The Biology of Music
The Biology of Music
Why we like what we like picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 The Future Sounds Like This: 10 Magnificently Modern Musical Instruments
The Future Sounds Like This: 10 Magnificently Modern Musical Instruments
Settle back and compose yourself as we look at ten new instruments that look set to accompany us into the world of tomorrow. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 The Sex Life of Ancient Greece On Display
The Sex Life of Ancient Greece On Display
The Museum of Cycladic Art is hosting a show of 272 objects dating from the 6th century BC to the 4th century AD. The top floor of the museum is off limits to unattended children under 16. Some of the images in the exhibition reportedly contain material that in many countries would result in the arrest and incarceration of the owner (or viewer). It is interesting how, once the items are designa... read full post picked by bingo 1 year ago
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 Leonardo da Vinci's "Walking Harpsichord-Viola" Comes Alive
Leonardo da Vinci's "Walking Harpsichord-Viola" Comes Alive
The first-ever functional model of a harpsichord-viola designed by Leonardo da Vinci more than 500 years ago had its premiere in New York City.

The instrument combines a harpsichord keyboard with the sound of a viola. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 I am trying to draw every person in New York
I am trying to draw every person in New York
I will be drawing people everyday and posting as frequently as I can. It is possible that I will draw you without you knowing it. I draw in Subway stations and museums and restaurants and on street corners. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 What Do Glaciers Sound Like?
What Do Glaciers Sound Like?
Katie Paterson went to Iceland and recorded the sounds of three separate glaciers, and then pressed the dripping noises onto records made from each glacier’s melted (and then re-frozen)ice.

You can see more of her glacier and other works here. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Here's to Beer
Here's to Beer
Awesome beer site, lots of information, food pairings/suggestions, history, etc. picked by donteatpoop 1 year ago
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 Create Your Own Northern Lights
Create Your Own Northern Lights
Draw your own personal aurora, and share it with friends. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Mother Nature's Drama....
Mother Nature's Drama....
As played out on the Outer Banks, after the recent bout of storms that battered the east coast. Great pics by Brian Elkus from his blog. Continuation and update of this. picked by meggysue 1 year ago
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 but does it float
but does it float
Bring lots of time. picked by suckersklub 1 year ago
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 The Beatles Never Broke Up
The Beatles Never Broke Up
On Sept. 9, 2009 I experienced something that I still am having trouble believing happened to me. I came into the possession of a cassette tape containing a Beatles album that was never released. picked by bernardblack 1 year ago
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 zoomquilt2
zoomquilt2
Yup! picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Artists attack illegal billboards. 5 arrested.
Artists attack illegal billboards. 5 arrested.
Over 80 artists, and a large group of volunteers lashed out at illegal advertising that is encroaching deeper into the public space in NYC. 5 artists were arrested for their efforts. Imagine that, police protecting illegal activities against other illegal activities... picked by jasontho 1 year ago
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 Stephen Sondheim's crossword puzzles
Stephen Sondheim's crossword puzzles
Stephen Sondheim's crossword puzzles for "New York Magazine." picked by 2manyusernames 1 year ago
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 Gifted Artist Draws Entire Cities from Memory
Gifted Artist Draws Entire Cities from Memory
Amazing. 34-year-old British artist, Stephen Wiltshire, who was diagnosed with autism at an early age, is currently taking residence at Pratt to do what he does best: draw. But not just draw; the artist is creating a detailed panorama of New York's skyline from memory, after only briefly visiting the city and taking it all in from a helicopter. He has done this around the world, 8 times in total,... read full post picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 o->-<
o->-<
You know all those iconic signs you see all around airports and other places - learn more about the language of the pictogram. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Guggenheim Museum Turns 50!
Guggenheim Museum Turns 50!
To mark the anniversary, The Daily News dug up 50 intersting facts about the NYC landmark museum. picked by jasontho 1 year ago
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 Marc Quinn's &quot;Self&quot;
Marc Quinn's "Self"
The artist's self-portrait uses 4.5 litres of his own blood, extracted over a 5-month period. picked by gravyy 1 year ago
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 Art Collector Cancels $25 million Insurance Claim On Stolen Warhol Artworks
Art Collector Cancels $25 million Insurance Claim On Stolen Warhol Artworks
Although his paintings were allegedly stolen fro his westside home last month, Richard L. Weisman waived the $25 million he could have gotten under his insurance policy.

It was too much of a hassle to deal with the insurance company. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 T-shirt design contest for Fender
T-shirt design contest for Fender
Theme
"Give. Music. Life." This is a message to encourage individuals to get involved in supporting music education because music is life.
The design must be kid-friendly and tasteful. People who are into rock 'n' roll need to think it is cool. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 Superb Creative Photography by Yann Le Pape
Superb Creative Photography by Yann Le Pape
Yann Le Pape was born and raised in Paris.Yann's first foray into the artistic world was as a musician. During his late teens and early twenties, he spent 10 years in the south west of France playing trumpet and flute in various funk and latin jazz bands. picked by phogph 1 year ago
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 15 Inspiring Ecosystem Photoscapes
15 Inspiring Ecosystem Photoscapes
Beautiful landscape photography, most with atmospheric elements like fog that make them truly awe-inspiring. picked by amabaie 1 year ago
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 Da Vinci drawing discovered using CSI
Da Vinci drawing discovered using CSI
Leo's fingerprint was found, proving authenticity. picked by jasontho 1 year ago
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 Adaptive Reuse: 15 Creative House &amp; Home Conversions
Adaptive Reuse: 15 Creative House & Home Conversions
When old billboards, fire towers and grain silos outlive their old purposes, there’s no need to tear them down – especially since they can be transformed into surprisingly modern, livable homes with views to die for. picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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 World's most beautiful object...officially
World's most beautiful object...officially
The Gyrofocus, designed by the award-winning contemporary fireplace maker Focus, has been named as the World's Most Beautiful Object for the 2008-2009 .What do you think? picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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