Light micrograph of a mouse embryo, approximately 10.5 days post-fertilisation by Jim Swoger. The specimen was stained with a fluorescent marker that highlights the presence of precursor cells to nerve tissue then chemically treated to make it optically transparent. (Royal Photographic Society’s exhibition)
On February 19, 1953, the State of Georgia approved the formation of the first-ever literature censorship board in the United States. It went by the misleading name of the Georgia Literature Commission, and its humble charge was to stamp out obscenity in all of the myriad and insidious forms it took in our nation’s periodicals and publications.
Travis Bedel aka Bedelgeuse is a mixed media artist who does bass music and collage art. He creates stunning collages that merge anatomical imagery with illustrations from science guides and textbooks. You can find artist’s updated posts on Tumblr or his prints available for sale on Society6.