Monthly Archives: March 2015

Poem of the Day: La Pioggia nel Pineto (The Rain in the Pine Wood) by Gabriele d’Annunzio

Hush. On the threshold of the forest I do not hear words you call human, but I hear newer words spoken by droplets and leaves far away. Listen. It rains from the scattered clouds. rains on the tamarisks brackish and … Continue reading

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Seascapes by Ray Collins

Seascapes is a powerful photo series (recently turned into a book) by Ray Collins, in which we can stare fleeting moments of sea captured and freezed in time. “Having only bought his first camera in 2007 to shoot his friends … Continue reading

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Maki Hino and her Paper Dolls

 I’m staring out the world (2014) Maki Hino is a greatly talented artist from Japan. She started making all-jointed dolls under Simon Yotsuya at ‘Ecole de Simon’, after few years she learned to make dolls under Ryo Yoshida at ‘Pygmalion’. … Continue reading

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Forests, Lanterns and Spirits by Yanadhyana

Mistress of the Night Yanadhyana is a talented artist from Russia, she astounded us with her Deck of Cards and these are her new gorgeous artworks. Deviantart Falcon The Cold Star Parcel for Fox The Winter’s Tale Garden Sculpture Star Wolves Golden Pollen In the Branches Spirit … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Mordred’s Lullaby by Heather Dale

This song is performed by Heather Dale and appears on the album The Trial Of Lancelot (2000). Mordred LeFay is the son of King Arthur and his half-sister Morgause (Morgan le Fay). From cradle his mother teaches him that his father … Continue reading

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Dexter, Leela and Superheroes by Sakimi chan (pt. 6)

Dexter’s Lab Sakimi chan is a digital artist based in Canada, she amazed us with her Gender Bender series in which portrays some of the most famous characters in Disney world(and not) in a gender bender version. These are her … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women in Science With Rachel Ignotofsky

Rachel Ignotofsky is an illustrator and designer living in KC with two passions: science and art. This series of drawings is the combination of her passions in a celebration of groundbreaking and often unheralded women in science. “I wanted to do my part … Continue reading

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Atsushi Koyama in METAMACHINE

Abandoned Audio & Frantic Gallery present METAMACHINE, a collaborative project at the border of visual art and electronic music. Participating Artists: Aepiel, Atsushi Koyama, Dawn Before Silence, Doyeq, Echoton, Lenta, Macoto Murayama, Pachyderme What exactly is METAMACHINE? The metaphor comes … Continue reading

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An Animated Chart of 42 North American Butterflies by Eleanor Lutz

From all butterflies species that you can find throughout North America, for her animated chart, Seattle-based designer Eleanor Lutz picked these 42 that she thought were the most colorful and unique. “I checked out six butterfly field guides from the … Continue reading

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Amazing Photos of Saturn’s Rings by NASA Cassini, Gordon Ugarkovic

Credit: NASA Cassini, Gordon Ugarkovic Cassini completed its initial four-year mission to explore the Saturn System in June 2008 and the first extended mission, called the Cassini Equinox Mission, in September 2010. Now, the healthy spacecraft is seeking to make … Continue reading

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