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Atsushi Koyama

Koyama’s illustrations provide a glimpse into a parallel world where humans and machines work in symbiosis. Art meets science and engineering meets the humanities in illustrations which combine mechanical schematics with body studies.


Hueman Nature

Hueman taps into the human condition to create freestyle mash-ups of the abstract and figurative. A hybrid artist, she works bot on canvas and in the streets. Whether using oil paint or a spraycan, her vibrant work is highly recognizable.


Ink + Water
Kim Keever

Dubbed the “hydroponic Jackson Pollock,” Kim Keever started out with landscapes before taking an abrupt turn with this abstract series featuring voluminous forms and vibrant colors. The artist’s canvas? A 200 gallon fish tank.


Pillars of Creation

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has revisited the famous Pillars of Creation, revealing a sharper and wider view. Astronomers combined several exposures to assemble the view of these pillars which are about 5 light-years tall.


Seeds Under Microscope
Kaitlyn Schwalje

Kaitlyn Schwalje is a Copenhagen based designer, scientist, and storyteller whose work aims to take the untold story and push it from out of the shadows. In this series, Kaitlyn images seeds under a scanning electron microscope.