Formerly DEJA MOO. A Contemporary artist exploring the sciences through the medium of art. Creative Designer & all round Supergeek. I also love animals.
She’s 17 years old and calls bullshit at the Rio+20. What do you think of this?
Speaking for the world’s 3 billion children: “Are you here to save face? Or are you here to save us?”
On Wednesday 20 June, 2012 17-year-old Brittany Trilford of Wellington, New Zealand addressed 130 heads of state at the opening plenary of the Rio+20 UN Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This is her speech.
(Source: , via explore-blog)
The remarkable Lyrebird imitating man made sounds - chainsaw, camera, car alarm.
The bird itself creating these sounds not sensing the impending threat of its habitat being destroyed.
The SETI Institute is dedicated to finding extraterrestrial life, so it’s perhaps fitting that SETI’s first Artist In Residence creates art that looks utterly alien. Charles Lindsay, a former photojournalist, has developed a new form of art called CARBON.
Here are a selection of images from Lindsay’s existing CARBON installations, showing the weird shapes he’s been able to generate using his “camera-less photographic process.” Check out more at the link. [Charles Lindsay and Charlie’s Experiment, via SETI Institute]
Transgenic artwork “GFP Bunny” comprises the creation of a green fluorescent rabbit, the public dialogue generated by the project, and the social integration of the rabbit.
The saying ‘you are what you eat’ is true for these insects as stunning pictures show their abdomens changing colour as they sip on sugar drops.
Father of three Mohamed Babu set up the photographs after his wife, Shameem, showed him some ants had turned white after drinking spilt milk.
He gave the creatures the brightly coloured sugar drops and watched as their transparent stomachs matched the food they were eating.