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Glass Cane Wasp Nest 2

Glass Cane Wasp Nest

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Daily Morning Awesomeness (25 Photos)

old books! new art!

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Traditional Applehead Siamese cat art Print of my watercolor painting Seal Point Chocolate Large Big Huge

T i t l e : "Apple Lit" A r t i s t : Rachel Parke

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Incredible ANT-ics! Close-up photography shows the amazing strength of these tiny insects

Ants with giant seed pods from a Mimosa tree

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''Simplicity Is Complexity Resolved'' - Constantin Brancusi

onstantin Brancusi, Mademoiselle Pogany II, 1925-2006, polished bronze, Sculpture: 16 7/8 x 7 x 11 3/4 inches, Overall: 27 x 10 x 8 3/4 inches, edition of 8. Photography by Francois Halard/© Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York/ADAGP, Paris. / Courtesy of the Brancusi Estate and Paul Kasmin Gallery.

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Tokujin Yoshioka Grows Mesmerising Crystal Colonies For His ''Crystallize'' Exhibition

Tokujin Yoshioka Grows Mesmerising Crystal Colonies For His ''Crystallize'' Exhibition / tokyo museum of contemporary art //A.

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Julien Brunet's gemstone skulls

Julien Brunet's gemstone skulls.

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EXTRA LARGE Aluminum Fire Ant Colony Casting, Anthill, Ant Hill, Fire Ant Art

Extra Large Aluminum Fire Ant Colony Casting Anthill Ant Hill Fire Ant Art | eBay

The honeypot ant - a perfect example of nature’s strategy to survive in bad times. The honeypot ant or honey ant, is a normal ant species, but has adopted a special strategy to survive when there is a lack of food. Some of the working ants eat food and divert it into sweet syrup and save this syrup in their abdomens. For that, there abdomen grows big like a pot, sometimes to the size of a grape.

berlinde de bruyckere. suffering and protection | UXUS - via Ase Margarethe Hansen

So clever! The use of colour makes this geometric pattern look 3D! Would be pretty easy to recreate with crochet I think...

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nonLin/Lin Pavilion by Marc Fornes & THEVERYMANY

Biomimicry in architectural design by Marc Fornes