15 Credibility St.

Postmodern, Preapocalyptic

hoops-loop:

What if basketball jerseys resembled football kits in regards to advertising? Well, designer Jesse Nunez decided to predict the future and created mockup versions of what could be instore for the NBA.

Here’s the breakdown of the template for each design:

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Are here are what your favorite team could be rocking in the future:

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Via Behance 

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libutron:

Squirrel Cuckoo - Piaya cayana
Piaya cayana (Cuculiformes - Cuculidae) is a large arboreal cuckoo up to 50 cm with a very long, graduated tail. This bird is commonly known as Squirrel Cuckoo due to its coloration and the fact that its movements in trees resemble those of a squirrel at first glance.
The Squirrel Cuckoo vocalizes infrequently, but has a remarkable variety of loud, distinctive calls. The species is widespread in the Neotropics, ranging from northern Mexico south to Panama; and, in South America, south west of the Andes to northwestern Peru; and, east of the Andes, south to northern Argentina.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Jeff Dyck | Locality: Taracoa, Orellano, Ecuador (2014)

libutron:

Squirrel Cuckoo - Piaya cayana

Piaya cayana (Cuculiformes - Cuculidae) is a large arboreal cuckoo up to 50 cm with a very long, graduated tail. This bird is commonly known as Squirrel Cuckoo due to its coloration and the fact that its movements in trees resemble those of a squirrel at first glance.

The Squirrel Cuckoo vocalizes infrequently, but has a remarkable variety of loud, distinctive calls. The species is widespread in the Neotropics, ranging from northern Mexico south to Panama; and, in South America, south west of the Andes to northwestern Peru; and, east of the Andes, south to northern Argentina.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Jeff Dyck | Locality: Taracoa, Orellano, Ecuador (2014)

fuckyeah-space:

cozydark:

A wormhole? A GIANT spaceship? An intergalactic disco? None, actually.
This is, believe it or not, a real photo taken by the Chandra x-ray observatory. The central object is a quasar, RX J1131-1231 (RX J1131 for short), located about 6 billion light years from Earth.
According to Chandra, "Gravitational lensing by an intervening elliptical galaxy has created four different images of the quasar, shown by the Chandra data in pink.”
It’s certainly one of the clearest images of this effect we’ve seen in a while, and one of the sparkliest!
More info at http://chandra.si.edu/photo/2014/rxj1131/

Radical.

fuckyeah-space:

cozydark:

A wormhole? A GIANT spaceship? An intergalactic disco? None, actually.

This is, believe it or not, a real photo taken by the Chandra x-ray observatory. The central object is a quasar, RX J1131-1231 (RX J1131 for short), located about 6 billion light years from Earth.

According to Chandra, "Gravitational lensing by an intervening elliptical galaxy has created four different images of the quasar, shown by the Chandra data in pink.”

It’s certainly one of the clearest images of this effect we’ve seen in a while, and one of the sparkliest!

More info at http://chandra.si.edu/photo/2014/rxj1131/

Radical.

(via thingfoundry)