Curious Inventions Collective
an arts/science collective

"SURELY, the age we live in must be the most interesting ever known to mankind. In every field giant strides of discovery and invention have been made. Knowledge of this, that and the other has increased by leaps and bounds -and still we know so little; there is more and more to come.

SEEING IS BELIEVING.

IN THESE days of stress and strain, this type of publication should also prove a boon and a blessing for wet Sunday afternoons, when one wants to relax and yet be interested without too much effort."

members: curiousinventions1 ... docilerank ... estermonica ... leila1979 ... nickholdstock ... travisphysicsaction ...

leila1979:

Pattern: (modified) “Baby’s First DNA Model” by http://kimberlychapman.com (knitted for Matilda)
Music: “Wire” by Jon Hopkins from Insides (shortened)

(more knit stop motion: http://vimeo.com/album/1665675)

Monday November 7, 2011
SDO (Solar Dynamics Observatory) pop art (by Barbara)
Wednesday April 28, 2010

SDO (Solar Dynamics Observatory) pop art (by Barbara)

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New Government, Old Environment editorial cartoon by Ralph Steadman [via Barbara]
Wednesday April 28, 2010

New Government, Old Environment editorial cartoon by Ralph Steadman [via Barbara]

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Fritz Kahn (1888-1968), “Der Mensch als Industriepalast” (chromolithograph; Stuttgart, 1926). Seen at the National Library of Medicine’s Dream Anatomy exhibition. Thanks to Craig M. for this one.

also via Andy :)
Wednesday February 3, 2010

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Fritz Kahn (1888-1968), “Der Mensch als Industriepalast” (chromolithograph; Stuttgart, 1926). Seen at the National Library of Medicine’s Dream Anatomy exhibition. Thanks to Craig M. for this one.

also via Andy :)

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from MOMA
Friday January 29, 2010

from MOMA

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Tuesday December 8, 2009
Wednesday October 21, 2009
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4:48-4:50 contributed by leila + gayle at bumbershoot 2009

Tuesday October 6, 2009
Tuesday October 6, 2009