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constantinos chaidalis
http://brittledesign.tumblr.com
hey there!check out my latest project “Sophomore”
www.brittle.gr
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constantinos chaidalis

http://brittledesign.tumblr.com

hey there!check out my latest project “Sophomore”

www.brittle.gr

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rrrick:

Virgil Finlay
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brookhavenlab:

These psychedelic hues show off a major scientific tool that helps expose the nanoscale structure of an endless array of materials: x-ray scattering.
High-frequency x-rays from our National Synchrotron Light Source strike a material and bounce off of individual molecules and atoms, and sensitive detectors record the changes in the x-rays’ energy and direction. Using complex mathematical models, scientists use these scattered x-ray points to determine the otherwise imperceptible nanoscale details.
It may be hard to believe, but this stunning, wide-angle x-ray scattering image revealed the crystallization of an organic material that could be used in the next generation of solar cells.

brookhavenlab:

These psychedelic hues show off a major scientific tool that helps expose the nanoscale structure of an endless array of materials: x-ray scattering.

High-frequency x-rays from our National Synchrotron Light Source strike a material and bounce off of individual molecules and atoms, and sensitive detectors record the changes in the x-rays’ energy and direction. Using complex mathematical models, scientists use these scattered x-ray points to determine the otherwise imperceptible nanoscale details.

It may be hard to believe, but this stunning, wide-angle x-ray scattering image revealed the crystallization of an organic material that could be used in the next generation of solar cells.

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marriedtotheseacomics:

Stupid giraffes. From Married To The Sea.

marriedtotheseacomics:

Stupid giraffes. From Married To The Sea.

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jacobvanloon:

Collider II
14x14”
Jacob van Loon

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bicyclestore:

Biciclette Italiane da Pista

bicyclestore:

Biciclette Italiane da Pista

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enochliew:

Organic Geometry by David Brodeur

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zeroing:

elizabeth patterson
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plasmaterial:

hey I drew hands in pen again

plasmaterial:

hey I drew hands in pen again

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enochliew:

Escalade by Autumn de Wilde

Part of the set of a Cadillac campaign for the new SUV.

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