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Lili Guo’s Scientific Art | #ArtTuesday

Influenced equally by Joan Miró and traditional Chinese drawings, with topics ranging from cancer drugs to RNA, biomedical scientist Lili Guo is also an accomplished illustrator and artist, creating covers for scientific journals, illustrations for textbooks, and artworks for science festivals. And the work is really nice! See more here. Source: Adafruit – Art

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A Plague of Digital Rats for Your Desktop #ArtTuesday

via HYPERALLERGIC “DESCENT” is a downloadable, digital artwork that’s inspired by both Bruegel and the Black Death. When you launch the “DESCENT” .exe file on your desktop, a malware invasion of rats begins. At first only a few appear as ominous “RAT” image files. Then, as the glitchy static grows more intense, with a bouncing movement reminiscent of pestilent fleas, the steeple […]

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Artist combines art with beekeeping in living polyhedral beehive sculptures #ArtTuesday

Via Treehugger It’s been said that beekeeping is an art, treading a fine balance between knowledge of bee behaviour and the cycles of development of local plant life. Beijing-based Chinese artist and beekeeper Ren Ri combines this art with a mathematical bent, creating delicate polyhedral sculptures of plexiglass that house intricately constructed beehives. Ren Ri, […]