Food Stylist’s Art, The Stewart, Doug Has a delectable ice-cream sundae in a magazine ad ever made your mouth water? Well, your taste buds might be in for a surprise if you could take a bite. Advertising professionals that a scoop of real ice cream melts into a goopy mess under the hot lights of […]
Tunneling Under Water Lindley, David The work was disgusting-foul, dangerous, smelly, and unhealthy. Hundreds of men toiled around the clock in a dimly lit hole in the ground, up to their knees in filthy water, digging through dirt and muck, in constant fear of floods and caveins. Evil-smelling fumes from rotting garbage and gas lamps […]
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SNOWBALL EARTH Walker, Gabrielle Picture a world entirely sheathed in ice, its oceans smothered by a freezing white blanket nearly a mile thick. Vast glaciers creep across the continents. Nothing else moves. There are no clouds, save perhaps a handful of high wispy streaks made from frozen crystals of carbon dioxide. With the temperature a […]
THAt BRUSHWORK IS ALL WROnG If you’re an imitator or a forger of famous paintings, one of the toughest things to get right is the brushwork. Brush strokes, say two seientists at Dartmouth College, are just as individual as handwriting. To prove it they’ve written a computerized art-forgery detector that separates the fake from the […]