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    lynneravenne:

How scientist can bioengineer edible meat in vitro:

    lynneravenne:

    How scientist can bioengineer edible meat in vitro:

  2. Final project:

    the prints for my final project accordion book

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    Artist Fiona Phillips—Cedar City, UT

This is so awesome!!! I <3 this!!!

    Artist Fiona Phillips—Cedar City, UT

    This is so awesome!!! I <3 this!!!

  4. Ok so I never actually posted the completed versions of these.  So, here they are. :)

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    henkei:

もじゃもじゃ | もちきん
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    omg yes! love the sea nettle :)

    omg yes! love the sea nettle :)

    (via g-o-o-d--v-i-b-e-s)

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    oh yeah, and then there&#8217;s this one&#8230;
Still looks the same as it did at open studios&#8230;need to start with the coloring.  Not sure yet which style I am going to use for that&#8230;

    oh yeah, and then there’s this one…

    Still looks the same as it did at open studios…need to start with the coloring.  Not sure yet which style I am going to use for that…

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    experimental coloring technique in the works.  may go over like a lead balloon&#8230;.
sometimes I want to work more &#8220;painterly&#8221; as long as it is within the bounds of order.
more info as I figure it out&#8230;

    experimental coloring technique in the works.  may go over like a lead balloon….

    sometimes I want to work more “painterly” as long as it is within the bounds of order.

    more info as I figure it out…

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    chotai:

A painting by Vardges Surenyants (1860-1921) depicting an Armenian folktale. Apparent is the influence of Japanese art.

    chotai:

    A painting by Vardges Surenyants (1860-1921) depicting an Armenian folktale. Apparent is the influence of Japanese art.

    (via balkangirl)

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