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Friday

Plumber's Vehicle Trompe l'oeil Illusion

Sci-Art Bloggers Friday Favorites

This is a fun optical illusion. Have you ever seen something similar in your travels?

If you have seen an illusion like this around your town snap a picture and e-mail it to me.

Plumber Driving Optical Illusion image

Well this is early in the formation of the Sci-Art bloggers. A group that frequently covers that area where art and science overlap.

I would like to welcome Bibi of Bibi's Box to the group. She lives in São Paulo, Brazil and is the second member of this group outside of the USA.

Below are some postings from our members that I picked for our third Friday Favorites set.

From:

Bibi's Box "Color Portrait of the English Language"
Inner_Muse "HoneyDew"
The Daily Poligraf "Rained In"
She Dreams in Digital "Photo and Media Festival - Davison Michigan" Stacy will be exhibiting her work at this festival, Good Luck Sya.
What Is It? "This weeks photos"
Artsy Science "Cobalt Cushiness"

As our group grows I will only put posts here that are submitted by the members. But until then enjoy some fascinating posts for this week.







1 comments:

Walt said...

The below comments previously archived on haloscan.com

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Holy crap! I couldn't post under the fractal, so I posted here instead. You're the first to post fractals. I had now idea that they generate one every day! That's so awesome. I scored off the chat in my design class last semester because I created fractals and other similar designs with a sharpie. They are really tough to design by hand. I actually created them by accident and then discovered what a fractal was. I found a book about fractals in nature. I love how there is a design in everything. Everywhere I go I look for patterns. I'm obsessed! I wish I had seen this stuff before. I would have been Rainman.

Thanks... blogroll!

Danielle | Homepage | 08.21.05 - 1:54 am

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Hey! Thanks for the replay. You'll have to go to my site and check out what I posted. I blogrolled you too, along with other blogs that I found most interesting. I found an astronomy blog, also, so I'm sure i'll have fun with that when I start astronomy class Wed.

Thanks again and I'll def. check back as frequent as a fractal equation. :P I'm such a dork.

Danielle | Homepage | 08.21.05 - 2:46 pm

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