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.
The Code X is a high speed yacht that uses both Twin 710hp Ilmor engines or twin electric/solar drives. Its daringly minimalist and mean origami-meets-Tie-fighter look matches its avant garde styling with equally cutting edge technology.
In this series of totems actual lost things are represented (keys, shoes, jobs, friendships, etc). Each paper totem takes the form of a cube, providing an easy way by which to stack them so as to best suit your preference…
A great photo project that uses a pair of photos each week to portray the striking differences and the unexpected similarities between rural life in Leavenworth, Kansas and urban life in Chicago, Illinois.
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.