Check out the collection of 40 Extraordinary Examples Of Edible Art…and they are extraordinary. Via noupe.com.
Winter Olypmic Games Posters From 1924 To 2010
The First Hints Of A Dinosaur’s True Colors
Posted via web from David Erickson’s Posterous via npr.org
Scientists have found evidence of some of the original coloration of a dinosaur that lived about 125 million years ago, showing that it had rings of orange-brown bristly feathers around its tail.
Fossils have revealed a lot about the lives of dinosaurs, but researchers always used to think that the fossil record couldn’t show what color they were. “This was the one point at which we had to give up,” says paleontologist Mike Benton at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom, who explains that fossils tend to preserve an animal’s hard parts, like bones and teeth, and not soft parts like skin.
But feathers are made of tough proteins. “And, in fact, they can survive even in conditions where other internal organs, you know, muscles and guts and brains and so on, will disappear,” says Benton.
‘Zombie Star Wars’ Posters
Twin Cities Top Ten Titans In Social Media
That’s me on your right; Blois Olson on the left. I’m all blue! 🙂
Early Star Wars Storyboards
These are some cool storyboards of early visions of Star Wars with an early version of the Millennium Falcon:
Michelangelo‘s David, is, of course, one of my favorite sculptures. So when I came across this digitally remastered version of the David, as envisioned by Virus In Training, I had to share it: