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newyorker:

Jörn Vanhöfen’s “Aftermath”

In one of Jörn Vanhöfen’s large-scale photographs, a peaceful marina full of small boats is dwarfed by a passing cruise ship, its lights glowing in the morning (or evening) light. In another, a seemingly abandoned house appears to be sinking into the surrounding desert landscape. Both of these images are part of Vanhöfen’s series entitled “Aftermath,” and while they raise questions about what came before, so do they make me consider what’s to come. Thankfully, these weighty inquiries are at times lightened by Vanhöfen’s sense of humor. A selection from “Aftermath” will be on exhibit at New York’s Robert Mann Gallery as of this Thursday, March 15th.

Head over to our Photo Booth blog for more selection of Vanhöfen’s work: http://nyr.kr/e87pBj
All photos courtesy the artist and Robert Mann Gallery.

staceythinx:

Some super dense diagrams by Casey Cripe

(via proofmathisbeautiful)

mdrtr:

Light Sculptures by Makoto Tojiki

Japanese artist Makoto Tojiki works primarily with light, exploring its use in installations, figurative sculptures, as well as kinetic pieces. His No Shadow works shown above are among my favorite, using long strands of lights to create representations of people and animals.

(via wrkhrsmusic)

nprfreshair:

On the HBO series The Wire, Sonja Sohn played a police detective in an East Baltimore neighborhood taken over by drug gangs. After the show ended, she stayed in Baltimore and started a non-profit called ReWired For Change aimed at at-risk teenagers. Tomorrow, she’ll explain why she made the switch.

nprfreshair:

On the HBO series The Wire, Sonja Sohn played a police detective in an East Baltimore neighborhood taken over by drug gangs. After the show ended, she stayed in Baltimore and started a non-profit called ReWired For Change aimed at at-risk teenagers. Tomorrow, she’ll explain why she made the switch.

comicallyvintage:

Romney’s real plans for American healthcare.

comicallyvintage:

Romney’s real plans for American healthcare.

the-asphalt-jungle:

Police dragnet spreads across the 48 states for “The Thin Man” (1934)

(Source: the-dark-city)

compendium-of-beasts:

Epomophorus (Hysignathus) monstrosus. (1878) 
via NYPL

compendium-of-beasts:

Epomophorus (Hysignathus) monstrosus. (1878)

via NYPL

(via scientificillustration)

the-asphalt-jungle:

Myrna Loy and William Powell - “The Thin Man” (1934)

(Source: the-dark-city)

My religion is to live and die without regret.
– Milarepa (via lazyyogi)

(Source: lazyyogi)

scientificillustration:

“Agonistic behaviors performed by dominant females (DF) in relation to subordinate females (SF) of Euglossa carolina. The DF interrupted the activities of SF by first approaching threateningly (A), and then attacking by pushing the SF away with her head (B). Note the difference in wing wear between dominant and subordinate females. Drawings: José M. Macário Rêbelo”
From: ‘Task allocation and interactions among females in Euglossa carolina nests (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Euglossini)’

scientificillustration:

“Agonistic behaviors performed by dominant females (DF) in relation to subordinate females (SF) of Euglossa carolina. The DF interrupted the activities of SF by first approaching threateningly (A), and then attacking by pushing the SF away with her head (B). Note the difference in wing wear between dominant and subordinate females. Drawings: José M. Macário Rêbelo”

From: ‘Task allocation and interactions among females in Euglossa carolina nests (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Euglossini)

Clients From Hell: Client: I think you need a business lesson. You have no idea how to...

clientsfromhell:

Client: I think you need a business lesson. You have no idea how to establish prices. You already have a studio so you don’t need to add in this studio rate. It only takes a few seconds to snap a picture so you can do that on the same day you set up the lights and stuff, making your day rate and…

newyorker:

Jörn Vanhöfen’s “Aftermath”

In one of Jörn Vanhöfen’s large-scale photographs, a peaceful marina full of small boats is dwarfed by a passing cruise ship, its lights glowing in the morning (or evening) light. In another, a seemingly abandoned house appears to be sinking into the surrounding desert landscape. Both of these images are part of Vanhöfen’s series entitled “Aftermath,” and while they raise questions about what came before, so do they make me consider what’s to come. Thankfully, these weighty inquiries are at times lightened by Vanhöfen’s sense of humor. A selection from “Aftermath” will be on exhibit at New York’s Robert Mann Gallery as of this Thursday, March 15th.

Head over to our Photo Booth blog for more selection of Vanhöfen’s work: http://nyr.kr/e87pBj
All photos courtesy the artist and Robert Mann Gallery.

staceythinx:

Some super dense diagrams by Casey Cripe

(via proofmathisbeautiful)

mdrtr:

Light Sculptures by Makoto Tojiki

Japanese artist Makoto Tojiki works primarily with light, exploring its use in installations, figurative sculptures, as well as kinetic pieces. His No Shadow works shown above are among my favorite, using long strands of lights to create representations of people and animals.

(via wrkhrsmusic)

nprfreshair:

On the HBO series The Wire, Sonja Sohn played a police detective in an East Baltimore neighborhood taken over by drug gangs. After the show ended, she stayed in Baltimore and started a non-profit called ReWired For Change aimed at at-risk teenagers. Tomorrow, she’ll explain why she made the switch.

nprfreshair:

On the HBO series The Wire, Sonja Sohn played a police detective in an East Baltimore neighborhood taken over by drug gangs. After the show ended, she stayed in Baltimore and started a non-profit called ReWired For Change aimed at at-risk teenagers. Tomorrow, she’ll explain why she made the switch.

comicallyvintage:

Romney’s real plans for American healthcare.

comicallyvintage:

Romney’s real plans for American healthcare.

the-asphalt-jungle:

Police dragnet spreads across the 48 states for “The Thin Man” (1934)

(Source: the-dark-city)

compendium-of-beasts:

Epomophorus (Hysignathus) monstrosus. (1878) 
via NYPL

compendium-of-beasts:

Epomophorus (Hysignathus) monstrosus. (1878)

via NYPL

(via scientificillustration)

the-asphalt-jungle:

Myrna Loy and William Powell - “The Thin Man” (1934)

(Source: the-dark-city)

My religion is to live and die without regret.
– Milarepa (via lazyyogi)

(Source: lazyyogi)

scientificillustration:

“Agonistic behaviors performed by dominant females (DF) in relation to subordinate females (SF) of Euglossa carolina. The DF interrupted the activities of SF by first approaching threateningly (A), and then attacking by pushing the SF away with her head (B). Note the difference in wing wear between dominant and subordinate females. Drawings: José M. Macário Rêbelo”
From: ‘Task allocation and interactions among females in Euglossa carolina nests (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Euglossini)’

scientificillustration:

“Agonistic behaviors performed by dominant females (DF) in relation to subordinate females (SF) of Euglossa carolina. The DF interrupted the activities of SF by first approaching threateningly (A), and then attacking by pushing the SF away with her head (B). Note the difference in wing wear between dominant and subordinate females. Drawings: José M. Macário Rêbelo”

From: ‘Task allocation and interactions among females in Euglossa carolina nests (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Euglossini)

Clients From Hell: Client: I think you need a business lesson. You have no idea how to...

clientsfromhell:

Client: I think you need a business lesson. You have no idea how to establish prices. You already have a studio so you don’t need to add in this studio rate. It only takes a few seconds to snap a picture so you can do that on the same day you set up the lights and stuff, making your day rate and…

"My religion is to live and die without regret."

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