2headedsnake

2headedsnake

Animation director, illustrator, teacher.
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Sarah Schoenfeld

'All You Can Feel', 2013

Various drugs exposed to film negatives. The resulting chemical reactions were greatly magnified.

Cocaine

LSD

Caffeine

Ecstasy

Herion

Crystal Meth

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)

Human heart clarified and injected with cinnabar to display blood vessels.Prof Jas Mundie

Human heart clarified and injected with cinnabar to display blood vessels.Prof Jas Mundie

(Source: mundieart.com)

John Grade’s Capacitor, 2013, is a site-specific installation which reacts to the climate of the site it inhabits. The sculpture slowly opens and closes as well as changes internal light intensity via a controller powering a mechanical transmission wired to sensor feeds on the roof of the museum.

(Source: johngrade.com)

Joanna Ebenstein

Photography from an anatomical museum

(Source: astropop.com)

Simon Park, ‘Bee Jewelled’, 2013

Simon Park transformed found dead bees into crystals by immersing them in a supersaturated solution of copper sulphate.

(Source: junk-culture.com)

Mishka Henner
Coronado Feeders, Dalhart, Texas (2013)
US feedlots photographed by satellites orbiting Earth

Mishka Henner

Coronado Feeders, Dalhart, Texas (2013)

US feedlots photographed by satellites orbiting Earth

(Source: mishkahenner.com)

Lorna Barnshaw

Replicants: A triptych of 3D prints, 2013

"Each print was created using a different app / software. I interfered with the software as little as possible, comparing the digital attempts at replicating reality. The result is then 3D printed, bringing the digital simulacrums into the physical world."

                                                             - Lorna Barnshaw

(Source: artserved.com)

Hamtoast - ‘Bubbles’, 2013

Hamtoast’s instructions on how to replicate these images at home:

Take a clear glass filled with water.

Mix in olive oil and food coloring.

Create bubbles by stirring with a spoon.

Hamtoast used a Canon 7D camera and sunlight for these images.

(Source: lostateminor.com)

Set of Phrenological heads - Manchester, England 1831.

Phrenology originated with Franz Joseph Gall (1758-1828), a German physician,

assisted by his colleague Johann Kaspar Spurzheim (1809-1872).

(Source: cupetinte.blogspot.com)