‘Agape’ is loving a person for exactly who they are – not who we hope they’ll become…

“‘Agape’ is loving a person for exactly who they are – not who we hope they’ll become with enough fixing. It’s this idea that every person has their layers, so you can never confine a person to only what you know about them from the first glance. It’s stacked on the premise that to love… Read More ‘Agape’ is loving a person for exactly who they are – not who we hope they’ll become…

A Pair of Sharks Photographed Through a Cresting Wave by Sean Scott

Photographer Sean Scott was headed to Red Bluff in Western Australia, a remote camping location where the desert meets the Indian Ocean, when he spotted a giant pack of fish congregated near the shore. Feasting on this bait ball were about 200 bronze whaler sharks which Scott began to follow with his drone. Once the… Read More A Pair of Sharks Photographed Through a Cresting Wave by Sean Scott

Bonsai Tree and Sea Creature Sculptures Crafted from Blown Glass by Simone Crestani

Glass artist Simone Crestani uses borosilicate glass with a lampworking technique to create detailed glass sculptures. Each piece imitates imperfect organic forms such as twisting Japanese bonsai trees or lopsided coral. Bonsai is an ongoing theme Crestani often returns to, and views as being a base of his studio practice. “The bonsai is a concentration… Read More Bonsai Tree and Sea Creature Sculptures Crafted from Blown Glass by Simone Crestani

A visual history of NASA, America’s most beloved federal agency

A new visual history, featuring hundreds of rare photos, diagrams, and technical drawings, digs into NASA’s immense and influential photo archives. There’s a moment in Taschen’s new visual history of NASA, The NASA Archives, where Neil Armstrong describes piloting an experimental X-15 plane to the outer edge of the atmosphere–and realizing he couldn’t get back… Read More A visual history of NASA, America’s most beloved federal agency