Currently at Fifty24SF in San Francisco, California is street artist Nychos’s solo show, “Street Anatomy.” The show features a series of the Austria based artist’s world renown, split open subjects where their insides are displayed in full anatomical glory. Along with the show Nychos put up several murals around the Bay Area. You can see more images of Nychos at work as well as work from the show below:
Cody William Smith is a professional Photographer and Director of Photography. Originally from Reno Nevada, he moved to Los Angeles in 2011 and earned his BFA in Cinema from Columbia College in 2012. As a photographer he specializes in landscape, fine art, and environmental portraiture. He also freelances as a gaffer, 1st AC, and photography assistant.
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Fun fact: (genetic) men see fewer shades of red than (genetic) women do because the gene that allows for the color perception of red exists only on the X chromosome, so women have twice the red-perception powers. The theory is, because women were typically gatherers, they needed to be able to tell the difference between poisonous berries and non-poisonous ones based on their color. (source)
So, to a man, something may appear to be simply red. But to a woman, it can be ruby, brick, rust, maroon, crimson… or blood orange.
I’m a woman an this is fuckin red.
Tensegrity Space frame Light by Michal Maciej Bartosik
Comprised of a four strut lamp module whose geometry is the derivative of a cube.