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Tag: entomology

Check this out. Cyborg creepy crawlies: Machine and entomological or arachnid forms merged as intricate art pieces.

This is breathtaking in a steam punk kind of way…

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“Using the bodies of tarantulas, crabs, winged insects, and more, she adds gears, springs, and other mechanics to their fragile forms.”

By Gaby Wormann, text and h/t via My Modern Met.

Microscopic view of butterfly and moth wings. So insanely beautiful.

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By Linden Gledhill, via Colossal

These insects might look lifelike but they’re made out of thread, not made out of cells.

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By Claire Moynihan, via Colossal.

Wow… Vintage anatomical plus vintage biodiversity art forms make for a gorgeous combination.

Wow…

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By Travis Bedal, via Visual News

Surreal biodiversity inspired images by Redmer Hoekstra

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By Redmer Hoekstra, via Colossal.

Entomology via bent objects

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By Terry Border, via Sweet Station.

Mechanical bug blueprints that you can geek out to.

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By Márton Borzák, via Thinx

Beautiful re-use of vintage fabric and materials towards biodiversity forms.

These are seriously gorgeous…

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By Mister Finch, via Colossal.

Painted ants on ceramic kitchen ware. Not sure if this would be a popular choice for a wedding registry.

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By Evelyn Bracklow of La Philie. Via Colossal.

These intricate insect drawings are mesmerizing to the eye.

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By Alex Konahin, via Colossal.

Wow. These paper cut sculptures are pure biodiversity themed wonder.

In a word: whoa…

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By Elsa Mora, via Colossal.

That’s a lot of big numbers to make a single jar of honey.

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By Heather Diane Hardison, via IFLS

Children’s hospital uses biodiversity to whimsical and playful effect

In case, you were wondering: the Boulogne (France) hospital is called the Giraffe Childcare Center.

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Designed by Hondelatte Laporte Architecte. Via My Modern Met.

Amazing science-y papercraft creations by @lobulo

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By Lobulo, via Colossal

David Rogers’ big big bug sculptures.

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By David Rogers, via Notcot.org

Dragonfly robot that takes biomimicry to the fullest #whoa

By Festo, via Colossal

Leaves falling, as seen from the ant’s point of view #art

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By Kaarina Kaikkonen, via My Modern Met.

Creature art on top of antique celestial maps

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By Louise McNaught, via Visual News

Teeny Tiny Insect Photo Booth Strips

By Laura Park, via Drawn.ca.

I’ve got to get myself a pocket mosquito bar.

Published in The Atlantic Monthly, 1884. Via Futility Closet.

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