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moving spots by Yoni Alter

Look at the adorable GIF above. What you’re seeing is nothing more than a blob of disconnected, alternating smaller blobs. So why do our brains tell us that we’re looking at a trotting Dalmatian? It’s all because of a little trick our brains are playing on us known as the Law of Closure.

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moving spots by Yoni Alter

Look at the adorable GIF above. What you’re seeing is nothing more than a blob of disconnected, alternating smaller blobs. So why do our brains tell us that we’re looking at a trotting Dalmatian? It’s all because of a little trick our brains are playing on us known as the Law of Closure.
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Bryan Berg, a Cardstacker

Bryan Berg was introduced to card-stacking by his grandfather at the age of 8. He is a self-taught artist in all of the techniques he uses today. Berg’s freestanding card structures are based on a grid-like arrangement, which Berg tested in a structural engineering lab to support 660 lbs per square foot―using no tape, no glue, no folding, and no tricks.
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Bryan Berg, a Cardstacker

Bryan Berg was introduced to card-stacking by his grandfather at the age of 8. He is a self-taught artist in all of the techniques he uses today. Berg’s freestanding card structures are based on a grid-like arrangement, which Berg tested in a structural engineering lab to support 660 lbs per square foot―using no tape, no glue, no folding, and no tricks.
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Bryan Berg, a Cardstacker

Bryan Berg was introduced to card-stacking by his grandfather at the age of 8. He is a self-taught artist in all of the techniques he uses today. Berg’s freestanding card structures are based on a grid-like arrangement, which Berg tested in a structural engineering lab to support 660 lbs per square foot―using no tape, no glue, no folding, and no tricks.
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Bryan Berg, a Cardstacker

Bryan Berg was introduced to card-stacking by his grandfather at the age of 8. He is a self-taught artist in all of the techniques he uses today. Berg’s freestanding card structures are based on a grid-like arrangement, which Berg tested in a structural engineering lab to support 660 lbs per square foot―using no tape, no glue, no folding, and no tricks.
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Type the Sky by Lisa Rienermann

Lisa Rienermann‘s wonderful project ‘Type the Sky’ is a series of photographs that form the alphabet from the shapes of the buildings seen when standing right underneath them and looking up toward the sky.
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Type the Sky by Lisa Rienermann

Lisa Rienermann‘s wonderful project ‘Type the Sky’ is a series of photographs that form the alphabet from the shapes of the buildings seen when standing right underneath them and looking up toward the sky.
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Type the Sky by Lisa Rienermann

Lisa Rienermann‘s wonderful project ‘Type the Sky’ is a series of photographs that form the alphabet from the shapes of the buildings seen when standing right underneath them and looking up toward the sky.
Zoom Info

cjwho:

Type the Sky by Lisa Rienermann

Lisa Rienermann‘s wonderful project ‘Type the Sky’ is a series of photographs that form the alphabet from the shapes of the buildings seen when standing right underneath them and looking up toward the sky.