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Portraits of giant insects ... that are actually stunning close-ups of tiny creepy-crawlies By Mike O'brien Updated: 14:39 GMT, 4 December 2011 Nobody really likes insects, bar a few cranks, natural historians and curious toddlers. But these amazing images lend them the kind of pictorial beauty normally reserved for fluffy kittens. The pictures are from the style of macro-photography where typically the finished portrait of a subject is greater than the life size. Red alert: A stunning close-up of a fly caught up in some pink wool is an incredible example of macro-photography
Dynamic Structure 29117 [c, Objects] - Ordering random structures.. by Willem van Weeghel Dynamic Structure 29117 is the latest in the collection of kinetic structures created by Willem van Weeghel in the last year. The 29117 is a mural object with dimensions of 4.20 x 2.80 m. It consists of a white background and 32 dark blue lines. These lines (made of thin stainless steel and carbon) can all rotate independently from each other.