After discovering a batch of negatives that had been left in a thin layer of chemicals for months, Rohn Meijer decided, why not develop them?
To his surprise, the damaged negatives produced stunning images with fascinating coloration.
Scenes from "The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace."
(Full disclosure: one of the filmmakers is a former Radiolab intern, and we’re very proud!)
The public only gets to see a carefully curated version of the collections at natural history museums.
Hidden from view, there’s a second museum, sprawling in scope, full of character and occasionally gross.
No place is more hidden than the Whale Warehouse. Go inside in the first installment of AudioVision.
"This blue whale skull has been here since it got hit by a ship in 1985, and it’s still leaking.”
The New York Times Magazine has an extraordinary story about the custom prosthetic limbs being made by Sophie de Oliveira Barata, with beautiful portraits by Nadav Kander. Go look.
Snazzy Google doodle today, honoring “human computer” Shakuntala Devi.
The infographic whiz kids at Pop Chart Lab strike again, this time with a subject near and dear to our hearts: The Advance of Audio Apparatuses.
Have I ever mentioned how much I love, love, love, the Nikon Small World Photomicography Competition? Well I’m mentioning it now. The 2013 winners have been announced.