ISSHOKENMEI
[E•Show•Ken•May]
ISSHOKENMEI
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fer1972:

3D Ice Drilled Cubes created by TBWA\Hakuhodo 
fer1972:

3D Ice Drilled Cubes created by TBWA\Hakuhodo 
fer1972:

3D Ice Drilled Cubes created by TBWA\Hakuhodo 
fer1972:

3D Ice Drilled Cubes created by TBWA\Hakuhodo 
fer1972:

3D Ice Drilled Cubes created by TBWA\Hakuhodo 
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house-under-a-rock:

Rikki Ishoy buildering in Tuscon, Arizona
photo: Corey Rich
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nevver:

Better living through chemistry
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skunkbear:

myampgoesto11:

X-Ray GIFs by Cameron Drake | Behance 

No bones about it - I love x-ray GIFs.
skunkbear:

myampgoesto11:

X-Ray GIFs by Cameron Drake | Behance 

No bones about it - I love x-ray GIFs.
skunkbear:

myampgoesto11:

X-Ray GIFs by Cameron Drake | Behance 

No bones about it - I love x-ray GIFs.
skunkbear:

myampgoesto11:

X-Ray GIFs by Cameron Drake | Behance 

No bones about it - I love x-ray GIFs.
skunkbear:

myampgoesto11:

X-Ray GIFs by Cameron Drake | Behance 

No bones about it - I love x-ray GIFs.
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nevver:

I’ve seen that movie
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  Aspen | Mark Hughes
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skunkbear:

The blooming of an Amorphophallus titanum (AKA corpse flower AKA titan arum) at The Huntington Library last week inspired me!
If you think humans jump through a lot of hoops just to reproduce, check out this plant. It waits 7-10 years, storing up starch in a giant tuber, just so it can bloom for a single day. Then it pretends to be a hunk of rotting meat to attract insect pollinators. Then, months later, it switches tactics to a produce a sweet fruit so birds will disperse it’s seeds.
If you have never smelled a titan arum but for some odd reason you would like to … you are in … luck? Scientists have identified the exact malodorous chemicals that come off these strange flowers to attract pollinators - so you can create the scent at home!*
*please, for your own sake, don’t try this at home.
skunkbear:

The blooming of an Amorphophallus titanum (AKA corpse flower AKA titan arum) at The Huntington Library last week inspired me!
If you think humans jump through a lot of hoops just to reproduce, check out this plant. It waits 7-10 years, storing up starch in a giant tuber, just so it can bloom for a single day. Then it pretends to be a hunk of rotting meat to attract insect pollinators. Then, months later, it switches tactics to a produce a sweet fruit so birds will disperse it’s seeds.
If you have never smelled a titan arum but for some odd reason you would like to … you are in … luck? Scientists have identified the exact malodorous chemicals that come off these strange flowers to attract pollinators - so you can create the scent at home!*
*please, for your own sake, don’t try this at home.
skunkbear:

The blooming of an Amorphophallus titanum (AKA corpse flower AKA titan arum) at The Huntington Library last week inspired me!
If you think humans jump through a lot of hoops just to reproduce, check out this plant. It waits 7-10 years, storing up starch in a giant tuber, just so it can bloom for a single day. Then it pretends to be a hunk of rotting meat to attract insect pollinators. Then, months later, it switches tactics to a produce a sweet fruit so birds will disperse it’s seeds.
If you have never smelled a titan arum but for some odd reason you would like to … you are in … luck? Scientists have identified the exact malodorous chemicals that come off these strange flowers to attract pollinators - so you can create the scent at home!*
*please, for your own sake, don’t try this at home.