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Art of the Living Dead

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Swarms of army ants naturally inspire fear, of course, but to people who know ants this painting is even more terrifying. Hashime Murayama has not only drawn army ants, but undead army ants, their reanimated corpses lurching towards us in eerie procession. The bodies rigid, antennae jarringly askew, these ants are clearly chasing us from [...]

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Image of the Week

The Emerging Mosquito

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Image Credit: © Alex Wild Source: Recipe For A Photograph #4: The Emerging Mosquito, on Compound Eye As the weather warms and spring marches into summer, mosquito pupae are shedding their skins and emerging from stagnant pools to search for warm mammalian blood. The thought of swarms of pesky mosquitoes and the itchy red welts [...]

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Symbiartic

Who Needs a Paintbrush When You Can Use a Dead Fish?

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James Prosek is a person who continually challenges the neat categories we create to delineate where one discipline ends and another begins. In his own words: I want to be able to be a writer and a painter and an illustrator and a sculptor and not have to be confined by the taxonomies of art [...]

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The SciArt Buzz: Science art on exhibit in Jan/Feb 2013

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Lots of great science art exhibitions going on in the next few months. Get your sciart on, peeps! _____________ EXHIBITS: NORTHEAST REGION The Islands of Benoît Mandelbrot: Fractals, Chaos, and the Materiality of Thinking September 21, 2012 to January 27, 2013 The Bard Graduate Center Gallery 18 West 86th Street New York, NY _____________ DINOTOPIA: [...]

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SciArt of the Day: Best. Dinosaur. Art. Ever.

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When it comes to dinosaur art, it takes a lot to rise to prominence. The field is saturated with everyone and their brother who never lost their obsession with the terrible lizards they fantasized about as kids. So it is with no small amount of gravitas that Steve White makes this proclamation in the subtitle [...]

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The Thoughtful Animal

When Animals Act Like People in Stories, Kids Can’t Learn

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“Yum, these grass and plants are delicious!” Mother cavy thinks as she eats her breakfast. “I will feed some to my baby cavies too!” she says. The baby cavies love to play in the grass! But they’ve gotten all dirty! “Time for your bath,” Mother cavy says. Mother cavy and her babies like to spend [...]

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The Thoughtful Animal

Sunday Photoblogging: Science and Art in Beverly Hills

One of our regular spots when my shooting partner and I head out to take photos is the Rodeo Drive area of Beverly Hills. If nothing else, the window displays usually give us lots of variety and interesting lighting to work with. And they change often enough that there’s always something new. Lately, I’ve noticed [...]

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Thoughtomics

Return of the Yeti Crab

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Remember the dancing Yeti Crabs? They’re back! Check out this amazing illustration of two farming Yeti Crabs by Irene Goede: So white, so hairy.. I want to pet them! Irene is a freelance illustrator who has specialized in nature and history. Every week, she draws an animal that has been in the news for the [...]

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