Cephalopodoptera by Vladimir Stankovic
When the deep aquatic Cephalopodoptera species was discovered, scientists believed they had finally found that long sought-after missing link between mollusks and insects. Vladimir’s natural history details the myriad forms of the glow-y sea moths that glide through the inky black depths of forgotten underwater fathoms. Prints are available at etsy.
Recycled Map Collages by Matt Cusick
Cutting out slices of recycled maps, Matt conjures these elaborate forms from the lines of the world. Within each road and detail of the face lies a charted space of the Earth.
I just posted “Le Pianoquarium”
ROLANDO Cyril (France) via Curioos
Mark Twain on a surfboard? Ok!
Oh, fuck yeah!
This would explain a lot, actually.