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Posts tagged "space"
Plants on a Space Flight by Japanese Artist Azuma Makoto

Plants on a Space Flight by Japanese Artist Azuma Makoto

Plants in Space, an exobiotanica – botanical space mission by Japanese artist Azuma Makoto and his crew. These so surreal-looking photos of plants in space were taken during a botanical space mission realized by Japanase artist Azuma Makoto and his team. In the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, the team launch two objects (including a bonsai...
Space and Spacecraft A to Z Print from 67 Inc

Space and Spacecraft A to Z Print from 67 Inc

Space and Spacecraft A to Z – illustrated fine art print by 67 Inc. This is a new print from the A to Z series by 67 Inc. The “Space and Spacecraft A to Z” fine art print is designed as a full set of 36 trading cards, which were illustrated in an authentic retro...
Plexus No. 19 - Installation by Gabriel Dawe

Plexus No. 19 – Installation by Gabriel Dawe

Plexus no. 19 Installation. Gabriel Dawe is an artist who creates installations with colorful ribbons in different spaces. The installations seem like huge fragmented rays of light. The selected artworks belong to the series ‘Plexus no.19′. This installation series was exhibited in the atrium of Villa Olmo in Como, Italy. Tweet
Stardust - A Short Film about Voyager 1

Stardust – A Short Film about Voyager 1

Stardust. A new short film by PostPanic‘s director Mischa Rozema. The film is inspired by the Voyager 1 project from 1977 where an unmanned spacecraft launched to explore the outer solar system. The short film is featured in our WE AND THE COLOR Vimeo Group and Channel. Tweet
The Most Astounding Fact - Edited by Max Schlickenmeyer

The Most Astounding Fact – Edited by Max Schlickenmeyer

The Most Astounding Fact. Edited by Max Schlickenmeyer. “Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked in an interview with TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” This is his answer.” source and all credits to the film: vimeo.com Tweet