Acercamiento al pili de E. coli en la excelsa escultura de Luke Jerram.
Tineke Meirink crea personajes caricaturescos en todo tipo de lugares.
This Is What One Of The Largest Neon Collections In The World Looks Like
God's own junkyard - Unit 12, Ravenswood, Industrial Estate Shernhall Street London E17 9HQ - 10.30am-6pm, Friday-Sunday. Entry is free.
Tim Burton's Pokemon
Pokemon Tim Burton,9gag,El Diseño Del Arte,Tim O'brien
Las palabras no pueden "expresso" lo mucho que significas para mi :)
Hanns Scharff - WWII interrogator used kindness over violence http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/0/19923902
The Deadliest Sculptures in the World by Luke Jerram
Avian Flu. These deadly glass sculptures by Luke Jerram represent diseases like HPV, malaria, and smallpox in their true, colorless form. His pieces are so accurate that they are used in academic settings throughout the world.
As pretty as a picture (but a lot more deadly): Killer diseases as you've never seen them before
E. coli bacteria, which under certain conditions can cause gastroenteritis and urinary tract infections. Some.strains also cause food poisoning. Magnification: x17,000
Glass Microbiology is a body of glass work which has been developed by artist Luke Jerram since 2004. Made to contemplate the global impact of each disease, the artworks are created as alternative representations of viruses to the artificially coloured imagery received through the media. In fact, viruses have no colour as they are smaller than the wavelength of light.