Dr. Gunther von Hagens plasticized museum A gold-plated cow heart clearly displaying the structure of blood vessels.
Milosav Druckmüller is, hands down, the greatest eclipse photographer in the world. Fact.
Composite Image of the Moon Taken from 47 Photos Reveals Solar Corona During a Total Solar Eclipse
Graveyard of trees: The milky green water is a natural phenomenon caused by electromagnetic activity from the lightning hitting the water’s surface surrounding dead trees
Photo credit: Julie Fletcher
Thunderstrom Marfa (by Johannes Huwe)
Magdalena Jetelova - Iceland, 1992
Leon Kirchlechner - Nowhere (published 2013)
LEONARDO da Vinci
Heart and its Blood Vessels
Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan
please dont celebrate the fact that fred phelps died alone
we don’t have to pretend he lived his life as a decent person, but it’s still a person’s suffering that you are taking joy in when you do that
dont be the monster he wanted you to be
Jonathan Smith - Iceland
Photos courtesy of Realtokyo.co.jp. Mori Art Museum
Photographer, videographer and sculptor Motohiko Odani has designed a series of elaborate carvings around the body and the flow of energy they emit.
The concept of qi has no equivalent in the West. In Chinese and Japanese culture, there is a distinction between both intangible and material, a subtle substance released from a coarser material. Its translation is given in the series of white sculptures installed at Hollow Forum. They interpret, their shapes, the aura, the physical presence and its ghosts. They transcend the dynamics of life, death and eroticism.
Apollo and Daphne transforms the body vegetation JellyFish evokes water in its depiction of a jellyfish whose body is 95% liquid … These works suggest a slow movement, a model of anti-gravity.
Breath, vital energy, ethereal vapor emerging from the body subjected to various sensory and spiritual emotions are at the heart of this research. The artist strives to represent the dynamics by capturing moments of pain or ecstasy by carving techniques and different materials. He sculpts cut by the meandering flow of energy, the weightless bodies subjected to physical and mental twists.
These white bodies emptied of air, the Hollow, remain as hollow shells. The exhibition space is flooded with emotions related to love or pain. Motohiko Odani offers an experience of awakening to new sensations.