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Japanese star map. Tenmon Bun’ya no zu (map showing divisions of the heavens and regions they govern), 1677. 
This star map was made by Harumi Shibukawa, official astronomer to the Japanese Edo court. He was one of the first people to use a telescope in Japan after the instrument was introduced by European traders.
via Science Museum

Japanese star map. Tenmon Bun’ya no zu (map showing divisions of the heavens and regions they govern), 1677. 
This star map was made by Harumi Shibukawa, official astronomer to the Japanese Edo court. He was one of the first people to use a telescope in Japan after the instrument was introduced by European traders.
via Science Museum
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The earth is heavy and opaque without dreams. Anais Nin
(via http://www.brainpickings.org/)
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Air
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Geometrical Psychology: Benjamin Betts’s 19th-Century Mathematical Illustrations of Consciousness
(via http://www.brainpickings.org)
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1000drawings by Ed Hodgkinson
1000drawings by Ed Hodgkinson
1000drawings by Ed Hodgkinson
1000drawings by Ed Hodgkinson
1000drawings by Ed Hodgkinson
1000drawings by Ed Hodgkinson
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Everything we need is #artivismhttp://artivismproject.com/
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fastcompany:

Ulysses Is More Fun To Read As A Game
If you’ve ever read—or, more likely, tried and failed to read—James Joyce's Ulysses, you’re familiar with the sense that the swirling mass of words is deliberately taunting you with its obscurity. Ulysses can be a fun, funny book, but even the most diehard fans would acknowledge that it’s also supremely frustrating. It’s a book that always forces you to think about reading. And so goes Ariel Malka's new app, which plays on the act of reading without really being a reading app.
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Tears
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visual-poetry:
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Cut and paste | Cecilia Carlsdted