This piece feels really calming to me. The solitary blue melds well with the soft black and white of the rest of the piece. Even the woman's mouth echoes the tranquil rhythm of the clouds above. The symmetry of the piece adds to the overall peaceful vibe.
But shouldn't the x-ray be able to see through the adamantium? I mean, he does have bone claws under there. Either way: it looks awesome!<--- um his bones were bonded with adamantium (not under it) and you can see metal in an ex ray.
A Commonwealth Club appearance by science writer Jonah Lehrer, author of the New York Times best-seller "Imagine: How Creativity Works." He explains the science of creativity and says it is not a gift, but rather a thought process that can be learned.
This picture collage has the coolest concept. I love how this image is all black and white and then there is a colour splash on the water in the hula hoop. They have done a very good job editing this image.