Microbe Collection Bacteria Bacteria Art Science Science | Etsy
"Microbe Collection" Make a statement and embrace your inner nerd with this collection of bacteria! FINE ART PRINT All artwork is original, created from my own paintings. Printed on acid-free, heavyweight, 100% cotton rag fine art paper using archival pigment inks. The lightly textured bright white matte paper coupled with rich pigment inks offers a stunningly vivid print with superior longevity. Unframed Sizes 16" x 20" and larger ship in approximately 5 business days. If you would like to…
magical contamination: mould as art by antoine bridier-nahmias
magical contamination: mould as art by antoine bridier-nahmias expresses the textural and colourful diversity of fungi, though an array of patterns.
American Friends of Tel Aviv University - www.aftau.org – Prof. Eshel Ben-Jacob
Bacteria art, and research developed by Prof. Eshel Ben-Jacob, The Maguy-Glass Professor, in Physics of Complex Systems, School of Physics and Astronomy at Tel Aviv University.
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Wash Your Hands, Kids: The Bacteria on the Handprint of an 8-Year-Old After Playing Outside (Colossal)
Wash Your Hands, Kids: The Bacteria on the Handprint of an 8-Year-Old After Playing Outside, an art post from the blog Colossal, written by Colossal on Bloglovin’
William Loveless glue paintings
Art is a form of communication, but does it have a tongue? Is it a language? Does it speak to us as literature does, with symbols and syntax? Early pictographs were a hybrid of picture and writing, and once separated into art and letters, could they ever be reconciled? If the language of art is shape and color, then it must transcend the limitations of any specific literate language. It is potentially universal in its expression while defying explicit or mundane interpretation. Its closest…
Art: Magical Contamination turns mould into art (No, really)
In a touching homage to that sad time which occurs just before payday, when you're not entirely sure if your green pesto has grown considerably in size or if, yes, that's actually mould you're popping in your pasta, Antoine Bridier-Nahmias has taken to photographing his fungus-centric creations and posting them all on a wonderfully weird blog, "Magical Contamination":http://magical-contamination.tumblr.com/.
MicrobeWorld explores the world of microbes with vivid images and descriptions. Learn about microbiology, what microbiologists do, how they do it, and current topics in the news.