Falling into the Day is an ongoing project about David Blackburn, an accomplished artist living with Alzheimer’s disease. For the last 5 years, Christopher Nunn has been photographing David in his home, his studio, and subsequently the care home where he now lives.
The photos reveal the subtle ways in which the condition can manifest itself - a note with instructions on how to open and lock the door, a forgotten and misplaced lightbulb, and a long dead plant left in the vase. It’s quite heartbreaking.
Great set of images, deeply human and touching.
ok but seriously my favourite prehistoric animal is definitely andrewsarchus
THEIR JAW WAS A METER LONG
LOOK AT THAT SIZE COMPARISON
BUT THAT’S NOT THE BEST BIT
YOU SEE THEIR CLOSEST LIVING RELATIVES AREN’T BEARS
THEIR CLOSEST LIVING RELATIVES
German photographer Michel Lamoller created these fascinating collages that seem to show people melting into the landscape behind them.
Michel achieved the effect by layering multiple photos of the same location at different times. Check out the entire series below!
via Design Taxi
Hey, remember that time Hank asked someone who’s blog he came across on the internet to give him a filmed guided tour of the zoological museum at the University of Montana, and she was so enthusiastic and great that she was offered her own show, and now she’s been offered ‘Chief Curiosity Correspondent’ at the field museum and she’s a VidCon and my god look how far she’s come! You go, Emily Graslie!
you know you’re a fucking nerd when you’re drooling over IBM mainframe specs at 11 in the evening
5.5-6ghz chips and up to 120 of them, 3tb ram okay i want one please and someone to pay the power bill
edit: comp would be faster than the internet, lulz
What the ever living fuck would you need 3 tb of ram for
Probably hosting the universe
b.e.fitzgerald (Art is a Facebook status about your winter break.)
is anybody in the world good at judging how much spaghetti to cook.