These abstract pieces transform our favorite superheroes into multi dimensional polygons that are nothing short of awesome. The New Zealand based artist performed his polygon revamping on the likes of Superman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Batman, Hulk, Thor, Captain America and Ironman. Check out all the Polygon Heroes photos here!
Albert Einstein’s brain will go on display for the first time at an exhibition in London. The Wellcome Collection in London will display part of the scientist’s brain alongside that of Charles Babbage and two murderers William Burke and Edward Rulloff at the Mind as Matter exhibition. After his death in 1955, Einstein’s brain was divided into sections. Two sections will be featured at the Wellcome display.
The exhibition also features a 5,000-year-old skull with holes drilled through it, which shows how long humans have been performing brain surgery.
Einstein is sharing his mind.
A specimen of Nobel physicist Albert Einstein’s brain is seen in a glass slide at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London March 27, 2012. (Reuters/Chris Helgren)
Diseased brains mounted in acrylic are seen at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London March 27, 2012. (Reuters/Chris Helgren)
An anatomical model of a human head is seen at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London March 27, 2012. (Reuters/Chris Helgren)
A brain surgeon’s tool from 1941 based on an 1803 design by surgeon William Hey. (Reuters/Chris Helgren)
A laser-etched lead crystal glass artwork by Katherine Dowson entitled Memory of a Brain Malformation is seen at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London March 27, 2012. (Reuters/Chris Helgren)
A human skull with evidence of brain surgery is seen at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London March 27, 2012. (Reuters/Chris Helgren)
Electric cable attached to gauge measures brain responses. (Reuters/Chris Helgren)
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Paleo-Future is a term that refers to outdated future-visions. The house of the future featured the great conveniences of 1986. Opened in 1957 in Disneyland and closed ten years later it has become the house of the paleo-future.
Born in Aomori and brought up in Chiba, Japan. In 2001, he officially got into the world of photography when he got his first SLR camera as his old instant film camera got broken. He started his career as a sports photographer and also worked as a studio assistant and a trainee photographer to widen up his fields and the knowledge of lighting skills. After years of training, he made a contract with a Japanese publisher known as Bungeishunju as a professional photographer covering sports, portraits and still life. In 2011, he decided to move to the UK to turn freelance based in London. Tomoki’s current work concentrates on sports, especially European football such as UEFA Champions League, model shooting in a studio and street photography mainly for Japanese magazines and newspapers.