Luca Cassetta

Luca Cassetta

Luca Cassetta
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Illustrator Svabhu Kohli celebrates the splendor of the natural world with intricate works of art. The multi-layered images depict the oceans and cosmos.

Illustrator Svabhu Kohli celebrates the splendor of the natural world with intricate works of art. The multi-layered images depict the oceans and cosmos.

Last goodbye by enkel dika, via Flickr

Last goodbye by enkel dika, via Flickr

25 Posters & Illustrations Using Vector Graphics | From up North

25 Posters & Illustrations Using Vector Graphics | From up North

Vector illustration inspiration | From up North

Vector illustration inspiration | From up North

These are all pretty cool. I love that realistic eyes were created with only very simple elements. It really shows the amount of character that goes into eyes by looking at each one.

These are all pretty cool. I love that realistic eyes were created with only very simple elements. It really shows the amount of character that goes into eyes by looking at each one.

THE LATE GREAT NOBODY - BloodSweatVector

THE LATE GREAT NOBODY - BloodSweatVector

Vector inspiration. But new evidence suggests a breathtaking possibility. Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory and University of Washington researchers found that the skin of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis, a color-changing cousin of octopuses, contains gene sequences usually expressed only in the light-sensing retina of the eye. In other words, cephalopods—octopuses, cuttlefish, and squid—may be able to see with their skin.

Vector inspiration. But new evidence suggests a breathtaking possibility. Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory and University of Washington researchers found that the skin of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis, a color-changing cousin of octopuses, contains gene sequences usually expressed only in the light-sensing retina of the eye. In other words, cephalopods—octopuses, cuttlefish, and squid—may be able to see with their skin.