Space is only 80 miles from every person on earth - far closer than most people are to their own national capitals. Daniel Deudney, Introduction to Space (via whats-out-there)


Alexander Tsiaras’ Anatomical Photography

You’ve seen his art before on tumblr, in google search gif sets (where I found some of these images) and facebook, but you likely don’t know the author of the art because people fail to give artists credit. Tsiaras’ work pops up on my dash constantly and has never been sourced as far as I’ve seen it. So here you go, tumblr. Meet the artist. Learn more in the links provided below.

"Alexander Tsiaras, Founder, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of TheVisualMD, has been called a "Digital Age Leonardo da Vinci". He is a technology innovator, whose roots are based in his art and science photojournalism background. Tsiaras has developed cutting edge scientific imaging software that enables him to scan and record the human body at every stage; from a single cell at the moment of conception, through the biological development of man and woman and he tells compelling stories of wellness and prevention with them. His images simply and compellingly explain health and illness in terms that anyone can understand. Most importantly, they give you a visual map to plan your own optimal Health!"

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(Source: Alexander Tsiaras)

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You Don’t Tell Buster Keaton He Can’t Do A Stunt

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The Impermanence of Pleasure

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Trying to sleep while drunk

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Someday, everyone will be dead.


The Gif Connoisseur, Reprise (2014) 

"The Gif Connoisseur is a Tumblr blog of edited GIFs sourced from various creators. The main draw of the blog is its feature of a man in a light blue suit who seems to be gazing at a famous painting in a museum but instead he looks at various moving, digital images. His posture appears oddly nonchalant considering the psychedelic movements he is staring at though it gives the whole project a quirky and humorous touch." - iGnant.

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The upside of research: you get to tackle problems nobody has tackled before

The downside of research: you have to tackle problems nobody has tackled before

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