Nikos Goulis

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An Animated Guide to Nature’s Best Wayfinding Secrets

Learn to navigate with the moon, stars, trees, and more.<p>Tristan Gooley is an expert at what he calls “natural navigation.” In a series of fascinating …

Creative Prompt: Message From the Future - Rookie

Illustration by Ana Hinojosa.<p>Infinity makes me think about ALL the possibilities in the universe. What if it is possible to time travel? What if …

Daily Design Inspiration

Part of the Daily Inspiration series that started it all on Abduzeedo. This is where you'll find the most interesting things/finds/work curated by …

“Stranger Things” and “The Get Down”

An eighties-inspired sci-fi horror series and a mythological story of disco and the origins of hip-hop bring retro pleasures to Netflix.<p>“Stranger Things,” the new sci-fi horror series on Netflix, is a cool summer treat. It’s spooky but not scary, escapist but not empty. It’s a genre throwback to …


The Patio Is Under Siege in Today's 'Ruby' Comic


Slideshow: Markus Lüpertz "Bozzetti for Hercules" at Galerie Michael Werner | Artinfo

<b>Markus Lüpertz</b> <br>"Hercules Model 13 - Bust," 2009<br>Painted bronze, from an edition of six<br>9 1/2 x 5 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches

All the Beautiful, Expensive, and Corny Art I Saw at Art Basel This Year

Here's everything I loved and hated over five days of art fairs, after-parties, and a DMX show in Miami.<p>Every December a bunch of art fairs infest Miami, and every year I show up and try to understand what's going on. The main fair of Miami Art Week is Art Basel, which began life in Switzerland in …

Why a Mental Universe Is the "Real" Reality

By Deepak Chopra, MD, Menas Kafatos, PhD, Bernardo Kastrup, PhD, Rudolph Tanzi, PhD<p>Science concerns itself with reality, in the form of "real particles", "real organisms", and the "real universe". The tacit assumption is that science can answer the question of reality itself. If this wasn't the …

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Mars or Pitcairn: which would be worse to live on?

One has nothing to do and is almost impossible to get to. The other is Mars. Where would you rather move to?<p>It’s baffling. In the same week we learn that only one person has <b>applied to move to Pitcairn</b>, the tiny Pacific island trying to boost its dwindling population, it transpires that an …

Primate Discoveries in Northwest Kenya

Changing Planet<p>In our last blog post (Discoveries From Two Years With Kenya’s Warthogs) we provided an overview of the major findings of our Quest for Kenya’s Desert Warthog. Of course, we collected a considerable amount of information on other species as well.<p>Here we present some of our findings …

EVER WONDER Branding by Jonathan Quintin

Jonathan Quintin has been previously featured on Abduzeedo for UI/UX projects and it's our first time showcasing one of his branding works. That …

The bees made honey in the lion’s skull — but does it float


Not the old, not the new, but the necessary — but does it float

Happy birthday to George Bellows, born on this day in 1882. Although Bellows's art was rooted in realism, the variety of his subjects and his experiments with many color and compositional theories, and his loose brushwork, aligned him with modernism. George Bellows (American, 1882–1925) | The Red Vine, Matinicus Island, Maine | 1916

#ArtistoftheDay Fabienne Jenny Jacquet

Carmelo Blandino’s flowers are inspired by the struggle to shed his memory's persistent hold over his experience of the present, painted as a means of release. Only a 2 days left of FREE shipping at Saatchi Art. Click here to claim: *Maximum $5,000 shipping costs waived. Cannot be combined with other offers. Some restrictions apply. Expires 8/15/14.

“Nothing makes me so happy as to observe nature and to paint what I see.” –Henri Rousseau

Check out this striking untitled painting by Joseba Eskubi. Don’t forget! Enjoy FREE shipping* on works from Saatchi Art, now through August 15. Click here to claim: *Maximum $5,000 shipping costs waived. Cannot be combined with other offers. Some restrictions apply. Expires 8/15/14.