The poor stays poor the rich get richer it’s just so disproportionate. Get outta here!

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Open Source Beehives Crowdfunding Video from Open Tech Collaborative on Vimeo.

Check out our crowd-funding campaign:

The Open Source Beehives project is a collaborative response to the threat faced by bee populations in industrialised nations around the world. The project proposes to design hives that can support bee colonies in a sustainable way, to monitor and track the health and behaviour of a colony as it develops. Each hive contains an open source sensory kit, The Smart Citizen Kit (SCK), which can transmit to an open data platform:

These sensor enhanced hive designs are open and freely available online, the data collected from each hive is published together with geolocations allowing for a further comparison and analysis of the hives.


Cuando no estoy haciendo viñetas, gif animados o cortometrajes, me dedico a hacer estas cosas con huesos con mis compañeros de Bioscripts

2001 TK Fran sigue siendo mejor que’l ahora.

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Kayden + Rain from Nicole Byon on Vimeo.

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Kayden’s first time experiencing rain ^__^


Cretaceous Blue Moon, by Robert Nicholls | Tumblr | Facebook.

"By the light of the moon a spectacular annual gathering of Elasmosaurus platyurus takes place. Their courtship requires them to raise their long necks high out of the water to display their strength and suitability for mating. Remarkably the elasmosaurs chose this particular time and place because it coincides with a seasonal bloom of bioluminescent plankton, which make them glow blue.

I first sketched this idea in 2006-2007ish. I would like to be able to say this is the first artwork illustrating _Elasmosaurus_ using their necks this way but I was too slow to producing this image and the brilliant John Conway beat me to it. Nevertheless, the composition is completely unique and I am pretty sure a bioluminescent gathering is a first in the world of paleoart!”