'Carte manuscrite de l'Ile des Templiers vis à vis d'Acre] / [de la main de Mr. d'Anville' [Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville (1697-1782)]
Tail of a beaver was considered fish-like in nature (and was therefore acceptable as food for fast days during the Middle Ages).
Platearius, Livre des simples médecines, ca 1480. Paris, Biblioteque Nationale, Département des manuscrits, Français 12322, folio 188
Batman has been guarding Gotham for 75 years, but its city limits weren’t defined until 1998
By Jimmy Stamp
Read more and see more images at Smithsonian.com.
Vintage NASA illustrations show the differences among Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecrafts.
Lynn Geesaman (American, born 1938), from her book Hazy Lights & Shadows
A Mobius strip is a surface with only one side, with only one boundary component. It has the mathematical property of being non-orientable.
Completed. MDF Layers. About 250mm Diameter. Any inaccuracies in the shape is down to my filing. This was produced using a laser cutter, obviously a 5-axis CNC would have been much useful, but i don’t have access to one. Still undecided wether i will varnish it.
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Please stop trying to wash my arm while I’m reading. It feels like you’re trying to sand my skin off. Lovingly.
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William Giles: Midsummer Night, colour woodcut
Clifton Hicks & Jake Book - Last Gold Dollar
[Here Clif & Jake are rehearsing track #9 of their new CD From the Hills & From the Plains.]
Monk Enjoys Wine and Nature, 1904
Meg Stevens ~ Sea of Grasses
(via Laughing Squid and the rest of the internet)
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