This chart has an interesting psychological perspective on certain negative attitudes and behaviors that student may exhibit. It is a good idea to…

This chart has an interesting psychological perspective on certain negative attitudes and behaviors that student may exhibit.

Min Jeong Seo - To Live On, 2005    http://seo-minjeong.de/

Min Jeong Seo: To Live On Existential questions concerning the offset of death and the continuation of life abound in this installation by Korean artist Min Jeong Seo. Composed of the dried stalks of.

[ MIA - YSBRYDOLIAETH?] John Lewis installation by Chameleon Visual Limited

John Lewis installation by Chameleon Visual Limited. looks like umbrellas covered in fabric to make jellyfish.

Simple play in exhibition space.

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This artist really does get under your skin making amazing art from anatomical cross-sections of the human body. Lisa Nilsson¿s Tissue Series, depicts anatomical cross sections, created from rolled PAPER. Lisas studio in an old laundry room and she actually makes boxes to contain her work made out of cherry wood and old glass, she covers the outside in Japanese silk book cloth.

Body tissue is a work of art

Lisa Nilsson - Female Torso, x x " Piece is made of Japanese mulberry paper and the gilded edges of old books using technique of rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper called quilling or paper filigree.

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Frankenstein Infographic | Course Hero

Before Victor Frankenstein with Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy comes out, refresh your memory of the book with this infographic!

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Specimen by Maggie Leininger. textiles inspired by petri dish colonies, chromosomes, and human cells.

Focus Lighting designed lighting for the newly opened Science Storms exhibition in the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago/USA.

Focus Lighting designed lighting for the newly opened Science Storms exhibition in the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago/USA. -- lighting design with what looks like glass or water?

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