this wise lighter botches the below quote from Mother Theresa:
“We the willing, led by the unknowing, are doing the impossible for the ungrateful. We have done so much, with so little, for so long, we are now qualified to do anything, with nothing.”
— or maybe it’s something totally different?
This is basically how the internet works now, and it’s wonderful: a manifesto on sharing.
interesting is in the mind of the beholder. by mads lynnerup
love this! the font! the content! the fontent!
also, the G looks like it’s wearing it’s hair in a bun!! (maybe i’m projecting. i am too, currently)
Brooklyn based artist Julia Chiang uses a wide variety of materials in her sculpture and installation based work, including nostalgic and sweet ring pops. The colorful candy has been used by Chiang in a number of works often employed as pixels spelling out words. The candy jewels atop the rings melts over time under gallery lights and slowly drips down the walls.
Doh! The Simpsons alphabet by Fabian Gonzales
An anatomical heart made up entirely of the words from a dissertation. He put tons of effort into studying a particular cardiac arrhythmia, noted below the heart, and instead of hanging fancy diplomas on the wall, he chose to immortalize his time and efforts into a piece of anatomical art. (via Street Anatomy)
This is stunning! A great reminder that art and science don’t have to be mutually exclusive— in fact, they shouldn’t be: anatomy is art!
For more info on the project, check out the Reddit post about it.