dekinaidekita

design-is-fine:

Gio Ponti, tile design for l’Hotel Parco dei Principi, 1960-61. Originally made by D’Agostino, Salerno. Re-edition by La Riggiola.

More to see here about the exhibition The World of Gio Ponti, Japan, 2014. Pattern: Source. Design Drawing © Gio Ponti Estate

An Eye- Colored Pencil Drawing by ~Polaara
25 Mind Blowing and Hyper-Realistic Color Pencil Drawings by Christina Papagianni. Follow me in Tumblr: www.webneel.tumblr.com | Read full article: www.webneel.com/s/8942

25 Mind Blowing and Hyper-Realistic Color Pencil Drawings by Christina Papagianni. Follow me in Tumblr: www.webneel.tumblr.com | Read full article: www.webneel.com/s/8942

mpdrolet:

Marjorie Gestring, Olympic high-diving champion, 1936
John Gutmann

mpdrolet:

Marjorie Gestring, Olympic high-diving champion, 1936

John Gutmann

cross-connect:

Adventure

Kinga Rajzak in “Mannequin thriller” by Miles Aldridge for Vogue Italia, March 2013

Kinga Rajzak in “Mannequin thriller” by Miles Aldridge for Vogue Italia, March 2013

laboratoryequipment:

‘Spider Skin’ Captures Grand Prize in Image ContestFEI is proud to announce that María Carbajo of the Electron Microscopy Unit in the Research Support Services of the Univ. of Extremadura has been awarded the grand prize in the 2012 FEI Owner Image Contest for her entry “Spider Skin.”FEI.com visitors were asked to vote for their favorite image among the monthly winners. A total of nearly 1,000 votes were received and María Carbajo’s image, Spider Skin, narrowly beat out other worthy images.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/02/spider-skin-captures-grand-prize-image-contest

laboratoryequipment:

‘Spider Skin’ Captures Grand Prize in Image Contest

FEI is proud to announce that María Carbajo of the Electron Microscopy Unit in the Research Support Services of the Univ. of Extremadura has been awarded the grand prize in the 2012 FEI Owner Image Contest for her entry “Spider Skin.”

FEI.com visitors were asked to vote for their favorite image among the monthly winners. A total of nearly 1,000 votes were received and María Carbajo’s image, Spider Skin, narrowly beat out other worthy images.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/02/spider-skin-captures-grand-prize-image-contest

laboratoryequipment:

Cocaine Biosensor Inspired by NatureSince the beginning of time, living organisms have developed ingenious mechanisms to monitor their environment. As part of an international study, a team of researchers has adapted some of these natural mechanisms to detect specific molecules such as cocaine more accurately and quickly. Their work may greatly facilitate the rapid screening — less than five minutes — of many drugs, infectious diseases and cancers.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/02/cocaine-biosensor-inspired-nature

laboratoryequipment:

Cocaine Biosensor Inspired by Nature

Since the beginning of time, living organisms have developed ingenious mechanisms to monitor their environment. As part of an international study, a team of researchers has adapted some of these natural mechanisms to detect specific molecules such as cocaine more accurately and quickly. Their work may greatly facilitate the rapid screening — less than five minutes — of many drugs, infectious diseases and cancers.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/02/cocaine-biosensor-inspired-nature

retrogirly:

1920s postcard

retrogirly:

1920s postcard