Mad Quickies

Mad Quickies: Art Crimes, Petri Dish Art, Apollo Images and Way More!

Hey gang, I’ve got a weird and rad bunch of links for you today. So let’s not dilly dally, okay?

Here’s what you are doing with the rest of your day – NASA has released over 8000 high resolution images taken by the astronauts of the Apollo missions. -Via Amy

Would you like a box of rain for your living room? Of course you would. Let the Tempescope do the rest. -Via Amy

I’ve always been fascinated by the remains of Pompeii. And now, there are 3D printed scans of the victims of Vesuvius. -Via Donna

This week in Art Crimes.

What if your high school biology dissection looked like this? Knitted dissection ‘animals’ by Emily Stoneking.

Meet the young girl who was the inspiration for the animated Alice in Wonderland.

Petri dish art? Yes.


Featured image – Neurons: submitted by Mehmet Berkmen of New England Biolabs, with artist Maria Penil.

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Brian George

Brian George is an illustrator who lives and works in the Van Beardswick neighborhood of Brooklyn. His fierce love of cheesecake is often (but not always) thwarted by his intolerance for lactose. He will draw and paint for your amusement (‘amusement’ is archaic Etruscan slang for ‘money’). Visit his portfolio, follow his tweets @brianggeorge or on G+

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