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WildLife Drone Is Specially Designed to Rescue Injured Wild Animals

Rescuing wild animals are not easy, it takes many considerations and careful plans to make sure our intervention doesn’t make it worst. WildLife Drone is a conceptual project specially designed to help rescue team when they need to rescue wild animals. This unmanned aerial vehicle can be used to inject several things such as hormonal […] WildLife Drone Is Specially Designed to Rescue Injured Wild Animals is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

supersonicart: Alex Garant’s “Deconstructing Identities” at...

supersonicart : Alex Garant’s “Deconstructing Identities” at LMOAH. Currently virtually on view at Lancaster Museum of Art and presented by Thinkspace Projects as part of their curated exhibitions, “The New Vanguard III,” is artist Alex Garant’s exhilarating new body of work, “Deconstructing Identities.” Not unlike the fugitive flicker of a screen or the spectral layering of multiple film exposures, her portraits reveal an unsettling multiplicity, shifting beneath the subject’s surface. Garant creates faces that challenge the optics of identity and the reductive way in which it is perceived, with a visual gimmick that quite literally dislodges and displaces its coherence to produce skittering psychological images of fracture and ricochet. Garant has long been fascinated by the interaction of patterns and symmetry, and the resulting optics of their graphic repetition and layering. Her portraits begin with a series of superimposed drawings based on her sitters, a

supersonicart: Alex Garant’s “Deconstructing Identities” at... crss

supersonicart : Alex Garant’s “Deconstructing Identities” at LMOAH. Currently virtually on view at Lancaster Museum of Art and presented by Thinkspace Projects as part of their curated exhibitions, “The New Vanguard III,” is artist Alex Garant’s exhilarating new body of work, “Deconstructing Identities.” Not unlike the fugitive flicker of a screen or the spectral layering of multiple film exposures, her portraits reveal an unsettling multiplicity, shifting beneath the subject’s surface. Garant creates faces that challenge the optics of identity and the reductive way in which it is perceived, with a visual gimmick that quite literally dislodges and displaces its coherence to produce skittering psychological images of fracture and ricochet. Garant has long been fascinated by the interaction of patterns and symmetry, and the resulting optics of their graphic repetition and layering. Her portraits begin with a series of superimposed drawings based on her sitters, a

crossconnectmag: Street Views by Alice Tye Starting in Miami...

crossconnectmag : Street Views by Alice Tye Starting in Miami and travelling through the southern states of the US before ending in Palm Desert, California, Street View Road Trip explores a variety of American landscapes. Using only Google Street View for reference, the paintings make use of the distorted perspective created by the revolving camera to create scenes that are both vivid and detailed yet eerily still. The streets are empty, a parked car sits outside a motel, a single car follows in the distance. The paintings capture the iconic American tropes – the cars, the motels, the wide roads, yet the scenes do not feel idealised or bombastic. They are simply single moments captured in a (virtual) trip. Follow us!  @crossconnectmag

Emily Wright (AHKI) is a Melbourne based artist/illustrator who...

Emily Wright (AHKI) is a Melbourne based artist/illustrator who works primarily in graphite pencil, yet sometimes dabbles in paints and colour when the time is right. Emily’s pieces predominantly revolve around the natural world, and all of its living inhabitants; a direct reflection of Emily’s own love of nature and the outdoors.  Emily’s work is filled with fine detail and delicacy. Her pieces also often focus around the female form and the connection of femininity with the natural world. A successful exhibiting artist, Emily surrounds herself with other Melbourne based artists, musicians, and creatives to keep her inspired and constantly motivated.   Follow us on Tumblr: @crossconnectmag ​

crossconnectmag: Street Views by Alice Tye Starting in Miami... crss

crossconnectmag : Street Views by Alice Tye Starting in Miami and travelling through the southern states of the US before ending in Palm Desert, California, Street View Road Trip explores a variety of American landscapes. Using only Google Street View for reference, the paintings make use of the distorted perspective created by the revolving camera to create scenes that are both vivid and detailed yet eerily still. The streets are empty, a parked car sits outside a motel, a single car follows in the distance. The paintings capture the iconic American tropes – the cars, the motels, the wide roads, yet the scenes do not feel idealised or bombastic. They are simply single moments captured in a (virtual) trip. Follow us!  @crossconnectmag crss

Emily Wright (AHKI) is a Melbourne based artist/illustrator who... crss

Emily Wright (AHKI) is a Melbourne based artist/illustrator who works primarily in graphite pencil, yet sometimes dabbles in paints and colour when the time is right. Emily’s pieces predominantly revolve around the natural world, and all of its living inhabitants; a direct reflection of Emily’s own love of nature and the outdoors.  Emily’s work is filled with fine detail and delicacy. Her pieces also often focus around the female form and the connection of femininity with the natural world. A successful exhibiting artist, Emily surrounds herself with other Melbourne based artists, musicians, and creatives to keep her inspired and constantly motivated.   Follow us on Tumblr: @crossconnectmag ​ crss

Street View by Alice TyeStarting in Miami and travelling through...

Street View by Alice Tye Starting in Miami and travelling through the southern states of the US before ending in Palm Desert, California, Street View Road Trip explores a variety of American landscapes. Using only Google Street View for reference, the paintings make use of the distorted perspective created by the revolving camera to create scenes that are both vivid and detailed yet eerily still. The streets are empty, a parked car sits outside a motel, a single car follows in the distance. The paintings capture the iconic American tropes – the cars, the motels, the wide roads, yet the scenes do not feel idealised or bombastic. They are simply single moments captured in a (virtual) trip. @crossconnectmag

Street View by Alice TyeStarting in Miami and travelling through... crss

Street View by Alice Tye Starting in Miami and travelling through the southern states of the US before ending in Palm Desert, California, Street View Road Trip explores a variety of American landscapes. Using only Google Street View for reference, the paintings make use of the distorted perspective created by the revolving camera to create scenes that are both vivid and detailed yet eerily still. The streets are empty, a parked car sits outside a motel, a single car follows in the distance. The paintings capture the iconic American tropes – the cars, the motels, the wide roads, yet the scenes do not feel idealised or bombastic. They are simply single moments captured in a (virtual) trip. @crossconnectmag crss