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Drawing on Book Covers with Gideon Kiefer

We stumbled across the great works of Ghent, Belgium-based Gideon Kiefer today, who draws fantastic scenes inside book cover jackets. Each work is …

Publication Design

Desert Breath: A Monumental Land Art Installation in the Sahara Desert | Colossal

<p>Located near the Red Sea in El Gouna, Egypt, Desert Breath is an impossibly immense land art installation dug into the sands of the Sahara desert by …

Be Free

Meguru Yamaguchi might be considered a "Digital Impressionist," using portraits of his friends on social media as inspiration, the artist samples elements of painting, collage, acrylics, and spray paint to create colorful and dynamic works "reminiscent of Hip-Hop samplings from the 70s." See a collection of his work and find out more about his interesting background on #juxtapoz: http://bit.ly/11Dc4Wz

The Mediated Matter research group at MIT built a giant silk pavilion with the help of 6,500 silkworms, yes, silkworms. Find out how they did it, watch a video, and see more images here: http://bit.ly/17TWoWJ

Think brain scans can reveal our innermost thoughts? Think again

The grip of neuroscience on the academic and popular imagination is extraordinary. In recent decades, brain scientists have burst out of the …

Dream of giant spider webs taking over your entire your room tonight. Actually don't, that sounds horrifying. Tomas Saraceno's 2010 installation entitled "14 Billion" is the extension of another work aptly titled "Galaxy Forming along Filaments, like Droplets along the Strands of a Spider's Web" and is pretty incredible. Take a look at it, and his other installations here: http://bit.ly/13orOy7

Yu Yamauchi spent five months a year, for four years living in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji. Everyday for those five months he would get up at the crack of dawn to photograph the sunrise from the same location. The result is a stunning series of photographs, titled "Dawn," of the Earth waking up. We may have to catch the sunrise this weekend... FInd out more and see some of the photos here: http://bit.ly/17aKfM0