Bogushevskaya - Bogushevich - Kolybel'naya
Колыбельная - Ирина Богушевская
Kolybelʹnaya - Irina Bogushevskaya
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Intracranial recording for epilepsy
Robert Ludlow / UCL Institue of Neurology
This photograph shows the surface (cortex) of a human brain belonging to an epileptic patient. The image displays the bright red arteries that supply the brain with nutrients and oxygen and the purple veins that remove deoxygenated blood. This photograph was taken before an intracranial electrode recording procedure for epilepsy, in which electrical activity is measured from the exposed surface of the brain.
submitted by neuromatic, thanks!
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F. Luis Mora (American, born Uruguay, 1874-1940)
Exhibited 1908. Oil on canvas. Sold at Shannon’s, Milford, Connecticut, 26 April 2012
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Onorobo’s work feels highly tactile despite it being out of reach, inviting you to become carnally complicit in each piece’s primary emotion; to touch the feeling and idea it presents—want:take, hate:kill, grieve:weep, wander:search, and so on—pitch perfect.
Oh my gosh, thank you so much to the lovely folks who run this blog. I feel incredibly honored. You have some really kind things to say to me, my only wish is that I will be able to keep up with such high praises. Once again, thank you both so much, you have my sincerest gratitude. And to my watchers, these guys run a pretty cool artist feature site! If you feel up to browsing, please do check them out. : )
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Stephen Sinding (1846-1922), Adoratio (Detail), !909 (1903), Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmark
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Doodle inspired by Arrow. I’ve had so little time to draw this week, urgh.
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