mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.
They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!
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mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.
They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!
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mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.
They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!
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mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.
They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!
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mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.
They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!
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mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.
They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!
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mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.
They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!
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mashable:

Artist Sarah DeRemer stepped up the weirdness factor of some of your favorite food with her new series “Animal Food,” which photoshops popular animals as fruits and vegetables.

They’re simultaneously disturbing and mesmerizing!

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vfrankmd:

Dealing with the repercussions of my experiments. 
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Sometimes bad things happen to good feedback.
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Sometimes bad things happen to good feedback.
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Sometimes bad things happen to good feedback.
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Sometimes bad things happen to good feedback.
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Sometimes bad things happen to good feedback.
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Sometimes bad things happen to good feedback.
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theartassignment:

In which we visit Lee Boroson in his summer studio in upstate New York, where he was hard at work on his exhibition at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, which opened this week! Boroson assigns us to create a Desktop Monument:

1. Find an image online of a natural setting you have never visited

2. Use the image to create a desktop monument

3. Upload it using #theartassignment

4. Fame and Glory (your work might be featured in a future episode)

In this episode, we also discuss Frederick Law Olmsted, whom you should read more about

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Here’s an idea: We think of video games as being about their mechanics. 
Spoiler alert: It’s good. It’s damn good. 
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Here’s an idea: We think of video games as being about their mechanics. 
Spoiler alert: It’s good. It’s damn good. 
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Because the Earth is really just an onion made of magma… right?
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Because the Earth is really just an onion made of magma… right?
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Because the Earth is really just an onion made of magma… right?
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Because the Earth is really just an onion made of magma… right?
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Because the Earth is really just an onion made of magma… right?
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Because the Earth is really just an onion made of magma… right?
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Because the Earth is really just an onion made of magma… right?
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Are you #TeamIggy or #TeamVictoria? Join in on the Zombie talk after you watch the rest of this heart-wrenching Frankenstein, MD episode HERE. 
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Are you #TeamIggy or #TeamVictoria? Join in on the Zombie talk after you watch the rest of this heart-wrenching Frankenstein, MD episode HERE. 
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Are you #TeamIggy or #TeamVictoria? Join in on the Zombie talk after you watch the rest of this heart-wrenching Frankenstein, MD episode HERE. 
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Are you #TeamIggy or #TeamVictoria? Join in on the Zombie talk after you watch the rest of this heart-wrenching Frankenstein, MD episode HERE. 
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Are you #TeamIggy or #TeamVictoria? Join in on the Zombie talk after you watch the rest of this heart-wrenching Frankenstein, MD episode HERE. 
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Are you #TeamIggy or #TeamVictoria? Join in on the Zombie talk after you watch the rest of this heart-wrenching Frankenstein, MD episode HERE. 

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Much like a rearview mirror, Forced Perspective is a visual effect that can make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. 
Watch Joey Shanks Productions tackle this technique with a scaled version of Back To the Future's Delorean!
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Much like a rearview mirror, Forced Perspective is a visual effect that can make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. 
Watch Joey Shanks Productions tackle this technique with a scaled version of Back To the Future's Delorean!
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Much like a rearview mirror, Forced Perspective is a visual effect that can make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. 
Watch Joey Shanks Productions tackle this technique with a scaled version of Back To the Future's Delorean!
ZoomInfo
Much like a rearview mirror, Forced Perspective is a visual effect that can make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. 
Watch Joey Shanks Productions tackle this technique with a scaled version of Back To the Future's Delorean!
ZoomInfo
Much like a rearview mirror, Forced Perspective is a visual effect that can make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. 
Watch Joey Shanks Productions tackle this technique with a scaled version of Back To the Future's Delorean!
ZoomInfo
Much like a rearview mirror, Forced Perspective is a visual effect that can make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. 
Watch Joey Shanks Productions tackle this technique with a scaled version of Back To the Future's Delorean!
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The fabulous Liberace talks about his clothing choices, namely “peacocking.” 
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The fabulous Liberace talks about his clothing choices, namely “peacocking.” 
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The fabulous Liberace talks about his clothing choices, namely “peacocking.” 
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The fabulous Liberace talks about his clothing choices, namely “peacocking.” 
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The fabulous Liberace talks about his clothing choices, namely “peacocking.” 
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The fabulous Liberace talks about his clothing choices, namely “peacocking.” 
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ifeelcapretty:

Meanwhile in the Frankenstein MD fandom

SPOILER! Don’t read the above if you haven’t seen Zombie Brain Aggression | Frankenstein, MD - Ep. 19…

Or, maybe you’ll have to watch it now to find out who they’re talking about!

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teded:

View the TED-Ed Lesson How do we measure distances in space? - Yuan-Sen Ting

When we look at the sky, we have a flat, two-dimensional view. So how do astronomers figure the distances of stars and galaxies from Earth? Yuan-Sen Ting shows us how trigonometric parallaxes, standard candles and more help us determine the distance of objects several billion light years away from Earth.

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