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xombiedirge:

Mood Indigo by Landland / Store / Twitter
18” X 24” screen print, numbered edition of 145. Available Tuesday, July 22nd 2014, via Mondo’s random twitter announcement HERE.

xombiedirge:

Mood Indigo by Landland / Store / Twitter

18” X 24” screen print, numbered edition of 145. Available Tuesday, July 22nd 2014, via Mondo’s random twitter announcement HERE.

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Don’t worry! It’s never too late to sign up for the Urchin Newsletter!

Don’t worry! It’s never too late to sign up for the Urchin Newsletter!

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xysciences:

A size comparison of some of the largest animals to ever of lived, compared to humans.
[Click for more interesting science facts and gifs]

xysciences:

A size comparison of some of the largest animals to ever of lived, compared to humans.

[Click for more interesting science facts and gifs]

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historical-nonfiction:

A vision of 2000, drawn by Jean-Marc Côté and other French artists to be used on cigar boxes and postcards, for the 1900 World Exhibition in Paris. It’s actually kind of sad how little of this we have. Who wouldn’t want to travel by whale?

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rhamphotheca:

Great Egret (Ardea alba), 1821. John James Audubon
- Watercolor, graphite, pastel, gouache, white lead pigment, black ink, and black chalk with selective glazing on paper, laid on card; 37 7/16 x 25 9/16 in. Courtesy of the New York Historical Society.
(via: Wired Science)

rhamphotheca:

Great Egret (Ardea alba), 1821. John James Audubon

- Watercolor, graphite, pastel, gouache, white lead pigment, black ink, and black chalk with selective glazing on paper, laid on card; 37 7/16 x 25 9/16 in. Courtesy of the New York Historical Society.

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'Artists, even those reclusive types who never leave their homes, are all exhibitionists. And if you are involved in any way with commercial art, or in the very least have a website or Twitter account where your work is accessible, you are then inhabiting a world where always being watched is entirely possible.'

from ‘Vive La Varda!' by Geo Ong

'Artists, even those reclusive types who never leave their homes, are all exhibitionists. And if you are involved in any way with commercial art, or in the very least have a website or Twitter account where your work is accessible, you are then inhabiting a world where always being watched is entirely possible.'

from ‘Vive La Varda!' by Geo Ong

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themaninthegreenshirt:

can
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mango-rotter:

I just watched The Gleaners and I and this guy was really cool.

He’s got a steady job but gets all of his food by digging through trash as a matter of ethics. Here, he’s talking about the effects of oil spills on birds.

More on The Gleaners and I here.

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