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via del.ico.us, gorgeous photography by Justine Cooper at Kayashya Hildegrand Gallery: Saved by Science, large-format photographs of selections from the vast scientific collections stored in the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Wow.

(Also, a note: We have two new OverAll pages, here and here. I especially like the last set, and especially the last tile of the last set. I have a beige/brown tint on these because I like the way it works with underlying color, but you can always desaturate to get rid of it.)

Posted by taz on April 26, 2005 at 11:40 AM in Art, Photography | Permalink

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some great shots on that site- esp. the rooster and "runaway". also enjoyed browsing the backgrounds - have been meaning to make available my own stash of patterns...

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Posted by: wp | Apr 4, 2006 5:37:47 AM