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Micropigmentation - Where art meets science

Everybody knows what a tattoo is and generally how they work. But if I was to say the word ‘Micropigmentation’ to you would you know what I meant? 423 more words

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Dope Art: Daniele Buetti

Swiss artist Daniele Buetti works in photography and mixed media. Check out some of his work below, as he “adds thought-provoking captions to solemn models’ head shots, brands their faces with racetrack-style tattoos of the label they’re representing.” Give us some feedback and visit… 9 more words

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Posted: 22 Apr 2014 10:09 PM PDT

A reliable staple of science fiction space adventures is the concept of “suspended animation”, whereby astronauts traveling to far off galaxies are put into a kind of hibernation during which they don’t age or otherwise feel the effects of their long, perilous journeys. 1,497 more words

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From Cell Membranes to Computational Aesthetics: On the Importance of Boundaries in Life and Art

My next 3QD column is out. I speculate about the role of boundaries in life and aesthetic experience. (Dopamine cells make a cameo appearance too.) 34 more words

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From Cell Membranes to Computational Aesthetics: On the Importance of Boundaries in Life and Art

My next 3QD column is out. I speculate about the role of boundaries in life, curiosity, and identity.

This image is a taster:

If you want to know what this diagram might mean, check out the article: 15 more words

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New Classics

After years of bitching and whining about being stuck in high school, I’ll finally be headed off to the University of British Columbia this fall. I’m a generally decisive person, so I’m already super set on an art history major (with a commerce minor + grad school planned for job security). 55 more words

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