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Tag: biodiversity

This is so awesome: Cross-stitched microbiology

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By Alicia Watkins, via Colossal (h/t to Ben Cohen)

Whoa… LIFE SIZE elephant origami.

Next step?  Dinosaurs?

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By Sipho Mabona, photos by Philipp Schmidli, via Colossal

Stunning portrait of Darwin by @davidrevoy, as composed by a myriad of organisms

Wow. Very cool… How many organisms can you spot?

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By David Revoy, via Fresh Photons.

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.

This: with the science. How to Make a Hairless Wookiee.

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And in case, you’re wondering what a hairless wookiee looks like…

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Full details (including full text and/or pdf of the scientific paper) can be found at The Science Creative Quarterly.

Not flower arrangement, but DIATOM arrangement. Yes, it’s a thing.

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Microscope slides by (from top to bottom) A.L. Brigger, W.M. Grant, W.M. Grant., and R.F. Behan, via Colossal. More here.

First scientifically authentic (albeit fabricated) paper on #wookiee genetics. #chewbaccaFTW

In which we compare the common Wookiee with a newly discovered cave dwelling (pseudo albino) Wookiee species, and note a number of interesting gene expression differences.

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From the Journal of Praetachoral Mechanics/Science Creative Quarterly. Link to full text and full pdf article here.

Yarn art or botanical samples? You be the judge.

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By Ruth Marshall (top image) and Tatyana Yanishevsky (bottom 2), via My Modern Met. Hat tip to Emily Jenkins.

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.

Animals in spppaaaaacccceeeee!!!!! Minimalist homages to biodiversity in space.

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By Norbert Mayer, via Coolector

Biodiversity. The Greatest show on earth: the poster series.

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For the Tree Club – Souza Cruz Institut (which interestingly is a tobacco firm), by SLM Ogilvy.

Beautiful biodiversity graffiti by ROA

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By ROA. Photos by Jaime Rojo/BrooklynStreetArt.com (top two) and ROA (bottom one). Via Colossal.

Also, here’s my son next to one on Hackney Road!

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The Deep by PES. Remarkable stopmotion film of deep sea denizens

Whoa…

By PES. Via Stacy Thinx.

This art piece called “The Migration” by @tinyaviary is so gorgeous that I’m basically speechless.

And curses! It’s sold out!

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By Diana Sudyka. More of her art for sale here.

These intricate insect drawings are mesmerizing to the eye.

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By Alex Konahin, via Colossal.

I guess it might look like this if microbes were to suit up like Iron Man?

Or not.

But wow… Check out these stunning metal sculptures of microbes by Erick James. Currently on display at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Until January 5th).

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By Erick James. Via Beaty Biodiversity Museum

The Bear and the Hare. Beautiful 2D stop motion animation. #biodiversity

Wow… (also the Lily Allen Keane cover is pretty good)

By Adam&Eve/DDB. Via Colossal.

The Monkey and the Dolphin. Simultaneously bringing you feelings of awesomeness and huh?

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Illustrated by Gustave Doré (1867). Via Fresh Photons.

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