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youmightfindyourself:

Frustrated that desktop 3D printers on offer were unable to produce things at a human scale (large and medium scale functional design objects) Olivier van Herpt developed his own 3D printer. His 1.50m Delta 3D printer is capable of making 80 cm tall 3D printed ceramic objects such as vases and bowls. (via)

— 1 week ago with 268 notes

plumsmoke:

hey pals, i made this thing over this last month! the tape (which is very almost ready) has one long song on the other side, but here’s 6 jams from me to you. 

Woah woah woah.

— 4 weeks ago with 27 notes

Philip Johnson, New Canaan

— 4 weeks ago with 1 note

Dia: Beacon

— 4 weeks ago
xysciences:

Magnetic putty eating a piece of metal. 
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Tony eats a piece of candy.

xysciences:

Magnetic putty eating a piece of metal. 

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Tony eats a piece of candy.

(Source: xyprogramming)

— 1 month ago with 2433 notes
palaios-ontos-logos:

Duria Antiquior, a more ancient Dorset
Painting by English geologist, Henry De la Beche, in 1830. This was the first pictorial representation of a scene of prehistoric life based on evidence from fossil reconstructions, a genre now known as paleoart. 

palaios-ontos-logos:

Duria Antiquior, a more ancient Dorset

Painting by English geologist, Henry De la Beche, in 1830. This was the first pictorial representation of a scene of prehistoric life based on evidence from fossil reconstructions, a genre now known as paleoart. 

(via science-junkie)

— 2 months ago with 339 notes

Chemainus, BC

— 2 months ago

Such summer. Around southern Ontario.

— 2 months ago

Pointe au Baril

— 2 months ago

#tidepoolbingo

— 3 months ago