Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
from Mail Online

By Eddie Wrenn for MailOnline

A unique close-up image of a living human brain has won the Wellcome Prize for microscope photography after it was taken during a surgical procedure to treat a patient with epilepsy. Taken by Robert Ludlow of UCL's Institute of Neurology, the image is a rare shot of a living brain - a view normally only seen by neurosurgeons, showing veins, arteries and grey matter flushed pink with blood.


If you reveal everything, bare every feeling, ask for understanding, you lose something crucial to your sense of yourself. You need to know things that others don’t know. It’s what no one knows about you that allows you to know yourself. Don DeLillo

from Mail Online

Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions