Digital artist Adam Pizurny produces haunting GIFs of human faces using the rendering software ‘Blender’. From popping like a balloon to starting up a psychedelic world, each of the digitally-rendered faces is then turned
Sponge - A beautiful Haliclona sp. specimen from Chek Jawa, Singapore. Haliclona permollis showing multiple chimneys of a single individual sponge. Seawater is pumped continuously through a sponge by the beating activity of flagella that line the inter
Canadian artist Aganetha Dyck & a collaborative project with honey bees. "To begin a collaborative project with the honeybees, I choose a slightly broken object or damaged material from a second hand market place.
Not your average type of ceramic art! Fenella Elms - Edges - Very fine ribbons of mostly porcelain clay delicately aligned and joined with slip to create intricate structures -built onto an under-sheet of porcelain - fired together.