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. 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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