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(1/2) For the past 25 years, German graphic designer Peter Dahmen has been creating impossible-looking pop-up sculptures out of paper. Dahmen is deft with a pair of scissors and a tube of glue. He’s quick—but accurate—with a cut and a fold. These skills have led to some pretty neat creations. (📷 Pe
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(2/2) Dahmen's best pieces are abstract—they draw your eye to the motion of opening and closing rather than the sculpture itself. This is key, he says. It’s not hard to make something 3-D; the real trick is to make sure it lays flat. To ensure that happens, he begins crafting each piece by hand. “I’
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The @TSA's Instagram feed is essentially a gallery of some of the craziest items people try to get past airport security checkpoints. Such as these cute kitty brass knuckles that would definitely stab your eyes out. More at WIRED.com.
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(1/3) Magnified Plankton Looks Just Like Outer Space // Sitting in Marine Biology 101 during her first year at the University of South Carolina, Julia Bennett was peering through a microscope at a slide of squirming diatom plankton when wonder struck. “They look like something constructed for a scie
(2/3) So began Bennett’s fascination with capturing the least charismatic—but most critical—of ocean creatures under a magnification 40-100 times their normal size. “If you change the angle of the light in the microscope, that does amazing things,” she said. “The live samples naturally have these in
(3/3) For her series Into the Umbra, Bennett collected samples while studying abroad in Brisbane, Australia. She captured specimens with a lens specifically designed for microscopes, sometimes illuminating slides with LED lights from above. She was delighted to find that when photographed through a
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