Monthly Archives: July 2015

Home Stage, by David Perkins

I stumbled upon this amazing work from the photographer David Perkins, who represents dancers in their home environment. http://www.davidperkinsphotography.com/home-stage/ It combines the mystical world of dancers and the beauty of the photography. Here is the link to his blog and … Continue reading

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Alena Tkach’s Little Big Adventure

I redrew this detail fromĀ Alena Tkach’s work, theĀ Little Big Adventures Of A Cat Lost In The Woods. The story is about a cat who gets lost in the forest. He makes cute little friends like him and finally finds his … Continue reading

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10 things Shakespeare has taught us

Originally posted on The Ring Lady :
Courtesy of ‘Whatarewefightingfor Fox’

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The art of pacemaking

The anatomically correct modelling of a heartbeat created by a supercomputer: (video from supercomputational life science YouTube channel

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