rndrd: Miguel Pereira and J. C. Paiva da Silva. Modulo. 30 1962: 31

rndrd: Miguel Pereira and J. C. Paiva da Silva. Modulo. 30 1962: 31

(via straightlinesquare)

cjwhoWelcome to the Thunderdome

(via kaliko-kollectiv)

spaceexp: Crescent Saturn

spaceexp: Crescent Saturn

ryanpanos:

Bell’s Tetrahedral Kites | Socks Studio

Between 1895 and 1910 famous inventor Alexander Graham Bell worked on the construction of kites, designing, building and testing flying structures by himself. His main aim was to build kites powered by an engine able to let man fly, strong but light enough to not collapse from his own weight. After experimenting with several shapes (boxes, triangles, hexagons), Bell perfectioned kites made up of several small tetrahedral cells which showed an incredible strength even if built with ultra-light wooden sticks. As Bell explained “It is not simply braced in two directions in space like a triangle, but in three directions like a solid“.

Mackenzie Bay, Antarctica / NASA

Mackenzie Bay, Antarctica / NASA

(Source: excdus, via cfmc)

NOISE_ScanLAB Projects

NOISE_ScanLAB Projects

nearlya: Pete Fleming. The Black-Scholes Equation, graphite on paper

nearlyaPete FlemingThe Black-Scholes Equation, graphite on paper

rerylikes:
Anni Albers. Drawing from a notebook, 1970. Pencil on paper, 25.4 x 19.685 cm
[found at workman, jbe200 & fatherrabbitinteriors]

rerylikes:

Anni Albers. Drawing from a notebook, 1970. Pencil on paper, 25.4 x 19.685 cm

[found at workman, jbe200 & fatherrabbitinteriors]

rerylikesMarcel Kronenburg - Unrepeatable Carpet @ Probe (2010)

(Source: arestavaarestava)