a night in tunisia
tila barrionuevo, 21 - campinas, brasil
a night in tunisia
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magictransistor:

Friedrich Maurer. Der Compass der Weisen (The Compass of the Wise). 1782.
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magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
magictransistor:

René Bull [1872-1942]
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infinity-imagined:

Artistic microscope slides produced in the Victorian era (1840~1900) by arranging hundreds of tiny diatoms into intricate patterns.  This was often accomplished by using a single hair to move the diatoms in a special chamber that prevented disturbance to the slide.  The fabrication of these amazing objects must have required incredible patience, attention to detail, and a steady hand.
infinity-imagined:

Artistic microscope slides produced in the Victorian era (1840~1900) by arranging hundreds of tiny diatoms into intricate patterns.  This was often accomplished by using a single hair to move the diatoms in a special chamber that prevented disturbance to the slide.  The fabrication of these amazing objects must have required incredible patience, attention to detail, and a steady hand.
infinity-imagined:

Artistic microscope slides produced in the Victorian era (1840~1900) by arranging hundreds of tiny diatoms into intricate patterns.  This was often accomplished by using a single hair to move the diatoms in a special chamber that prevented disturbance to the slide.  The fabrication of these amazing objects must have required incredible patience, attention to detail, and a steady hand.
infinity-imagined:

Artistic microscope slides produced in the Victorian era (1840~1900) by arranging hundreds of tiny diatoms into intricate patterns.  This was often accomplished by using a single hair to move the diatoms in a special chamber that prevented disturbance to the slide.  The fabrication of these amazing objects must have required incredible patience, attention to detail, and a steady hand.
infinity-imagined:

Artistic microscope slides produced in the Victorian era (1840~1900) by arranging hundreds of tiny diatoms into intricate patterns.  This was often accomplished by using a single hair to move the diatoms in a special chamber that prevented disturbance to the slide.  The fabrication of these amazing objects must have required incredible patience, attention to detail, and a steady hand.
infinity-imagined:

Artistic microscope slides produced in the Victorian era (1840~1900) by arranging hundreds of tiny diatoms into intricate patterns.  This was often accomplished by using a single hair to move the diatoms in a special chamber that prevented disturbance to the slide.  The fabrication of these amazing objects must have required incredible patience, attention to detail, and a steady hand.
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John Harris, The Zig-Zag
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70sscifiart:

Ron Lightburn
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penabranca:

©Penabranca
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penabranca:

Aural Bleeding
This is actually the cover that I made for the mix featuring the main influences of my music outcome, Camel Heads. Will post later this or next week.
©Penabranca
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magictransistor:

Carrier wave, modulating wave and modulated wave traces.
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failedfairy:

Autour de la lune