroom, called the ‘Devil’s Cigar’ (Chorioactis geaster) is one of the worlds rarest fungi. This fungi had been detected only in central Texas, two remote locations in Japan, and most recently in the mountains of Nara.
Here is a little something from wanderingspace.net for your iPhone. 19 of the major bodies of the solar system to swap out that tired of image of Earth that came with the phone when you bought it. Free to download.
Your eyes are not playing tricks on you, This is the Diesel D24160 watch! A Frankenstein timepiece cross-breeding two entirely different watches into one. Love the half leather strap, half metal strap.
14tracks experimenting with bowed strings. The delicate vibrations and friction created between the strings and the hairs on the bow allow for intriguing physical manipulation with often unexpected results. Now available for purchase.
Novelist Koji Suzuki (author of 'The Ring' has chosen to print his novel called "Drop" on toilet paper. The thing is seriously being marketed as “Japan’s creepiest toilet paper” It seems his publishing house was really itching for a new marketing idea.
James Craig takes beautiful black and white landscape photographs. He is clearly a master in the art of black and white photography, and knows how to use nature's textures to create his unique works of art.
Charles Simonds (New York, 1945) creates little fragile worlds out of clay. The focal point of his artistic activity lies in the research of archaic civilizations. Simonds explains that these creations belong to "little people" as he calls them.
May 10, 2009: The Hubble community bids farewell to the soon-to-be decommissioned Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 onboard the Hubble Space Telescope. In tribute to Hubble's longest-running optical camera, this is WFPC2's final "pretty picture."
On an artistic level, Lani Imre's lifestyle visually unfolds as a sexually appealing fantasy world depicting elements of the natural world as well as exuding stylistic features of media and urban culture.
Adam's Lowe's illustration plays with and within the rarefied space that is fashions stylistic trump card, working the push/pull friction of surface and depth, control and impulse, line and shape, romance and sex.
But it's not just her tail that's curly. Elizabeth is a queen of her species - a rare Austrian Mangalitza Gilt - and one of only a handful to thrive in Britain. This is the real deal, no photoshop involved!
Katie Sokoler cut out human forms from black paper and taped them onto the walls and sidewalks all around Brooklyn. She then waited for people to walk by and took a picture at the exact moment they matched up with the shadow.
Above pic is of the ocean currents in the Bahamas that made a sand-and-seaweed sculpture n much the same way that winds create sand dunes in the Sahara. View NASA's best pics of earth gallery on the National Geographic site.
The Coca-Cola Refresh Recycling Bin is a new twist on the traditional recycling container. Made entirely from post-consumer recycled PET soda and water bottles, it showcases the exceptional design potential of recycled plastic.
The $1.5 million Peacock dress unveiled at the wedding expo held in Nanjing, capital of east China’s Jiangsu Province. The wedding dress decorated with 2,009 pieces of peacock feathers took eight handicraftsmen two months to finish.
Kenwood's luxury loudspeakers are all about sophisticated technology and an elegant design. If I was to make a list of the sexiest speakers around, the Squeezophone 360° would be definitely in the top order.
This tree house looks like something out of War of the Worlds. Baumraum architects constructed this detached treehouse, which is one of the main attractions, in the World of Living–park in Rheinau-Linx, Germany