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The Hidden Patterns Created by Animals in Flight
by Robbie Gonzalez
Designer Eleanor Lutz used high-speed nature footage, Photoshop, and Illustrator to map the wingbeats of five different species. The result is a visually arresting confluence of art and science that reveals the patterns hidden in animal flight. Trust us on this one – you’ll want to see this.
Lutz, who recently received her bachelors in molecular biology, regularly combines her interest in science with her considerable design talents to create some of the most gorgeous information visualizations we’ve ever seen. Her latest creation, seen here, illustrates patterns traced by the wingbeats of geese, dragonflies, bats, moths, and hummingbirds…
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Atlas with the world upon his shoulders - 2013

“You need chaos in your soul to give birth to a dancing star.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
Wake Up Blues

Often I wake up and I just feel really flat and unmotivated and bad. The memories of that first night at burning man fill my head still so vivid and I wonder what the point is. I can usually push through it, but it’s so hard if anything stressful or negative comes up. Then I just feel like crying and breaking things and can’t get anything done. God I wish this was all over. I wish I could feel happy and be myself again.

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