I could not love John Green any more.
I could not love Hannah Hart any more.
(This is a video I made last year discussing marriage equality.)
When Greg Dunn finished his Ph.D. in neuroscience at Penn in 2011, he bought himself a sensory deprivation tank as a graduation present. The gift marked a major life transition, from the world of science to a life of meditation and art.
Now a full-time artist living in Philadelphia, Dunn says he was inspired in his grad-student days by the spare beauty of neurons treated with certain stains. The Golgi stain, for example, will turn one or two neurons black against a golden background. ”It has this Zen quality to it that really appealed to me,” Dunn said.
TOSSING A FRISBEE ON A SMOKE-FILLED STREET IN NORTH BIRMINGHAM, MOST HEAVILY POLLUTED AREA OF THE CITY, 07/1972
From the Records of the Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970 - )
This young boy plays for the camera on a polluted street in Alabama. DOCUMERICA spotlighted environmental concerns such as poor air quality in America’s cities.
Children of migrant farm workers, San Joaquin Valley, Calif., 1959.
(Michael Rougier—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Let my actions say what my words cannot...
Literally just screaming…. I CAN’T. I CAN’T. sdgalksdjghlaksdghjlASDGJKH
Penguin Miscellaneous Series First edition published in 1960.
Cover design by John Griffiths