Posts Tagged ‘ Eyes ’

Look Into The Eyes Of Nicole Mejia.


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Nicole Mejia is the model from South Florida with some of the best hips and thighs in the country. This Miami native is 5’4″ and 125 lbs. of heaven and is currently studying nursing. She is relatively new to modeling but you wouldn’t know it due to her saturation of the market in South Florida working for bikini companies, fashion shows and much more.

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Your Eyes May Be Saying More About You Than You Know.


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‘What kind of image does the muslim veil return in occidental society?’ asks french designer Théo Kasperowicz ‘How can we perceive people if they’re hidden?’.  For his graphic project, Kasperowicz decided to work with the notion of the Niqab – a veil which hides the entire face except the eyes. The series of portraits have been almost completely blurred, only allowing the eyes to remain clearly visible. Although their facial features are unidentifiable, the outline of the human form is obscured yet recognizable, almost like watercolor. This treatment also seeks to echo prevalent censorship in the media, which traditionally masks the eyes of a victim or private party in order to dissimulate their identity.

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Comic Book Portraits By Sandra Chevrier


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It would be nearly impossible for comic book inspired artwork to become more popular than it currently is. Over the years we’ve seen superhero inspired everything, and it looks like the trend continues with these Comic Book Portraits by Sandra Chevrier. As an illustrator, Chevrier is constantly creating works of art, and this offering is certainly no exception.  She has used collages of superheroes like  Superman, Green Lantern and Batman to cover the faces of female portraits, leaving only the eyes or mouths exposed.

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A Telescope For Your Eye


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A group of DARPA-funded researchers have come up with a telescopic contact lens that can offer the viewer up to 2.8x zoom. Led by University of California professor Joseph Ford, the team were able to implement tightly-fitting mirror surfaces into the 1mm thick lens which, as a result, can now offer dual modality. Through the use of liquid crystals, the user can easily switch between the magnifying portion of the contact lens along the rim, or the unmagnified portion in the centre. While these new lenses are an incredible achievement, it may be a while until they become available to the consumer as the material currently used isn’t gas permeable, so the patient wouldn’t be able to wear them for extended periods of time. There are also still some issues with the quality of the zoomed image.

Larsen Sotelo


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Fashion and portraits is all he is into, but Larsen Sotelo is not your typical photographer. This self-taught artist shoots youth and fun moments. It’s not about studio, not about flashes, not about sets and fakes; It’s about fashion and portraits going down to the streets. Shooting mainly women, his portfolio is a treat for the mind and the eyes.

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Box Jellyfish


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The infamous box jellyfish developed its frighteningly powerful venom to instantly stun or kill prey, like fish and shrimp, so their struggle to escape wouldn’t damage its delicate tentacles. Their venom is considered to be among the most deadly in the world, containing toxins that attack the heart, nervous system, and skin cells. It is so overpoweringly painful, human victims have been known to go into shock and drown or die of heart failure before even reaching shore. Survivors can experience considerable pain for weeks and often have significant scarring where the tentacles made contact. Box jellies, also called sea wasps and marine stingers, live primarily in coastal waters off Northern Australia and throughout the Indo-Pacific. They are pale blue and transparent in color and get their name from the cube-like shape of their bell. Up to 15 tentacles grow from each corner of the bell and can reach 10 feet (3 meters) in length. Each tentacle has about 5,000 stinging cells, which are triggered not by touch but by the presence of a chemical on the outer layer of its prey.

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Box jellies are highly advanced among jellyfish. They have developed the ability to move rather than just drift, jetting at up to four knots through the water. They also have eyes grouped in clusters of six on the four sides of their bell. Each cluster includes a pair of eyes with a sophisticated lens, retina, iris and cornea, although without a central nervous system, scientists aren’t sure how they process what they see.

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18 Amazing Facts About the Human Body – Infographic


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