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  • Ann Yin

    Watch the ocean currents turn the Earth into a living Van Gogh [VIDEO] #NASA

  • Danielle Faden

    Perpetual Ocean: Watch the ocean currents turn the Earth into a living Van Gogh

  • Sara Snarr

    A print out of the gulf stream would be awesome art for Ali's science corner

  • Sofi Gamache

    NASA Views Our Perpetual Ocean... very van Gogh's Starry Night

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'The essence of who we are as individuals in relationship to others and our given environment forms a strong aspect of my artistic practise. In Vestige I wanted to explore this relationship further by creating a group, a community within the protective elements of the woods, reflecting the past inhabitants of the space.' Mirrored sculptures by Rob Mulholland

I got this poster in college. It's torn, scratched and beaten up, but I still love it and plan to hang it in my new apartment.

  • Marcie Callewaert

    I got a really similar one in my first year. Still have it rolled away safely.

  • Sam Luft

    I had exact poster! Do not think it survived the move! Good to see it again!

  • Joy Tillman-DeFerrari

    I had one like this one and it's killing me that I can't find it. I think mine had a little more to it inside the church but I'm not sure. Does anyone know the title of the poster?

"[The artist] hasn't worked in 3 years because he struggles with seizures, but the Universe has been kind enough to give him this talent. He makes me proud to be human." Watercolor.

From Paris to London

"The true inner self must be drawn up like a jewel from the bottom of the sea, rescued from confusion, from indistinction, from immersion in the common, the nondescript, the trivial, the sordid, the evanescent" - Seeds of Contemplation, Thomas Merton (ph. by Alexandra Antoce)