Back to Light is a creatively scientific series by photographer Caleb Charland that explores the naturally electrifying power of ordinary objects like fruits and loose change. The images in the series features a number of…
Information artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg recreates faces of people by extracting genetic information from found objects in the street for her experimental project titled Stranger Visions. Using saliva traced from a piece of gum on the floor or a discarded cigarette butt, not to mention loose hairs that can wind up just about anywhere, the artist and a team of biologists…
There are few true pioneers throughout history that have changed the world and inspired so many as the late great astronaut Neil Armstrong. He has had an immense impact on the entire population of the world with his admirable career that urges anyone who dares to dream to find the confidence in making their far-fetched dreams come true. Armstrong, who recently passed at the age of 82, is…
Air traffic routes between North America and Europe
It is absolutely astonishing that our world has reached a population exceeding 7 billion, as of this past Sunday. With so many people occupying our world over many centuries, and with the number steadily growing, we're all bound to have had a significant impact on the planet. Luckily, Canadian scientist Felix Pharand-Deschenes has created visuals of our planet equipped with… Continue
Japanese artist Iori Tomita transforms the scientific technique of preserving and dying organisms into an art form with this series entitled New World Transparent Specimens. The images give us an breathtaking look at the inner workings of underwater life.
The process Tomita goes through is extremely extensive. First, he removes the scales and skin that have been preserved in… Continue
If you are a science nut, like I am, you absolutely owe it to yourself to go to Florence Italy and spend a day walking around in the Museo Galileo. Just around the corner from the famous Uffizi Gallery, this little museum is filled with the most incredible scientific instruments of the Renaissance. Even if you aren't a science nut, it is impossible to ignore the… Continue
Christopher Conte chose to be an artist after having worked for 16 years as a certified prosthetist. Bronze and carbon fiber, aero space- and medical materials are some of the materials he uses in his art. These pieces are made with skill, patience and preciseness.
This new career path proves to be very successful. In 2007 He began offering his unique art pieces. Only a year later his work had already been shown at the National Museum in… Continue
The transportation program at the Art Center College of Design has produced legendary car designers, including BMW chief of design Chris Bangle and Henrik Fisker, the creator of the Fisker Karma electric supercar. But this year, after professor Bumsuk Lim’s inaugural motorcycle-design class, the buzz is all about bikes, especially Jake Loniak’s exoskeleton motorcycle concept Deus Ex… Continue
Egypt is one of the most fascinating civilizations, in large part because of the great mummies that have been discovered there in modern times.
Mummies 3D: Secrets of the Pharaohs takes you back thousands of years to the wonders of ancient Egypt, a real-life Indiana Jones adventure complete with thieves and hidden treasure, and a modern day scientific journey to extract clues about our past. The film covers topics of grand proportions,… Continue
Added by Eugene on June 18, 2008 at 12:00pm —