Acclaimed writer and lepidoptera curator Vladimir Nabokov envisioned the Polyommatus blue butterflies coming to the New World from Asia over millions of years in a series of waves. Now, his theory is vindicated.
Abstraction of Destruction, a show of J. Henry Fair’s aerial photographs at Gerald Peters Gallery. This is “Lightning Rods”” (2009), depicting a holding tank at an oil sands facility in Alberta, Canada.
Pick your white and color the polar bears in a whole white world! The Polar Bears coloring book from Toronto Zoo. 20 pages to color and 5 crayons (snowball white, polar white, frost white, igloo white and the popular Arctic white).
Imagine a Tree House. In the middle of a city. Marco Mucig's trailer for Chérie's Tree House, Milan's tradeshow of emerging designers - a dark, romantic fairytale to encourage the realization of fantasies.
National Geographic has made a list of the Ten Weirdest New Animals of 2010. This unidentified purple octopus is one of 11 potentially new species found during a July deep-sea expedition off Canada's Atlantic coast.