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amnhnyc:

This diagram shows our cosmic address at a glance. We see our planetary system around the Sun, our stellar neighborhood in our galaxy, our galaxy in the local group of galaxies, and our group in the entire universe. 
Learn more in the Cullman Hall of the Universe. 

amnhnyc:

This diagram shows our cosmic address at a glance. We see our planetary system around the Sun, our stellar neighborhood in our galaxy, our galaxy in the local group of galaxies, and our group in the entire universe. 

Learn more in the Cullman Hall of the Universe

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

goodtypography:

Chimphand by One Fonty Day (50% off)

Chimp hand is organic, natural and contemporary handwritten typeface with their tall x-height. Weight of light, regular and bold for both normal width and condensed allow you to play with the typeface more. 
In addition, you will have access to their style sets ( Gap ) to add stencil ish character to every weights. This gap style is much more subtle than normal stencils, but unique and nicely fits to the typeface. Gaps are more visible on larger font and bolder weight. 
Chimp hand is good for any purpose, but works more on shorter text. 
Thanks and enjoy!

Download it here: http://myfonts.us/YUt0l6

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s-c-i-guy:

Continental Divide at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park

Yesterday Glacier National Park opened up all the way through and I though what better way to celebrate than to drive up at 1am and snap some photos of the central bulge of the Milky Way before it set. I shot the first three photos at the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, then I drove down to Heavens Peak Lookout and shot the last two photos. Nothing like a clear night to make for some choice astrophotography conditions.

You can see more photos from my trip to Glacier National Park on my flickr

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

garabating:

Charles Santoso
Title: Passing throughMedium: Pencil on Arches watercolour paper
My submission to Tiny Pencil 3 publication :-)

garabating:

Charles Santoso

Title: Passing through
Medium: Pencil on Arches watercolour paper

My submission to Tiny Pencil 3 publication :-)

escapekit:

2014 FIFA World Cup Posters

Mexican graphic designer Ricardo Mondragon created this great series of typographic posters to celebrate the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

(Source: theinspirationgrid.com, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

skunkbear:

Scientists at MIT have developed a new simulation that traces 13 billion years of cosmic evolution. They start the simulation shortly after the big bang with a region of space much smaller than the universe (a mere 350 million light years across).  Still, it’s big enough to follow the forces that helped create the galaxies we see today, and correctly predict the gas and metal content of those galaxies.

At first, we see dark matter clustering due to the force of gravity (first two GIFs). Then we see visible matter — blue for cool clouds of gas where galaxies form, red for more violent explosive galaxies (second two GIFs).

Super massive blackholes form, superheating the material around them, causing bright white explosions that enrich the space between galaxies with warm but sparse gas (fifth GIF).

Different elements (represented by different colors in the sixth GIF) are spread through the universe.

We arrive at a distribution of dark matter that looks similar to the one we see in our universe today (seventh GIF).

The simulation is so complex it would take two thousand years to render on a single desktop. And it’s kinda beautiful.

Image Credit: MIT and Nature Video

(via infinity-imagined)

"In 1954, we awakened something..."

(Source: deviltriggerr)

amnhnyc:

This diagram shows our cosmic address at a glance. We see our planetary system around the Sun, our stellar neighborhood in our galaxy, our galaxy in the local group of galaxies, and our group in the entire universe. 
Learn more in the Cullman Hall of the Universe. 

amnhnyc:

This diagram shows our cosmic address at a glance. We see our planetary system around the Sun, our stellar neighborhood in our galaxy, our galaxy in the local group of galaxies, and our group in the entire universe. 

Learn more in the Cullman Hall of the Universe

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

(Source: airows)

goodtypography:

Chimphand by One Fonty Day (50% off)

Chimp hand is organic, natural and contemporary handwritten typeface with their tall x-height. Weight of light, regular and bold for both normal width and condensed allow you to play with the typeface more. 
In addition, you will have access to their style sets ( Gap ) to add stencil ish character to every weights. This gap style is much more subtle than normal stencils, but unique and nicely fits to the typeface. Gaps are more visible on larger font and bolder weight. 
Chimp hand is good for any purpose, but works more on shorter text. 
Thanks and enjoy!

Download it here: http://myfonts.us/YUt0l6

(via betype)

s-c-i-guy:

Continental Divide at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park

Yesterday Glacier National Park opened up all the way through and I though what better way to celebrate than to drive up at 1am and snap some photos of the central bulge of the Milky Way before it set. I shot the first three photos at the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, then I drove down to Heavens Peak Lookout and shot the last two photos. Nothing like a clear night to make for some choice astrophotography conditions.

You can see more photos from my trip to Glacier National Park on my flickr

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

garabating:

Charles Santoso
Title: Passing throughMedium: Pencil on Arches watercolour paper
My submission to Tiny Pencil 3 publication :-)

garabating:

Charles Santoso

Title: Passing through
Medium: Pencil on Arches watercolour paper

My submission to Tiny Pencil 3 publication :-)

redashe:

Game of Thrones, Jerry Liu

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

escapekit:

2014 FIFA World Cup Posters

Mexican graphic designer Ricardo Mondragon created this great series of typographic posters to celebrate the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

(Source: theinspirationgrid.com, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

skunkbear:

Scientists at MIT have developed a new simulation that traces 13 billion years of cosmic evolution. They start the simulation shortly after the big bang with a region of space much smaller than the universe (a mere 350 million light years across).  Still, it’s big enough to follow the forces that helped create the galaxies we see today, and correctly predict the gas and metal content of those galaxies.

At first, we see dark matter clustering due to the force of gravity (first two GIFs). Then we see visible matter — blue for cool clouds of gas where galaxies form, red for more violent explosive galaxies (second two GIFs).

Super massive blackholes form, superheating the material around them, causing bright white explosions that enrich the space between galaxies with warm but sparse gas (fifth GIF).

Different elements (represented by different colors in the sixth GIF) are spread through the universe.

We arrive at a distribution of dark matter that looks similar to the one we see in our universe today (seventh GIF).

The simulation is so complex it would take two thousand years to render on a single desktop. And it’s kinda beautiful.

Image Credit: MIT and Nature Video

(via infinity-imagined)

"In 1954, we awakened something..."

(Source: deviltriggerr)

lacarpa:

Animated posters

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