Persephone

Persephone

paulbriganti:

This is SO ACCURATE.

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photographersdirectory:

So i’ve been into this for 4 years now. I’m trying to get exposure, not for the popularity, but to be known, to get my name out there, i don’t want the tumblr fame, I need feedback, appreciation & constructive criticism. I’m always open to constructive criticism! 

I hope you enjoy my work and would like others to get the chance to appreciate it too.

You can find my work through these three links. 
Thanks!
http://matiozo.tumblr.com
http://facebook.com/mathogra
http://500px.com/mathphoto


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hyperallergic:

Sculpting the Thingness of Light
LOS ANGELES — For Helen Pashgian, art exists at the intersection of the material and immaterial. Her use of industrial materials, such as acrylic, epoxy, resin, and metal, combined with complex fabrication processes serve to make the presence of light a substance unto itself. Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible, the artist’s first large-scale sculptural installation, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, showcases the alchemy of this intersection that transforms both material and light into visibly evanescent forms.
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hyperallergic:

Sculpting the Thingness of Light
LOS ANGELES — For Helen Pashgian, art exists at the intersection of the material and immaterial. Her use of industrial materials, such as acrylic, epoxy, resin, and metal, combined with complex fabrication processes serve to make the presence of light a substance unto itself. Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible, the artist’s first large-scale sculptural installation, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, showcases the alchemy of this intersection that transforms both material and light into visibly evanescent forms.
READ MORE
hyperallergic:

Sculpting the Thingness of Light
LOS ANGELES — For Helen Pashgian, art exists at the intersection of the material and immaterial. Her use of industrial materials, such as acrylic, epoxy, resin, and metal, combined with complex fabrication processes serve to make the presence of light a substance unto itself. Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible, the artist’s first large-scale sculptural installation, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, showcases the alchemy of this intersection that transforms both material and light into visibly evanescent forms.
READ MORE
hyperallergic:

Sculpting the Thingness of Light
LOS ANGELES — For Helen Pashgian, art exists at the intersection of the material and immaterial. Her use of industrial materials, such as acrylic, epoxy, resin, and metal, combined with complex fabrication processes serve to make the presence of light a substance unto itself. Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible, the artist’s first large-scale sculptural installation, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, showcases the alchemy of this intersection that transforms both material and light into visibly evanescent forms.
READ MORE

hyperallergic:

Sculpting the Thingness of Light

LOS ANGELES — For Helen Pashgian, art exists at the intersection of the material and immaterial. Her use of industrial materials, such as acrylic, epoxy, resin, and metal, combined with complex fabrication processes serve to make the presence of light a substance unto itself. Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible, the artist’s first large-scale sculptural installation, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, showcases the alchemy of this intersection that transforms both material and light into visibly evanescent forms.

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vanityfair:

17 Extraordinary Female Leaders, from Sheryl Sandberg to Hillary Clinton
vanityfair:

17 Extraordinary Female Leaders, from Sheryl Sandberg to Hillary Clinton
vanityfair:

17 Extraordinary Female Leaders, from Sheryl Sandberg to Hillary Clinton
Why we love Albert Einstein

Why we love Albert Einstein

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visualizingmath:

 The above Pi Day art from this awesome data visualization website is based on the idea of folding the digits of the number into a path. One of the most energetically favorable paths is mapped onto a circle — planet π.

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exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE
exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE

exhibition-ism:

Incredible anatomical collage works from Travis Bedel - follow him on Tumblr HERE

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