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Jenga #heisenberg

Jenga #heisenberg

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runningwithpaper:

Now you’re thinking with Portals!

runningwithpaper:

Now you’re thinking with Portals!

pricebullington:

James Roper

pricebullington:

James Roper

sketchchump:

A very rushed LADY KNIGHT! Lady knight is a challenge created by dogbomber. I GOT: Weapon: Mace/club Build: Bulky. Personality: Evil. Culture: Celtic. Animal: Bear.

sketchchump:

A very rushed LADY KNIGHT! Lady knight is a challenge created by dogbomber. I GOT: Weapon: Mace/club Build: Bulky. Personality: Evil. Culture: Celtic. Animal: Bear.

h4ilstorm:

Cuba and the Bahamas (NASA, International Space Station, 12/23/13) (by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)

h4ilstorm:

Cuba and the Bahamas (NASA, International Space Station, 12/23/13) (by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)

wakeupmrsingh:


Nokia Snake

wakeupmrsingh:

Nokia Snake

aqqindex:


Jesse Jacobs, from Safari Honeymoon

aqqindex:

Jesse Jacobs, from Safari Honeymoon

magictransistor:

शनि ग्रह

brightestofcentaurus:

NGC 3293
NGC 3293 is an open star cluster located about 8,000 light years away towards the constellation Carina. It contains almost 50 stars. The younger, blue stars likely formed around 6 million years ago, while older redder stars formed about 20 million years ago, still young by our Sun’s 4.6 billion year old age.
The stars in open clusters usually form about the same time, from the same molecular cloud of material, and thus have similar compositions. This allows astronomers to examine questions of stellar evolution. The cluster is held together by the gravity of the stars, which is not enough to hold it together through other gravitational interactions. Eventually, the cluster dissipates, usually lasting only a few hundred million years.
Image from ESO, information from ESO and NASA.

brightestofcentaurus:

NGC 3293

NGC 3293 is an open star cluster located about 8,000 light years away towards the constellation Carina. It contains almost 50 stars. The younger, blue stars likely formed around 6 million years ago, while older redder stars formed about 20 million years ago, still young by our Sun’s 4.6 billion year old age.

The stars in open clusters usually form about the same time, from the same molecular cloud of material, and thus have similar compositions. This allows astronomers to examine questions of stellar evolution. The cluster is held together by the gravity of the stars, which is not enough to hold it together through other gravitational interactions. Eventually, the cluster dissipates, usually lasting only a few hundred million years.

Image from ESO, information from ESO and NASA.

asylum-art:

Erica Elan Ciganek

on  Facebook,Flickr, Saatchi Art

Erica Elan Ciganek is a graduate of North Park University where she majored in both Art and Conflict Transformation (Class of ’13). She took her first painting class senior year of high school, and has, with great interest, participated as this passion grew. She works mainly in the medium of oil paint, but is simultaneously interested in film photography, music, and drawing.

  1. Chantal Acrylic on Board 8X8
  2. Just One , Oil paint on wood panel approximately 8in X 8in
  3. Laura Charcoal on Paper
  4. Untitled Oil Painting on wood board. Approximately 6X11
  5. Leslie II Oil Paint on MDF 2’X3’
  6. Befitting,Oil painting on Baltic Birch Plywood, 40”X30”
  7. Grow, Oil paint on MDF 2’X3
  8. Laura, Oil paint on woodblock about 4X5.5
ashmackenzie:

My Tor piece is out today! You can read Friends ‘Til the End by Bethany Neal HERE. This is the first time I’ve done a 100% digital illustration, I couldn’t get that slightly-transparent ghostliness with my usual methods but it’s always exciting when I’m able to try something new for a job. Thanks so much to AD Irene Gallo!
PRINTS

ashmackenzie:

My Tor piece is out today! You can read Friends ‘Til the End by Bethany Neal HERE. This is the first time I’ve done a 100% digital illustration, I couldn’t get that slightly-transparent ghostliness with my usual methods but it’s always exciting when I’m able to try something new for a job. Thanks so much to AD Irene Gallo!

PRINTS