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Felted Bacon Sizzles and Wooly Bread is Sliced in Breakfast-Themed Fiber Animations by Andrea Love

View this post on Instagram Cooking with wool 🍳 . . . #stopmotion #animation #stopmotionanimation #wool #fiber #fiberart #fiberartist #mini #miniature #cooking #cookingtime #tiny #kitchen #satisfying #breakfast #handmade #felting #needlefelting A post shared by Andrea Love (@andreaanimates) on Nov 26, … Continue reading

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6 Fascinating Facts About Post-Impressionist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec – My Modern Met

Some of the most famous artists of the Post-Impressionist movement include Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, and Paul CĂ©zanne, but there is another artist who helped pioneer it—Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. The French artist was a prominent painter, printmaker, draftsman, and illustrator … Continue reading

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Magazine – Sculptures by Michael Trpák in 2019 | Sculpture painting, Sculpture art, Art

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Mexican Artist Pedro Reyes Molds 1,527 Guns into Shovels Used to Plant Trees

Pedro Reyes  is showing how an object used for harm can be molded into one that promotes life in a project titled “Palas por Pistolas.” Reyes, who originally is from Mexico City, collected 1,527 guns from the Culiacán area in … Continue reading

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Manchester School of Samba at Manchester Day 2019

This is the front of our troupe Manchester School of Samba, parading along Deansgate to commemorate 10 years of an annual celebration of Manchester, it’s people and creativity, 23rd June 2019.  This superb image by Alida Cernogoraz.

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The World’s Largest Freshwater Lake Becomes a Magical Landscape in Photographs by Kristina Makeeva

Photographer Kristina Makeeva creates captivating scenes centered around Lake Baikal. The lake, located in Russia, is the largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, holding nearly a quarter of the world’s fresh surface water. Makeeva takes advantage of its … Continue reading

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Our biological past and our technological future play out on a single human face – Aeon

In this animated self-portrait, the UK artist Emma Allen uses her face as a canvas for a remarkable, millennia-spanning stop-motion. With her features always visible but transformed […] Read More: https://aeon.co/videos/our-biological-past-and-our-technological-future-play-out-on-a-single-human-face

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Cooperation and evolution

In this papercut animation, Professor Rob Lue presents a whimsical take on the endosymbiotic theory of mitochondrial origin and its implications for the properties of mitochondria.

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Rings of Saturn: Hondartza Fraga’s Cassini Images — the Fourdrinier

Space and our relationship with it loomed large in the public consciousness in 2019, following the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings. Space travel demonstrates human and technological capabilities yet reminds us of our limits. Because most people … Continue reading

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My Moon | Love-Triangle Between the Earth, Sun, & Moon | 2D Animation Short Film

Award-winning 2D animation that gorgeously depicts a love triangle between three celestial bodies: the Sun, the Moon, and the Earth. From Student Academy Award-winner Eusong Lee, this exquisitely animated film revolves around the sad nature of the way the heavenly … Continue reading

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