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“Glossary of Architectural Terms”
He is 28 years old, graphic and user interface designer, student at Istanbul Bilgi University, Visual Communication Design Department. He is living in Istanbul/Turkey.
Here’s some pictures from the Ghetto Cross show last night. Bradford opened up doing Atlas Sound songs (one of them with Lockett of Lotus Plaza,) Cole did some of his solo Old King Cole tracks, Dunes from LA played a set, then finally Ghetto Cross played their first show ever. It was pretty epic.
Photos of various alcoholic drinks as seen under a microscope
1. Vodka tonic
3. Plain vodka
4. Irish stout
5. White Russian
6. Pina colada
7. Rose wine
10. Dry martini
The drinks were allowed to dry on a microscopic slide, and afterwards natural light was shined onto it and an extreme close-up shot was taken with a 35mm camera. No color enhancement required.
A great new street artist is making a splash in Malaysia this month. Painter Ernest Zacharevic created four new works where his painted figures of mischievous children are seen interacting with their physical surroundings: an old bicycle, a motorcycle, or even windows on the side of a building. His most popular piece of two small children on a large bicycle has become a major destination in the city with dozens of people stopping to take creative photos. (via thisiscolossal)
10 Of The Year’s Most Amazing Science Photos
"The Wellcome Collection announced the winners of its 12th annual image awards, recognizing the “most informative, striking and technically excellent” pictures from the collection’s recent acquisitions."
Find out more about the Wellcome Image Awards, visit wellcomeimageawards.org
“George Willis Ritchey (1864-1945) was the prophet and builder of the first large American reflecting telescopes and a master of celestial photography. The largest telescopes in activity clearly demonstrate the validity of many of Ritchey’s predictions, which seemed fantastic if not impossible to most of the astronomers of his day.”