Watch NOVA’s special “The Origami Revolution”. Incredible ties with the origami art form to science and engineering. I loved it! Vincent Floderer is one of the featured artists in the documentary, and it was amazing to see the organic, life-like sculptures that he creates with his origami-inspired technique. Definitely one of my favorite parts.
The post title says it all. I am in love with this website. Living Lines Library
Ever since I first heard of it a few months ago, I keep wondering what being a paleoartist would be like. It would work nicely with my interests in art+science, and I have always loved dinosaurs. I also like the sound of being able to tell people that I’m a paleoartist. B) Will refer back to this […]
Looking back at some of the topics we discussed in the Island Life program I participated in, I found this! Maya Lin, designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, created another memorial project called “What is Missing?” It’s an interactive website collaboration between scientists, artists, historians, and the public that’s being used to bring awareness to the […]
Here are some cool quotes about artists and scientists that I completely relate to and enjoyed reading. Found them here in an interview with Carolina Brandão Zanelli, an art-loving biologist who is currently a scientific illustrator and translator. I especially like the second one. 🙂 “There are two kinds of truth: the truth that lights the way and the truth that […]
Today I spent some time researching more about people who are interested in art + wildlife biology/conservation, and I came across these. They feel very important to me, and I’m going to save them here so I can easily find them again. I pulled out some sentences that I feel are super cool and encouraging. 🙂 […]
Just came across this today: http://vegalleries.com/gall.html It has all kinds of animation/art companies that I look up to: Disney, Dreamworks, Warner Bros, Cartoon Network…the things that made me love art and animation in the first place ^_^ I definitely want to keep this around so I can look back at some neat art; I love discovering the backbone work that […]