English artist Chris Wood creates glass wall-panels that showcase maze-like structures that give the illusion of depth and brilliance through the glass’ interaction with natural and artificial light sources. The artist’s usage of small, reflective, dichroic (meaning “two color”) pieces of glass lets her easily create complex patterns of light and shade; the colors and textures that derive from these structures change in accordance to the position of the viewer and the angle of the light source, making her work an ever-changing, almost magical and intriguing phenomenon. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
While travelling across Europe, a Romanian host of mine had a cat too beautiful not to share. This is Teemo
Untitled 1, Garden - by Mike Perry
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center - View of the Earth on September 21, 2005 with the full Antarctic region visible.
What is your goal in life?
Saturn floats. Our Country and Its Resources. 1917.
"Saturn, the lightest of the planets in proportion to its size, would float in water (if there were an ocean big enough to hold it!)"