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consistent.

professional mathematician. amateur animal photographer.
music aficionado. origami hobbyist.

Erdős Number: 2

music. consistent things. ask.

milk-paws:

In progress

Some details of one of my current projects. This particular batch of work is the sort that make me feel grateful beyond words that this is what I get to do for a living.

libutron:

Tattoos of beetles

Three tattoo designs, pretty realistic and well made, illustrating three beautiful species of beetles.

Photo (and design) credit: ©tomek.litwin | [Top] - [Middle] - [Bottom] 

(via scientificillustration)

Updated Science: Keep Germs At Bay

fakescience:

Keep Germs At Bay

  • Since publishing this science in 2011, we STILL AREN’T CLEAN YET. The water needs to be hotter still.

ragafox:

you’ve got a lil’ somethin’ right there

(via considermydear)

ioanaiuliana21:

Land of mathematics

ioanaiuliana21:

Land of mathematics

(via visualizingmath)

milk-paws:

A pair of maple leaf illustrations from a recently completed a series of botanical illustrations for Lululemon’s Carrefour Laval location.
The project was a collaboration with designer Bev Wong. If you happen to be in Montreal, you can check out the final product in person, or have a peek at Bev’s portfolio.

milk-paws:

A pair of maple leaf illustrations from a recently completed a series of botanical illustrations for Lululemon’s Carrefour Laval location.

The project was a collaboration with designer Bev Wong. If you happen to be in Montreal, you can check out the final product in person, or have a peek at Bev’s portfolio.

milk-paws:

Recently completed a series of simple botanical illustrations for Lululemon’s Carrefour Laval location. These are a few of my favorites.

The project was a collaboration with designer Bev Wong. If you happen to be in Montreal, you can check out the final product in person, or have a peek at Bev’s portfolio.

familyfriendlycryingpoems:

this is my senior page

familyfriendlycryingpoems:

this is my senior page

(via kamanda-kardashian)

soak-official:

Brand new single right here. 

compassandwheel:

GIVEAWAY: One original 8” x 10” graphite drawing, a collaboration between myself and Christina Mrozik! Details Below. 


Last week a dear friends of ours was one of five folks arrested in association with a banner drop in Roanoke, VA, a combined effort of Mountain Justice, Rising Tide North America and Radical Action for Mountain People’s Survival (RAMPS). Mountain Justice explains that the action was “…in support of community demands in Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee that billionaire coal baron Jim Justice stop poisoning water, exposing communities to devastating mountaintop removal coal mining operations and leaving central Appalachia a public health disaster.”


We made this drawing of pollinators and flowers from the region impacted by Jim Justice to show our appreciation for those involved in the action, and to support their ongoing campaign. All five folks who were arrested have been released from jail but are facing an ongoing battle in the Virginal legal system. We hope our drawing will help spread their story and encourage you to help by contributing to the cause. 


TO ENTER: Like + Reblog + Consider leaning into your generosity by supporting the Mountain Justice Legal Fund! 


Thank you for your support! 


We will randomly select a winner on 9/14. 


PS - Here’s an easy way to stay up to date with the Justice to Justice Campaign!  

compassandwheel:

GIVEAWAY: One original 8” x 10” graphite drawing, a collaboration between myself and Christina Mrozik! Details Below. 
Last week a dear friends of ours was one of five folks arrested in association with a banner drop in Roanoke, VA, a combined effort of Mountain Justice, Rising Tide North America and Radical Action for Mountain People’s Survival (RAMPS). Mountain Justice explains that the action was “…in support of community demands in Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee that billionaire coal baron Jim Justice stop poisoning water, exposing communities to devastating mountaintop removal coal mining operations and leaving central Appalachia a public health disaster.”

We made this drawing of pollinators and flowers from the region impacted by Jim Justice to show our appreciation for those involved in the action, and to support their ongoing campaign. All five folks who were arrested have been released from jail but are facing an ongoing battle in the Virginal legal system. We hope our drawing will help spread their story and encourage you to help by contributing to the cause

TO ENTER: Like + Reblog + Consider leaning into your generosity by supporting the Mountain Justice Legal Fund

Thank you for your support! 

We will randomly select a winner on 9/14. 
PS - Here’s an easy way to stay up to date with the Justice to Justice Campaign!  

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