A blog about science and art - and all the wonderful things in between.
- Source type: Blog
- On Teads since: 29/10/2010
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- Country: United Kingdom
- Language: English
In the Middle Ages the words hic sunt dracones (here be dragons) appeared on a number of maps to indicate dangerous or unexplored territories. Yet dragons are still among us, dotted all over the globe. From Europe to Asia and over to the Americas, ferocious beasts (and some a little less so…) protect our cities and temples. Here is a collection of amazing dragon statues and sculptures from around...
During the Second World War a bear was adopted by a group of Polish soldiers and quickly became accustomed to the rigors of army life. He spent years with the Polish Free Army and survived the war yet his ultimate fate was bitter-sweet to say the least. Here is his story, animated by Marianna Rackin as graduation project from Shenkar College of Engineering and Design.
Investigating a mysterious explosion in the Florida Everglades, a crop-duster named Bill discovers a lone crate that survived the wreckage. Curiosity gets the better of him and he pulls the crate unto his airboat. That's just the first in a series of decisions he learns to regret. Written and directed by Ryan Gillis , Palm Rot is excellent – a slice of science fiction which doesn’t provide all...