Some of the fascinating marine life from the Alaskan & Arctic regions that can be seen in the NOAA Photo Library’s collection on Flickr.
Digitally enhanced macro photography by Stefanie Jasper. You can follow her work here on Tumblr.
Stunning auroras captured by Babak Tafreshi
Discover the stars with photographer Jack Fusco.
Imagined fractal sea creatures by digital artist ~lordsong
The design for the La Trobe University Institute for Molecular Science building by Lyons Architects is meant to echo the structure of the molecules that will be studied inside it.
You may have seen MRK’s amazing videos, but did you know that you can buy prints of his digital creations?
Moonlight Magic I & II by Alexandra Fomicheva
Some of the 101 new species of beetles recently discovered in the tropical rainforest of New Guinea. Photos by Alexander Riedel.
Some of Smithsonian Photo Contest’s Natural World 2012 finalists. Voting ends today for the Reader’s Choice winner, so head over now if you want to vote for one of these photos, or any of the other worthy finalists.
You can find everything from amoebas to E. Colli in these petri dishes from the Tommystinythings Etsy store.
In 1939 Frank R.Paul tried to imagine what life on other planets might look like. Given the limited information we had of each place, his imagination was free to fill in a lot of gaps.
These bags from my Periodic Dinner Table collection will hold all the elements you need for a good dinner. You can find them in my Thinx Shop.
Born of Sound transforms your recorded sound into art.
(Via Jad Abumrad)
Lifelike models of marine life by German glass artists Leopold Blaschka (1822– 1895) and his son Rudolf Blaschka (1857–1939).
My Zazzle and CafePress shops featuring Thinx-inspired designs on mugs, shirts, bags, pillows and more
Find some of the artwork, books, and other products featured on this blog at my Amazon store
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