Edible anatomy from the Conjurer’s Kitchen
A few of nature’s most transparent animals. Check out this gallery by National Geographic to see the rest.
Felt specimens from Hiné Mizushima’s Unnatural History Museum.
Modern science meets traditional craft in these art quilts by Betty Busby available in her Etsy store. Click on the images to see what each quilt represents.
Illustrator Annika Bäckström’s predictions are as beautiful as they are bleak.
Josep Sumalla i Jordana explores scientific concepts like photosynthesis and string theory with his photography.
Flora & fauna by Lara Cobden
Biologically inspired work by Shoshanah Dubiner
Aaron Ansarov photographs Portuguese man-of-war by placing them on a makeshift light table to capture their translucence. He then mirrors them in Photoshop, resulting in something he describes as “nature’s Rorschach test”.
Artist Katie Scott uses the conventions of vintage scientific illustration to create a taxonomy of her own imagination. You can follow her latest creations on Tumblr.
Some of the fascinating marine life from the Alaskan & Arctic regions that can be seen in the NOAA Photo Library’s collection on Flickr.
Amoeba jewelry by Jennifer James available in her Metalfreak Etsy store.
Peek-a-boo! Some froggy fun from Sasi - smit.
Macro photographer Wil Mijer appears to have captured some kind of frog dreamland.
Botanical beauties from Andrew Zuckerman’s Flower book.
My Zazzle and CafePress shops featuring Thinx-inspired designs on mugs, shirts, bags, pillows and more
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