taylorsartsanddraws:

keep your shit together

taylorsartsanddraws:

keep your shit together

(Source: taylorjeanart)

eatsleepdraw:

My Very Long Scarf
by Liarnie
Cargo Collective/Tumblr

eatsleepdraw:

My Very Long Scarf

by Liarnie

Cargo Collective/Tumblr

rcruzniemiec:

My Desk Miguel Mestre

“My Desk’s concept is freedom. Freedom from the boundaries of your notebook pages and post-its. My Desk gives a 100x70cm blank paper that serves literally as base for your work and helps your mind flow. Sketch, draw, take annotations or simply scribble.”

(via cuteinternetboy)

zitterberg:

Claudiu Cândea

(via specularreflection)

jonpow:

always

jonpow:

always

(via -harlequin-)

eatsleepdraw:

from the speech “everyone’s free to wear sunscreen” performed by baz lurman for a commencement speech at a college i don’t recall. The speech is supposed to be a reading of an article that gained a cult fame
more here

eatsleepdraw:

from the speech “everyone’s free to wear sunscreen” performed by baz lurman for a commencement speech at a college i don’t recall. The speech is supposed to be a reading of an article that gained a cult fame

more here

gryffindors:

i made a sketch of lana today! it’s been years since i’ve drawn someone from a photo, and i’ve forgotten how to do so much, but it was a lot of fun. :) 

gryffindors:

i made a sketch of lana today! it’s been years since i’ve drawn someone from a photo, and i’ve forgotten how to do so much, but it was a lot of fun. :) 

(via lavish)

icarusglass:

american coot

icarusglass:

american coot

(Source: wormyorchids, via specularreflection)

biofixer:

Mycoplasma mycoides:

A painting of an entire Mycoplasma mycoides cell. The cell shown is about 250 nanometers in diameter, which is at the small end of the range of observed sizes. The macromolecules were shownat reasonable locations and concentrations, and with the actual shapes and sizes.

Key

Protein synthesis (labels in black)

1. DNA
2. DNA polymerase
3. single-stranded-DNA binding protein (protects single-stranded portions during replication)
4. RNA polymerase
5. messenger RNA
6. ribosome
7. transfer RNA (in pink) and elongation factor Tu (in blue)
8. elongation factor Tu and Ts
9. elongation factor G
10. aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases
11. topoisomerases
12. Rec system for DNA repair: a) RecA, b) RecBC
13. chaperonin GroEL (helps folding of new proteins)
14. proteasome ClpA (destroys old proteins)

Enzymes for energy production (labels in red)

15. glycolytic enymes
16. pyruvate dehydrogenase complex

Membrane proteins (labels in blue)

17. ATP synthase
18. secretory proteins
19. sodium pump
20. zinc transporter
21. magnesium transporter
22. ABC transporter (different ABC transporters transport different types of molecules-ABC is short for “ATP-binding cassette”)
23. magnesium transporter
24. lypoglycan (long carbohydrate chains connected to lipid in the membrane)

(Credit: David Goodsell)

cosascool:

Going out on A Limb, Performance/Sculpture by Jason Ferguson

(via vernalized-deactivated20120815)