The Week’s Links
American museum of natural history exposed Charles Darwin’s digitized manuscripts – turned out that the scientist allowed his children to draw on pages of On the Origin of Species.
Mou Hitotsu makes flipbookk — books that create the illusion of motion while you turn pages fast.
Goodbye, My Love
Parents of photographer Angelo Merendino always wave hands when they part. He captured their caring in the “Goodbye at the Door” series.
With the help of light emiting diodes and long exposure, Stephen Orlando is shooting gracious movements of kayaks’ and canoes’ paddles, karatekas and football players.
From the Bottom of the Sea
Mary O’Malley creates dishes that look like they have just been dragged from the bottom of the sea.
James Mollison photographed guitars, sculptures, and black and white photograph collectors with their belongings for Christie’s magazine.
Somebody called Snooperking created his or her own version of the Star Wars new trailer with the help of Lego. The video already has more than 3 million of views.
German archeologists found the biggest stone block that has ever been carved by a human. It’s more than two thousand years old, weights more than 650 tons and is located in Lebanon.
All Over the Skin
Young French artist Ines Kozik shoots portraits inspired by fairytales, tattoos and old photographs of the deceased.
Print Meneer created spring forms with Helvetica, Futura and Garmond fonts. The price for one letter starts at $6.38.
Zach Seckler visualize his childhood fascination with exotic birds and created a colorful “Birds” series.
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