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ianbrooks:

Litter Bugs by Mark Oliver

This series of urban entomology explores the Arthropod sub-species of the Insecta class: bugs that have developed the adaptive ability to camouflage themselves in their environment so effectively that they render themselves nearly invisible. One man’s trash is another species’ ecosystem.

Artist: Flickr / Behance / Website

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staceythinx:

Volcanoes and meteors are some of the recent subjects stitched together by embroidery artist Ankie Vytopil.

superawesomeshop:

This is as far as I got, Sometimes and You and I, mixed media by Catherine Mellinger

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The Daily Dish – Klari Reis’s 365 hand painted petri dishes, best thing since Michele Banks’s biological watercolors

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sloaneohno:

Antonio Turok

sloaneohno:

Antonio Turok

ianbrooks:

Litter Bugs by Mark Oliver

This series of urban entomology explores the Arthropod sub-species of the Insecta class: bugs that have developed the adaptive ability to camouflage themselves in their environment so effectively that they render themselves nearly invisible. One man’s trash is another species’ ecosystem.

Artist: Flickr / Behance / Website

(via staceythinx)

staceythinx:

Volcanoes and meteors are some of the recent subjects stitched together by embroidery artist Ankie Vytopil.

superawesomeshop:

This is as far as I got, Sometimes and You and I, mixed media by Catherine Mellinger

(Source: sosuperawesome)

greyfaced:

Philippe Pasqua

greyfaced:

Philippe Pasqua

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explore-blog:

The Daily Dish – Klari Reis’s 365 hand painted petri dishes, best thing since Michele Banks’s biological watercolors

(Source: roomthily, via staceythinx)

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