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30th September 2014

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I make baked goods to vent my artistic  frustrations in between layers of paint drying. This might be pie #50. I don’t know, I’ve lost count…

I make baked goods to vent my artistic frustrations in between layers of paint drying. This might be pie #50. I don’t know, I’ve lost count…

Tagged: 50

30th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Akeikas with 3,152 notes

supercars-photography:

///M3

I just came.uuugghhhh

supercars-photography:

///M3

I just came.uuugghhhh

Source: supercars-photography

30th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Rocketumblr with 215 notes

rocketumbl:

Su-30

Siiiiick. A part of me misses aircraft manufacturing looking at this.

30th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from ghost in the machine with 941 notes

fer1972:

Illustrations by Atelier Olschinsky 

30th September 2014

Photo reblogged from 8 Bit Future with 114 notes

8bitfuture:

Japanese construction giant eyeing up a space elevator.
Obayashi Corporation have announced an intention to have a space elevator operational by the year 2050. While acknowledging that current technology can’t build the 96,000 kilometer long cable, they say it’s only a matter of time before technology makes the idea possible.

Robotic cars powered by magnetic linear motors will carry people and cargo to a newly-built space station, at a fraction of the cost of rockets. It will take seven days to get there.
The company said the fantasy can now become a reality because of the development of carbon nanotechnology.
"The tensile strength is almost a hundred times stronger than steel cable so it’s possible," Mr Yoji Ishikawa, a research and development manager at Obayashi, said.
"Right now we can’t make the cable long enough. We can only make 3-centimetre-long nanotubes but we need much more… we think by 2030 we’ll be able to do it."

8bitfuture:

Japanese construction giant eyeing up a space elevator.

Obayashi Corporation have announced an intention to have a space elevator operational by the year 2050. While acknowledging that current technology can’t build the 96,000 kilometer long cable, they say it’s only a matter of time before technology makes the idea possible.

Robotic cars powered by magnetic linear motors will carry people and cargo to a newly-built space station, at a fraction of the cost of rockets. It will take seven days to get there.

The company said the fantasy can now become a reality because of the development of carbon nanotechnology.

"The tensile strength is almost a hundred times stronger than steel cable so it’s possible," Mr Yoji Ishikawa, a research and development manager at Obayashi, said.

"Right now we can’t make the cable long enough. We can only make 3-centimetre-long nanotubes but we need much more… we think by 2030 we’ll be able to do it."

29th September 2014

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27th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Drawing ARCHITECTURE with 3,605 notes

drawingarchitecture:

Dan Liu, Capriccio of Coal Exchange. 

drawingarchitecture:

Dan Liu, Capriccio of Coal Exchange. 

27th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Drawing ARCHITECTURE with 696 notes

drawingarchitecture:

Jessica Luscher, Stillness in Motion: Excavation of an Alpine Soundscape, Sound Vessel Interior Rendering, 2014, Rhino, Vray, Photoshop, pastel, pen and ink.

drawingarchitecture:

Jessica Luscher, Stillness in Motion: Excavation of an Alpine Soundscape, Sound Vessel Interior Rendering, 2014, Rhino, Vray, Photoshop, pastel, pen and ink.

27th September 2014

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I would consider this to be the ugly phase of the painting. When you hit it, all you want to do is burn it but it’s the breaking point towards finishing

I would consider this to be the ugly phase of the painting. When you hit it, all you want to do is burn it but it’s the breaking point towards finishing

27th September 2014

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4am. painting progress is good. I still love you when my guard is down and It hurts.