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Philippe Halsman's iconic Jump book.
Happy Leap Week! You've gained an extra day; why not spend it looking at science art?
- A solar company prints it annual report in UV ink
- The sound of the Higgs boson and particle decay, and how to make sound out of anything
- X-Ray Fish Vision at the Smithsonian Museum
- A fractal a day to keep the mathematician away (or at least very busy).
- Creative environmental advertising with cut leaf illustrations
- Atmosphere, Earth, and Ocean poster set at Brainstorm. There's a star chart, too.
- Binh Danh explores his Vietnamese heritage and the tragedy of the Vietnam War through photosynthetic leaf prints
- Did you know that NASA has a Flickr? How did I not until now? Check out these superheated solar loops.
- If I could sketch, I would sketch a whole lot of birds like this.
- A billboard that runs on oranges.
- The science of cooking (and cooking with science!)
- Fun with fluid dynamics: Corrie White's droplet art and Markus Reugels' high-speed shots
- Mixed media botanical art in Kari Herer's etsy shop
- Look closer at Jennifer Maestre's sea-urchin inspired sculptures and you'll notice something strange...
- Deadliest Genomes on a poster
- Meet Paul, the robot that will sketch your portrait
- The Boston Globe's 'Big Picture' showcases Gerd Ludwig's Chernobyl project this week
- The Oreo phases of the moon
- The swirling dance of galaxies colliding
- Linda Dong wants to show you the beauty of basic science experiments