Constellation minimalism from the always-great hydrogeneportfolio:
“I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.”
A brilliant series of minimalist typographic tributes to scientists and their discoveries. I especially like the Copernicus one :)
Artwork by Kapil Ghagat (on Tumblr at bhagatkapil)
We all know the sun is licking his lips, waiting. The galaxy is the longest of socially awkward party settings. I think I could have improved on Venus, but after about 10 faces I gave up.
It’s true. If you’re into studying the impending doom of our solar system and universe (sickos), might I remind you to check out Wikipedia’s most interesting entry: The Timeline of the Far Future.
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