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Extensive Archive of Avant-Garde & Modernist Magazines (1890-1939) Now Available Online Having once been involved in the founding of an arts magazine, I have experienced intimately the ways in which such an endeavor can depend upon a community of equals pooling a diversity of skills. The process can be painful: egos compete, certain elements seek to dominate, but the successful product of such a collaborative effort will represent a living community of artists, writers, editors, and other masters of technique who subordinate their individual wills, temporarily, to the will of a collective, creating new gestalt identities from conceptual atoms. As Monoskop---“a wiki for collaborative studies of art, media and the humanities”---points out, “the whole” of an arts magazine, “could become greater than the sum of its parts.” Often when this happens, a publication can serve as the platform or nucleus of an entirely new movement.

Jubilothèque — Fonds Giard The BUPMC preserves in its section Biologie Recherche the library constituted by Alfred Giard (1846-1908), French zoologist who contributed to the dissemination of the idea of the evolution of species in France. The collection exemplifies the research led by the scientist at the Lille Faculty of science, where he first worked, at the Wimereux maritime zoology laboratory, created and funded by his own contribution in 1874, at the Ecole normale supérieure (from 1887), at the chair in history of evolution of organized beings (which he was the first appointed to in 1888) and at the Académie des sciences (1900). The collection shows how difficult was the adoption of the theory of evolution by the French university, but the number of research works in descriptive biology still used in parasitology and marine biology makes it exceed the pure historical interest. The monographs selected for digitization include in particular books by A.

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Movies : Free Movies : Free Download, Borrow and Streaming by Internet Archive Feature films, shorts , silent films and trailers are available for viewing and downloading. Enjoy! Illustrations - Roberto Ziche I haven’t had enough opportunities in my past to do large, high quality illustrations, where every detail is carefully crafted. I did a few DVD and book covers while working with the documentation team, but only a few were using my own models and renderings. Often I was just improving materials, lighting, and composition of existing content created by the book or DVD author. More recently, I did a couple of poster-size images, and really enjoyed it. Since they were not related to any work project, I had the time and freedom to try new techniques, different renderers, and create efficient workflows for very large images. My California Lotto Strategy

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Aaron Kuehn - Muscular Typogram Flex your skills by extending your knowledge of human kinetics with this muscular articulation of typographic origin. Analyze the lateral and medial surfaces simultaneously. Use your complex facial muscles to express your satisfaction with the Muscular Typogram. Muscular Typogram by Aaron Kuehn is Copyrighted. Included is a CC BY-NC-ND License, which allows you to share the PNG File on this page, under the following conditions: - Credit me: "Aaron Kuehn" - No commercial use - No changes to the image

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Space in Images Captured on 1 October 2018 by the Copernicus Sentinel-2A satellite, this image features part of northeast Kenya – an area east of the East African Rift. The region tends to be very arid and this false-colour image has been processed to highlight different types of rock, soil and sand in pinks, purples and yellows. The bright green at the top of the image depicts vegetation, but the rest of the area appears relatively devoid of vegetation.

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