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crossconnectmag: Gorgeous Mountainscapes by Paolo... crss

crossconnectmag : Gorgeous Mountainscapes by Paolo Pettigiani Check out the beautiful mountainscapes by  Paolo Pettigani . The Italian, a photographer and graphic designer, is currently based in New York City. In addition to creating stunning photos and design work, Paolo is also a snowboard instructor. Find more of Paolo Pettigani’s work on Instagram. Stay up to date. Follow Cross Connect Magazine: Tumblr | Instagram | Facebook | Posted by Dan crss

crossconnectmag: Gorgeous Mountainscapes by Paolo...

crossconnectmag : Gorgeous Mountainscapes by Paolo Pettigiani Check out the beautiful mountainscapes by  Paolo Pettigani . The Italian, a photographer and graphic designer, is currently based in New York City. In addition to creating stunning photos and design work, Paolo is also a snowboard instructor. Find more of Paolo Pettigani’s work on Instagram. Stay up to date. Follow Cross Connect Magazine: Tumblr | Instagram | Facebook | Posted by Dan

In 1962, “West Side Story” took home ten Oscars,...

In 1962, “West Side Story” took home ten Oscars, including Film Editing, which went to Thomas Stanford. Over the course of his career, Stanford, who got his start on Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s “Suddenly, Last Summer,” collaborated with filmmakers including Sydney Pollack and Mark Rydell. Today, we remember him.

Illustrations by Alice Lin Alice Lin, a.k.a. Xu Linlin, living...

Illustrations by  Alice Lin Alice Lin, a.k.a. Xu Linlin, living in Beijing, is a freelance artist as well as painter and 3D Art with a passion for new Chinese meticulous painting and 3D projection art. She first fell in love with the technique when she was a child, inspired by Chinese tradition techniques and Surrealism. Alice style is rich and full of details, harmonizes apparently discordant elements and intertwines them together by a skillful use of drawings and paintings. The resulting is unique, fanciful whimsical, undertones of wit and a good old vivid finish. This new and fascinating wonderland of possible realities combines with the human figure, plants, animals into a singular, calm, dark vision.  Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page.  posted by tu recepcja

Illustrations by Alice Lin Alice Lin, a.k.a. Xu Linlin, living... crss

Illustrations by  Alice Lin Alice Lin, a.k.a. Xu Linlin, living in Beijing, is a freelance artist as well as painter and 3D Art with a passion for new Chinese meticulous painting and 3D projection art. She first fell in love with the technique when she was a child, inspired by Chinese tradition techniques and Surrealism. Alice style is rich and full of details, harmonizes apparently discordant elements and intertwines them together by a skillful use of drawings and paintings. The resulting is unique, fanciful whimsical, undertones of wit and a good old vivid finish. This new and fascinating wonderland of possible realities combines with the human figure, plants, animals into a singular, calm, dark vision.  Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page.  posted by tu recepcja crss

What Has Science Taught Us In 2017?

Taking a tow down memory lane, the year 2017 held so much spectacular events. No, this is not about President Donald Trump’s twitter fights and all the unimportant confusions and contraptions we were all forced to deal with. The article  The Top 10 Science Stories of 2017 by Andrea Gawrylewski gives us a breakdown of the most important scientific happenings witnessed during the year. While we are still trying to grasp many of these events, the list looks interesting and we hope 2018 comes with breathtaking, science happenings like the outgoing year. The Many Faces Of The Science Events Witnessed in 2017  Science events happened in several categories. In this article, Andrea Gawrylewski selected the two most important developments in five topic areas, based on editor’s top picks and the most popular articles at shared on Scientific American. It is interesting to see that the list covers: Space and Physics; Sustainability and climate; Technology; Health; Mind and brain. Scien