Today on Refinery, neon 3 ways ©Naomi Shon Photography
Images from DANNIJO, MINERALIA.
Something worth saving my research scientist bucks for!
And it’s called Medine, after Ms. “Arm Party Queen ” Leandra. I just have to say it. Her blog is the first thing I check every morning, next to sciencedaily.com .. mais bien sur!
Lets say I like to mix brains and beauty… and Leandra’s got ‘em, because man repelling sure isn’t easy for everyone! I should use my brain to get some eye-catching jewels!
Talking about going against the grain… mineralia had this on its blog…. ADORO the color combination… HABLAME DE BELLEZA!
Images borrowed from Maria Moyer’s site, west elm, wikipedia and Claudia Sprenger & Jermy Young, courtesy of Plankton *Net
In the matters of art mimics [natural] life, I stumbled upon this designers’ website thanks to my west elm friends. Her name is Maria Moyer, originally from Southern California, and she has an inspired way of looking at the microscopic sea-life of plankton, recreating it (and re-sizing it) for human contemplation and my own amusement! Want one of Maria Moyer’s beautifulous pieces? Well, the nature-lovers of west elm have them and I can’t wait to get myself a vase! Don’t you just wanna feel how plankton-inspired art feels under your fingers??? Thank you west elm for introducing me to Maria, another woman who speaks the language of art through science…
Ballet lovers may “truly feel that they are dancing” when they watch a performance, researchers have found after measuring the brain activity of experienced spectators.