(via Phylogenetic Tree Circle Pendant)
"A phylogenetic tree is a branching diagram representing the evolutionary relationships among various species.
This piece is a simplified version of the phylogenetic tree created by Hillis, Zwickil and Gutell in 2008. It attempts to show the evolutionary relationships between 3,000 species which represent most major groups, both prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Less than 1% of known species are included and viruses are excluded.”
I want this so bad ;_;
There’s a 75’-long, 35’-tall, 26’-wide sugar Sphinx in the abandoned Domino refinery, and it’s amazing. It also stands for something.
Photography: Barkow Leibinger and Johannes Foerste
“Hilma af Klint was an old-school spiritualist who believed that she channeled psychic and esoteric messages from the so-called High Masters—who existed in another dimension—into abstract paintings.”
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42 rue du Rhône in Geneva, Switzerland; designed by Sheppard Robson