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Growth and evolution - beauty in nature. These microscopic plant cells depict te. - Growth and evolution – beauty in nature. These microscopic plant cells depict texture, colour and - Macro Fotografie, Fotografia Macro, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Nature Pattern, Plants Pattern, Art Forms In Nature, Fractal Patterns, Plant Cell Images

Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells. It all comes down to patterns... texture, colour and pattern inspiration #design

1 Textile Art another incredible piece by Julie Shackson . I want itanother incredible piece by Julie Shackson . Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Visual Texture, Texture Art, Art Fibres Textiles, A Level Textiles, Creative Textiles, Textiles Techniques

Shoreline 1 Textile Art

Explore Julie Shackson's photos on Flickr. Julie Shackson has uploaded 472 photos to Flickr.

 "food saturates every cell in your body" from master chef tv. Microscopy prints would make a great, colorful, abstract series for a wall somewhere. Tree of heaven section. Natural Structures, Natural Forms, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Beautiful Patterns, Motifs Organiques, Microscopic Photography, Micro Photography, Microscopic Images

Microscopy prints would make a great, colorful, abstract series for a wall somewhere. Tree of heaven section. Microscopy. Cells. Red.

Textiles Design using laser cut leather to recreate skin cell patterns; fabric manipulation // Abigail BarnesMicrobiological Textiles Design using laser cut leather to recreate skin cell patterns; Textile Manipulation, Fabric Manipulation Techniques, Textiles Techniques, Textile Texture, Fabric Textures, Textures Patterns, Floral Patterns, Fabric Art, Fabric Design

Microbiological Textiles Design using laser cut leather to recreate skin cell patterns; fabric manipulation // Abigail Barnes

This is a plant cell. The range of sizes of circles makes it very eye catching and interesting to look at. It makes you want to look closer which makes a great image. Again this could be easily repeated and continued to create a print. Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Beautiful Patterns, Science Art, Science And Nature, Inspiration Artistique, Microscopic Photography, Micro Photography, Microscopic Images

I love the detail in this! This is a plant cell. The range of sizes of circles makes it very eye catching and interesting to look at. It makes you want to look closer which makes a great image. Again this could be easily repeated and continued to create a print.

This is a plant cell. The range of sizes of circles makes it very eye catching and interesting to look at. It makes you want to look closer which makes a great image. Again this could be easily repeated and continued to create a print. Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Beautiful Patterns, Science Art, Science And Nature, Inspiration Artistique, Microscopic Photography, Micro Photography, Microscopic Images

I love the detail in this! This is a plant cell. The range of sizes of circles makes it very eye catching and interesting to look at. It makes you want to look closer which makes a great image. Again this could be easily repeated and continued to create a print.

Cross section of the stem of a soybean seedling.dicot stem cross-section Microscopic Photography, Macro Photography, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Motifs Organiques, Photo Macro, Microscopic Images, Fotografia Macro, Things Under A Microscope

Beyond the Human Eye

I found this little insect, which is less than two millimetres long, in a bag of walnuts imported from France. It's a psocid, commonly known as a booklouse, on account of the fact that these often turn up in the bindings of old books that have been stored in a damp place. They also like wallpaper and we used to find them behind peeling damp wallpaper in our house, before we stripped it all off and redecorated, thereby making scores of booklice homeless; I suspect they feed on wallpaper…

karen margolis - 4 layers of abaca paper. holes made with soldering iron. I love the effect created with all these layers and the random arrangement of holes. It makes a very deep texture and a totally unique pattern. Motifs Organiques, Impression Textile, 3d Studio, Textiles, Art Techniques, Textures Patterns, Textile Art, Sculpture Art, Paper Sculptures

Friday Faves: Pretty Paper

Remember cutting out paper snowflakes in elementary school? These Friday Faves have elevated paper cut-outs to the ultimate artistic level. You know, school supplies are on sale right now.. let t…

Karen Margolis, 8 layers of maps + watercolor. Texture and depth Poster Design, Art Graphique, Kirigami, Art Plastique, Map Art, Art Techniques, Paper Cutting, Cut Paper, Textures Patterns

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Laser cut leather with intricate patterns inspiredly reptile skin; textiles design // Daniela EvansLaser cut leather with intricate patterns inspiredly reptile skin; Texture Design, Texture Art, Motifs Organiques, Laser Cut Fabric, A Level Textiles, Reptile Skin, Fashion Design Portfolio, Laser Cut Leather, Textiles Techniques

monumental - ArtsThread

The inspiration for this collection comes from reptiles and insects; their skin, markings and movement. The pieces are intended for stage/costume purposes and fashion editorial accessories.

Pteridium aquilinum (Dennstaedtiaceae) image 41388 at PhytoImages. Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Microscopic Photography, Micro Photography, Microscopic Images, Plant Cell, Macro And Micro, Creative Textiles

Pteridium aquilinum (Dennstaedtiaceae) image 41388 at PhytoImages.siu.edu

Pteridium aquilinum Dennstaedtiaceae image

This is a cross section of the stem of the plant commonly known as goosegrass or sticky Jack and more scientifically as Galium aparine. Beyond the Human Eye: Sticky Jack Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Geometric Patterns, Plant Cell, Plant Stem, Micro Photography, Nature Photography, Microscopic Photography, Microscopic Images

Sticky Jack

This is a cross section of the stem of the plant commonly known as goosegrass or sticky Jack and more scientifically as Galium aparine. Sticky Jack is a very common weed that scrambles up through other vegetation using its covering of hooked hairs on the stem and leaves and which sticks to clothing with these when kids throw handfuls of the stuff at each other. This image was produced using fluorescence microscopy, staining the cells with compounds that bind to the cell walls and fluoresce…