904, 2015

The Magnetic Art of Clay Taylor

Clay Taylor is a multidisciplinary polymath based out of Los Angeles, California. He works to constantly unify his seemingly disparate interests into a cohesive body of work.  He incorporates his studies of energy, […]

2702, 2015

MC Escher’s Art of Mathematical Adventure

Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is one of the world’s most famous graphic artists. His art is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world, as can be seen on the many web […]

1602, 2015

You won’t be able to Take your Eyes off these Spinning 3 Print Job

This series of 3D printed sculptures was designed in such a way that the appendages match Fibonacci’s Sequence, a mathematical sequence that manifests naturally in objects like sunflowers and pinecones. When the sculptures […]

1502, 2015

The Stairway of the Trivium by Mark Passio

The trivium isn’t a thing, a book of rules. It, like semantics is the study of language and its effects and movments on the subconscious and the formation of the mind. The word […]

2301, 2015

The Nature and Dynamics of Vibration, Oscillation and Toroids

“What would it mean to your research and inventions if you could switch polarities between poles and regulate their power levels?”

Pond Science Institute releases a video series overview of Dale Ponds latest book Keely’s […]

2812, 2014

DIY Green Moss Graffiti

It may be chilly and inauspicious out at this time, yet soon spring will arrive and bring greenery and warm climate. On the off chance that you have a green thumb and creative […]

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