Just saw a Flickr photo by Tim Williams on display @ the Phily Zoo! # Blitzkrieg of activities today; zoo, Big Bus tour, Natural Science Museum, and now the pirates exhibit @ the Franklin. # Powered by Twitter Tools.
Not being a medical student, I can’t begin to fully appreciate what I saw, but I can say that I would never have otherwise been able to examine cadavers as I did here.
Tomorrow evening we’re heading out to BODIES, The Exhibition at the Atlanta Civic Center. I only just heard about it from the co-workers Friday, but it really sounded like something right up my alley. It’s being marketed as an artistic presentation of human anatomy. The models are made from human cadavers, and then preserved using… Continue reading BODIES, The Exhibition (Atlanta)
I have mixed feelings about this one. The Answers in Genesis group is working to put together the funds for the “Creation Museum” in Cincinnati. On the one hand, it seems really cool that a creationists natural history museum includes such things as dinosaurs in their perspective. I may not know enough about creationism, but… Continue reading Creation Museum
From a product I viewed (MoCoLoco: Algue) recently, home decor takes an organic leap forward. The product is one of Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec’s designs. The Bouroullec’s are brothers in the modern art industry. Some of their material is on display at the New York Museum of Modern Art, and their resumes continue to impress.… Continue reading Algal Blooms for your Spring Decorating Tips