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Ηow To Photograph The Soul By Predrag Pajdic

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Georg Dionysius Ehret’s botanical illustrations are amazing.

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 Annie French (1872-1965)

The castle on the hill. British, 1872-1965

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The cloud and the bee by *Al-Baum

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Anne Brigman, Spiderweb, 1915

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Kutnahorite

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Science is lovely in silk (at least it is in the hands of Karen Kamenetzky).

Kamenetzky on her work:

I dye, paint and stitch cottons and silks to create boldly colored wallhangings inspired by microscopic/cellular imagery - a kind of visual invented biology with textiles. I find this imagery metaphorically rich since all change fundamentally happens on this infinitesimal level.

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