Elisa J G

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Water-Repellent Paint Punishes Revelers Who Use Street As Public Toilet

Peeback's a mess<p>Peeing in public is the worst. And unfortunately, in major cities with any kind of nightlife, the stench of stale urine on the street is an incredibly annoying and disgusting part of life. But residents of Hamburg, Germany's bustling St. Pauli neighborhood figured out a solution. …

Dr. Oeggerli’s Beautiful Little Monsters

Some people find Dr. Martin Oeggerli’s monsters a little frightening. I see beauty in them, perfectly shaped by evolution. I also see a hint of Charles Darwin and Albrecht Dürer: the scientist and the artist.<p>Mites don’t have a particularly nice reputation, but how well do we really know …

Biology

Subway Art Blog

Our favorite subway artist turned studio artist, turned album cover designer, JIM JOE, has announced artwork supporting Bernie Sanders for …

25 Fantastic and Funny Photos Celebrate Photoshop's 25th Birthday

Happy Birthday, Photoshop! Twenty-five years ago, this week, a little graphics editing program named Photoshop was born. Fast forward a few decades and now we're living in a world where surreal-looking images are all around us. As part of the celebration, Adobe has launched a search for 25 of the …

Robert Indiana Fans Ignore Artist’s Ferguson Protest

Opinion<p>Keith Wallace's action in Philly dramatized today's racial divide all too well.<p>,<p>The killing of black teenager Michael Brown by a white police …

How I Used a Paint Can to Forge a Rugged Knife [Video]

Hackett relies on his ingenuity to turn spring steel into an edged blade.<p>Before bows and arrows, language, and even vertical foreheads, some of our ancestors survived by industriously chipping rocks into sharp tools. Today we take metal knives for granted, yet few are made to survive a world …