August12014
word-stuck:

yeoubi  여우비

word-stuck:

yeoubi  여우비

(via amandaonwriting)

words 

11AM
abbydraws:

Dark Mercury Masquerade
The 2nd opening of the “Moon Crisis: A Sailor Moon Tribute Show" will be having a Sailor Moon Masquerade event at Rothick Art Haus on August 9, 2014!

abbydraws:

Dark Mercury Masquerade

The 2nd opening of the “Moon Crisis: A Sailor Moon Tribute Show" will be having a Sailor Moon Masquerade event at Rothick Art Haus on August 9, 2014!

art 

11AM

turecepcja:

Money pieces  - Polyhedra Series by Kristi Malakoff

(via frozencrafts)

crafts 

11AM
amandaonwriting:

This modern three story home showcases an incredible library design that contains 7,500 books, designed by architects grupoSP in São Paulo, Brazil.

amandaonwriting:

This modern three story home showcases an incredible library design that contains 7,500 books, designed by architects grupoSP in São Paulo, Brazil.

books 

11AM

kinopia:

I’ve been a bit MIA but I have a lot to show soon just trying to balance the time between work and…more work aha In the meantime have some sketches! Also yes that Radial one is the rough cover of my next book :)

art 

11AM

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

A  Bézier curve is a mathematically defined curve used in computer graphics and similar applications. The curve is defined by four points: the initial position and the terminating position (which are called “anchors”) and two separate middle points (which are called “handles”). The shape of a Bézier curve can be altered by moving the handles.

The mathematical method for drawing curves was created by Pierre Bézier in the late 1960’s for the manufacturing of automobiles at Renault.

(via spring-of-mathematics)

math 

11AM

thecraftychemist:

Robotic bees

The ‘bumble bee paradox’ regarding the aerodynamics of bee flight was solved in 2007, however the problem of Colony Collapse Disorder is a looming threat to food crops around the world. 

Recently, developments in piezoelectrics combined with our understanding of the aerodynamics of bee flight have culminated in the design and production of the robotic bee. Lighter than 1/30 of a US penny, at 80mg the robo-bee relies on piezo-electricity to convert electricity to motion - the light weight ceramic material contracting in time to the alternating current.

No batteries or guidance systems are yet small enough to be accommodated, so while it might seem far fetched it will be a while before electric bees can be relied upon to pollinate crops - at least until the real bees can recover.

Sources: 1. 2.

(via thecraftychemist)

11AM
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vakhara:

Made from air dry clay.

crafts 

11AM
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