Earth, The Milky Way
Congratulations to Science. Almost one hundred years after Einstein predicted it, the team at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics established direct evidence of cosmic inflation AKA they just put the “bang” in the Big Bang. This is big. 

Earth, The Milky Way

Congratulations to Science. Almost one hundred years after Einstein predicted it, the team at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics established direct evidence of cosmic inflation AKA they just put the “bang” in the Big Bang. This is big. 


Mad Science transports artists to the year 2045 to conquer planetary and social issues as scientists. On July 12 at 7pm, the Mad Science laboratory hangs a shingle at Gallery 135 in Portland. If you’re in town, stop by to witness the verdant intersection of art and science and a bunch of people having fun. Featured creatives include friends from Wieden, Nike, iDL and a ton of freestylers, plus music by Jaeho and Gemo Wong. Proceeds from the show will benefit CHAP, a nonprofit organization supporting children in crisis through healing arts programs in Oregon.

Mad Science transports artists to the year 2045 to conquer planetary and social issues as scientists. On July 12 at 7pm, the Mad Science laboratory hangs a shingle at Gallery 135 in Portland. If you’re in town, stop by to witness the verdant intersection of art and science and a bunch of people having fun. Featured creatives include friends from Wieden, Nike, iDL and a ton of freestylers, plus music by Jaeho and Gemo Wong. Proceeds from the show will benefit CHAP, a nonprofit organization supporting children in crisis through healing arts programs in Oregon.


Sand grains magnified 110-250 times — tips of spiral shells, bits of coral, shell fragments, protozoa, volcanic material, calcium carbonate shells, biogenic sundries, fragments of baby sea urchin shells and tiny crystals from Maui, Lake Winnibigoshish, Okinawa, Zushi Beach and the Virgin Islands. Thank you, nature.





See more photos, credits and a pretty cool video here.

Sand grains magnified 110-250 times — tips of spiral shells, bits of coral, shell fragments, protozoa, volcanic material, calcium carbonate shells, biogenic sundries, fragments of baby sea urchin shells and tiny crystals from Maui, Lake Winnibigoshish, Okinawa, Zushi Beach and the Virgin Islands. Thank you, nature.

See more photos, credits and a pretty cool video here.


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