Series of posters created for the love of math, nature, art, and education.
Prints available: http://meganemoore.storenvy.com/
The 2013 shortlist was chosen from a record number of over 1,200 entries from amateurs and professional photographers from around the globe, with all entries to the competition were submitted via a dedicated Flickr group .
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via Huffpost Tech UK
Apian, Peter, 1495-1552. Astronomicum Caesareum, 1540.
Houghton Library, Harvard University
Houghton made a gif! WELCOME!!!!
For my ongoing project, Let’s Face Facts: an Information Journal. An illustrated definition of gravity and it’s usage in poetry, music, film, and pop culture beyond its scientific basis.
The aurora at the southern pole, in all its psychedelic glory. From v.14 of The Works of Jules Verne, this illustration is for his story The Sphinx of Ice, which starts on p. 263. (also known as An Antarctic Mystery.)