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posted 1 month ago (by: rodluff)

rodluff:

This painting is going to Berlin, Germany for “LAX/TXL” an exhibition hosted by Thinkspace Gallery. It’s part of the opening process of a brand new museum, “Urban Nation” featuring New Contemporary art. The museum will have window murals by Joao Ruas, Glenn Barr, Nosego and more, with the 5 story building facade painted by Dabs Myla.

"LAX/TXL" will be situated in a temporary exhibition space opposite this museum making it a killer double punch combo of artness opening May 17th and closing July.

Please see http://www.rodluff.com for more of my work.

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posted 1 month ago (by: glove-pink)
glove-pink:

wednesday sketching !

glove-pink:

wednesday sketching !

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posted 1 month ago (by: noelbadgespugh)
noelbadgespugh:

rosy ink

noelbadgespugh:

rosy ink

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posted 1 month ago (by: artforadults)
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posted 1 month ago (by: exhibition-ism)

exhibition-ism:

Aakash Nihalani's new solo exhibition at Wunderkammern in Rome. 

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posted 1 month ago (by: rosewong)
rosewong:

Playing around with color on Photoshop~

rosewong:

Playing around with color on Photoshop~

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posted 1 month ago (by: sfmoma)
mainart:

sfmoma: Collage (Torn Cardboards 65x50 cms), 2014 Ibon Mainar

mainart:

sfmoma: Collage (Torn Cardboards 65x50 cms), 2014 Ibon Mainar

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posted 1 month ago (by: bpod-mrc)
bpod-mrc:

23 March 2014
Competitive Bugs
It’s a tough life being an E. coli bacterium. Not only do you have to grow and multiply, but there’s all those other millions of bacteria to compete with. But there’s one sure-fire way to beat the competition – evolution. All it takes is a change in an individual bug’s DNA that gives it a competitive edge over the others, for example by multiplying a bit faster. These coloured blobs are representations of ‘families’, or clones, growing from two different types of individual bacteria (shown as blue and yellow) as they colonise the gut of a mouse. The thin point on the left side of each blob is the founder bacterium, and the shapes grow and shrink as the fortunes of each clone wax and wane. By studying how populations of bacteria in the gut change over time, researchers are getting a handle on the complex processes that drive evolution.
Written by Kat Arney
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Image courtesy of João Barroso-Batista, Ana Sousa, Isabel Gordo and colleaguesInstituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, PortugalOriginally published under a Creative Commons Licence (BY 4.0)Research published in PLOS Genetics, March 2014
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bpod-mrc:

23 March 2014

Competitive Bugs

It’s a tough life being an E. coli bacterium. Not only do you have to grow and multiply, but there’s all those other millions of bacteria to compete with. But there’s one sure-fire way to beat the competition – evolution. All it takes is a change in an individual bug’s DNA that gives it a competitive edge over the others, for example by multiplying a bit faster. These coloured blobs are representations of ‘families’, or clones, growing from two different types of individual bacteria (shown as blue and yellow) as they colonise the gut of a mouse. The thin point on the left side of each blob is the founder bacterium, and the shapes grow and shrink as the fortunes of each clone wax and wane. By studying how populations of bacteria in the gut change over time, researchers are getting a handle on the complex processes that drive evolution.

Written by Kat Arney

Image courtesy of João Barroso-Batista, Ana Sousa, Isabel Gordo and colleagues
Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Portugal
Originally published under a Creative Commons Licence (BY 4.0)
Research published in PLOS Genetics, March 2014

You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook

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posted 1 month ago (by: bouffantsandbrokenhearts)
bouffantsandbrokenhearts:

Geranium Print. 

bouffantsandbrokenhearts:

Geranium Print. 

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posted 1 month ago (by: septagonstudios)
septagonstudios:

Chia-Chi Yu

septagonstudios:

Chia-Chi Yu

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posted 1 month ago (by: bouffantsandbrokenhearts)
bouffantsandbrokenhearts:

Modern Art Face II.

bouffantsandbrokenhearts:

Modern Art Face II.

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posted 1 month ago (by: noelbadgespugh)
noelbadgespugh:

rose & shell ink

noelbadgespugh:

rose & shell ink

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posted 1 month ago (by: giuseppecristiano)
giuseppecristiano:

http://giuseppecristiano.tumblr.com/
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posted 1 month ago (by: madelenfoss)
madelenfoss:

'Moon Princess' by Madelen Foss

madelenfoss:

'Moon Princess' by Madelen Foss

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posted 1 month ago (by: mini-q)

mini-q:

Nice “Close” cover. Thank you Esther.