Posts Tagged: biology

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THE SMALLEST FONT? DNA LETTERS ON A NANOMETER SCALE

Link nature.com fastcodesign MONDAY 06.25.2012 , POSTED BY BENJAMIN STARR Have you ever found yourself needing to pack a lot of text into a small space? Are you a designer with a project requiring loads of fine print? Fear not, typography on a

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THE SMALLEST FONT? DNA LETTERS ON A NANOMETER SCALE

Link nature.com fastcodesign MONDAY 06.25.2012 , POSTED BY BENJAMIN STARR Have you ever found yourself needing to pack a lot of text into a small space? Are you a designer with a project requiring loads of fine print? Fear not, typography on a

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Mycelium [Processing]

Link Mycelium is a simulation of fungal hyphae growth using images as food, created by Ryan Alexander. The project originally started in 2005 while he was working at Logan in Venice, California. Click images to see full size. Hyphae(菌絲) grow into

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Mycelium [Processing]

Link Mycelium is a simulation of fungal hyphae growth using images as food, created by Ryan Alexander. The project originally started in 2005 while he was working at Logan in Venice, California. Click images to see full size. Hyphae(菌絲) grow into

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The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts

Link   “Living Artefacts” is a project by Stefan Schwabe, a student of Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art. Stefan is exploring the subject of “natural” and “artificial” by using bacterial cellulose(細菌纖維素) to harvest(收穫) artefacts. It is during these

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The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts

Link   “Living Artefacts” is a project by Stefan Schwabe, a student of Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art. Stefan is exploring the subject of “natural” and “artificial” by using bacterial cellulose(細菌纖維素) to harvest(收穫) artefacts. It is during these

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Growth Assembly

Link   Sascha Pohflepp Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg   In collaboration with Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, illustrations by Sion Ap Tomos After the cost of energy had made global shipping of raw materials and packaged goods unimaginable, only the rich could afford traditional, mass-produced

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Growth Assembly

Link   Sascha Pohflepp Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg   In collaboration with Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, illustrations by Sion Ap Tomos After the cost of energy had made global shipping of raw materials and packaged goods unimaginable, only the rich could afford traditional, mass-produced