Crew of petis

wolverxne:

Summer Solstice | by: { Marsel van Oosten }
Aug 31

wolverxne:

Summer Solstice | by: {  }

(Source: WOLVERXNE, via thepredatorblog)

Aug 26

Louise Zhang (born 1991) is a Sydney-based artist whose work starts with the most basic unit of construction: the amorphous, inchoate ‘blob.’

(Source: cross-connect)

cthulhu-hand-luke:

Giorgio Comolo; Galactus & Silver Surfer
Aug 25

cthulhu-hand-luke:

Giorgio Comolo; Galactus & Silver Surfer

(via mattfractionblog)

billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014) (Sketch: Alfred R. Waud, 1861)
Aug 25

billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014) (Sketch: Alfred R. Waud, 1861)

(via 2headedsnake)

Aug 23

brianmichaelbendis:

Frank Quitely ~ Bite Club #s 1-6

(Source: ungoliantschilde)

Aug 23

brianmichaelbendis:

"Robocop Vs. Terminator", by Frank Miller and Walt Simonson.

(Source: ungoliantschilde)

vividhdphotography:

sweetmerenwen: Kris Kuksi
Aug 22

vividhdphotography:

sweetmerenwenKris Kuksi

(via ex0skeletal)

Aug 22

Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra: Einleitung (via 2001: A Space Odyssey: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

“The sun rises. The individual enters the world or the world enters the individual.”

-Strauss, describing the opening section of Also Sprach Zarathustra (1896)

(Source: oldhollywood, via radio--free)

Aug 22

cross-connect:

Anna Gillespie born in Surrey in 1964 is a Bristol based artist producing drawings and representational figurative sculpture using contemporary disposable materials and bronze.

She studied philosophy, politics, economics at Wadham College, Oxford and then International Relations at the London School of Economics. In 1988 Anna returned to sculpture, taking a City and Guilds in Stone Masonry and Carving in Bath before going to the Centro d’Arte, Verrocchio, Italy to work as studio assistant to sculptor, Nigel Konstam. Anna then completed an MA in Fine and Media Arts in Cheltenham. Anna now lives and works in Bath and is represented by the Beaux Arts galleries in Bath and London.

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medresearch:

Scientists Create a 3-D Model That Mimics Brain Function
For the first time, bioengineers have produced a kind of rudimentary “brain in a dish.” The 3-D model could eventually lead to new ways of studying disease, injury, and treatment.
The research, led by David Kaplan, the chairman of the bioengineering department at Tufts University, and published Monday in the journal PNAS, is the latest example of biomedical engineering being used to make realistic models of organs such as the heart, lungs and liver.
Brain models have been mostly two-dimensional or made with a three-dimensional gel, said Rosemarie Hunziker, program director of tissue engineering and biomaterial at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, which funded Dr. Kaplan’s research.
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Aug 22

medresearch:

Scientists Create a 3-D Model That Mimics Brain Function

For the first time, bioengineers have produced a kind of rudimentary “brain in a dish.” The 3-D model could eventually lead to new ways of studying disease, injury, and treatment.

The research, led by David Kaplan, the chairman of the bioengineering department at Tufts University, and published Monday in the journal PNAS, is the latest example of biomedical engineering being used to make realistic models of organs such as the heart, lungs and liver.

Brain models have been mostly two-dimensional or made with a three-dimensional gel, said Rosemarie Hunziker, program director of tissue engineering and biomaterial at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, which funded Dr. Kaplan’s research.

Read more »